Over the course of a few years, TikTok has exploded in popularity. The app really took off in March at the beginning of shut-downs in the United States, but with the app’s major success, there has also been threats of government shutdowns. While the app appears to be saved for now, we wanted to showcase some of the best Walt Disney World TikTok videos we could find.
If the TikTok app does get taken down, some companies have begun to set themselves up in its place. Instagram is one of those with the new Reels function. We have uploaded some Reels to our account that you can see at Instagram.com/AttractionsMagazine.
A dad’s first time at Walt Disney World was the most magical experience of his life.
Disney and Star Wars come together to create a memory that will last a lifetime.
One ride effect at Disney’s Animal Kingdom hasn’t worked for years. The infamous “Disco Yeti” is what the legendary creature on Expedition Everest is known as now. The original aggressive movements of this animatronic were causing issues with the ride’s foundation, and now it has themed lighting instead to portray the illusion of movement.
Many have said that TikTok’s learning algorithms are among the best in the world for figuring out its users. It certainly does take a specific type of theme park fan to understand this video.
It doesn’t matter what app you use, everyone will always love service dog videos.
When Magic Kingdom reopened, Gaston was ready with his usual over-confidence and quick wit.
This Jungle Cruise TikTok video is one of the most popular Disney ones ever made.
The fight for the best ride at Walt Disney World never truly ends. Tell us your favorite ride in the comments.
Despite that, everyone can agree that this is, by far, the worst ride in Florida.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is one of the most popular places at Walt Disney World. This video was taken of a major fan after their first ride on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
The love for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge continues beyond the rides. Fans of Kylo Ren are eager to find him roaming Black Spire Outpost.
Kylo Ren is actually one of the most quoted film characters on the entire app.
A family captures a baby’s first favorite Disney character.
While fireworks aren’t happening right now, TikTok helps us reminisce about last year’s Halloween celebrations.
It also features a look at things yet to come, like this view of the Epcot Experience exhibit.
The Disney Parks even have their own official account.
For now, this app is here to stay, and after watching this last video, it might be time to find some tissues to dry our eyes with.
What is your favorite Disney TikTok video? Do you make videos in the parks? Let us know in the comments below.