Visiting a Disney park or two is one of the most magical experiences possible—at least in our humble Disney-obsessed opinions. But that doesn’t mean it’s cheap (especially with ticket prices regularly increasing). In fact, the website GOBankingRates recently calculated how much it would cost to go to every Disney park on Earth…and it ain’t cheap.
GOBankingRates worked out the cost of a 13-day trip that includes 12 Disney parks and two Disney water parks around the globe. The site’s estimate only includes admission to the parks and the costs of booking a hotel, meaning that airfare, transportation, and most food costs will add a lot more to this hypothetical. Also, because ticket prices vary based on when you go, the website used peak season, Single Ticket prices to reach the total.
So, just how much would this epic adventure cost (again, for a single person, during peak rates, with meals only factored in for some parks)?
The grand total comes out to $6,936.
That includes visits to all parks in Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Shanghai Disney Resort, Tokyo Disney Resort, Hong Kong Disney Resort, and Disneyland Paris Resort. The numbers for Walt Disney World include meals and airport transfers, while the figures for Disneyland Resort include transportation to and from your hotel. Still, we could buy a lot of Dole Whip for that much money.
When you consider the fact that jetting around the globe is going to add even more on top of the GOBankingRates estimate, this dream Disney trip feels less like a reality and more like a wish upon a star. The good news is that visiting one of the U.S. Disney parks is way more affordable, so for now we’ll just keep things domestic.