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Disney Fan Travels Globe to Visit Every Disney Theme Park in 75 Hours

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

It’s not uncommon to hear of guests traveling cross-country to visit Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort in the same day – but one super fan just took visiting Disney theme parks to the next level. Christopher Wing successfully sped through time zones on planes and trains to visit every Disney park in the world in less than 80 hours (which very well may be a record).

Christopher started his epic Disney Parks adventure with Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride at Disneyland Resort and then hopped on a red-eye flight to the Walt Disney World Resort before traveling to Paris and every other Disney theme park.

Christopher completed his journey around the world, visiting every Disney park in just 75 hours. Here’s how he did it:

Disneyland Resort
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Walt Disney World Resort
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Disneyland Paris
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Hong Kong Disneyland
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Tokyo Disney Resort
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Disneyland Resort

At the end of his trip, Christopher was already thinking of another epic Disney adventure. “Mentally, I’m not sure what time zone I’m in – but I’m still very excited and very happy to be back home at Disneyland,” Christopher said. “Now, I’m really looking forward to Shanghai Disneyland and the next Disney adventure.”

Comments

  • This is extremely lovely,especially for the big fun as me.
    I am also looking forward to entering the new disneyland in Shanghai.
    Every disneyland offer me different fantasy surprise.

  • The only problem with this schedule is that you don’t get to spend much time in any of these wonderful parks. It is amazing that he was actually able to make this happen though. What an adventure!

  • Omg that’s awesome. I have been to Disneyland Paris 17 times, Florida 3 times and the Disney cruise to the Bahamas once. Making my first trip to California Disneyland in December and super excited. Wish they would build a Disney park in Scotland X

  • That is s cool!!!

  • That’s awesome! If I wasn’t happily married-I’d say I found someone that matches my passion for all things Disney! Can’t wait to hear about the next adventure with all the parks and Shanghai!

  • Thanks to everyone who followed along on my journey! This definitely wasn’t a vacation; it was an adventure, a race against time that involved a lot of planning and logistical puzzle solving. Luckily, I have been to the parks in years past where I had multiple days to experience everything and soak up the incredible atmosphere. Even so, it was hard for me to leave a lot of the parks on this trip, and there were a few times I had to literally run for trains and flights. And, as I say at the end of the video, I’m excited to see Shanghai after it opens in June. There are a lot more stories from the trip to tell! You can find me online by my username. Thanks again!

  • Wow!! Amazing trip!! When I did this in 2007 I did it over 2 weeks which was exhausting enough!

    Mine went like this:
    Walt Disney World Resort
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    Disneyland Resort
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    Tokyo Disney Resort
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    Hong Kong Disneyland
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    Disneyland Paris
    -to-
    Home (England!!)

    Definitely a trip of a lifetime! 😀

  • Christopher will be sharing more details about the nuts and bolts of his trip on a popular fan-operated Disneyland-focused podcast this Monday. It’s an amazing achievement!

  • Wow, what a great adventure. It’s Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days brought into the 21st Century with a Disney twist.

  • Didn’t visit Shanghai Disney Resort though!

  • does a trip around the globe to go to all this disney parks…. doesn’t wait a month to include the newest disney park.. missed marketing opportunity.

  • I get it. It was a challenge. He had the means, and the desire to go around the world with Disney, and he did it. Good for him!

  • Congratulations Chris! All of your planning and excel spreadsheets paid off. You are a true “Disney Nerd” as we joke, and now we just need to wait for Shanghai to open. Looking forward to your other videos about the trip.

  • And is there any chance those of you who can actually afford trips like this would be willing to adopt a young-at-heart, well-behaved 48-year-old and take me…er, him with you next time? 🙂

  • Good for him but I REALLY don’t see the point of doing that! I’ll see every Disney Park on Earth including the cruise this year and since I’ll spend more then 3 days ( Not 3 hrs) in every place I think that makes the experience much more worth it! Disney is too much about details to claim you saw a park if you spent less then a day there…

  • We took our time and hit WDW Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, California Adventure, Disneyland California, Tokyo Disneyland, Disney Sea Park, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hollywood Studio in Paris, and Disneyland Paris in 17 days

  • I went to every Disney park within a period of six months last year, spent a WEEK in each place, and this year we are doing them all again, PLUS Shanghai. Do I get to be on the parks blog?…

  • Not to bash his experience, but how could he possibly even get a feel for the parks in 75 hours? You would barely have enough time to get off the plane and back on again!

  • I’ve thought way to much about this starting on my flight home from HKD.

    With support from a friendly airline and fast track through customs i think it would be possible tondo all of the current parks in a day

    starting in Tokyo at rope drop, heading to Hong Kong , on to Paris and the rounding out the day in the two us parks.

    I’m sure Richard Branson would lend us a plane for the attempt.

  • Is there any chance that there is a longer video with some more details on the logistics & cost of this adventure/

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