When you think of heading to a Disney theme park for a family vacation, you probably think about heading to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, or Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, right? In fact, there are actually 12 Disney theme parks around the world. In addition to the two parks in California and the four in Florida, Disney has two parks in Tokyo, two in Paris, one in Hong Kong, and one in Shanghai. While some rides — like “it’s a small world” and some variation of The Haunted Mansion — are staples across continents, there are some rides that you’ll have to travel a long, long way to experience. Unless, of course, these rides come to the American parks.
11 International Disney Park Rides We Want in America Gallery
Some of the marquee attractions from Disney parks around the globe are already on their way to the U.S. In 2017, Disney announced that Ratatouille from Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris will be coming to Epcot and the thrilling Tron Lightcycle Power Run from Shanghai Disneyland is on its way to Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom.