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There’s nothing more American than spending your Fourth of July outdoors barbecuing and hanging with friends and family. But if you happen to be spending Independence Day at Walt Disney World ® you can still fit in some patriotism at some pretty American rides, restaurants and attractions. Here are Orlando Fun Tickets Top American Spots at Walt Disney World ®.

Test Trek – Epcot ® - Test drive the Great American Car in this virtual simulation experience that takes riders into a state-of-the-art facility, past eye-opening exhibits highlighting the innovation and technology of Chevrolet and inside the Chevrolet Design Center. You’ll even be able to get into the American spirit by designing your own virtual custom concept vehicle.

The American Adventure – Epcot ® - Take a walk inside America’s illustrious past and into our boundless future through this Audio-Animatronics, film and music attraction. Benjamin Franklin and Mark Twain are your guides on this incredible journey that takes you through the nation’s history. Along the way you’ll experience 35 Audio-animatronics figures, projection film footage and patriotic songs and learn more about the Boston Tea Party, the penning of the Declaration of Independence, the Civil War, the Great Depression and more. You’ll also meet such luminaries as Susan B. Anthony, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Jefferson, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and more.

Hall of Presidents – Magic Kingdom ® - Take an adventure with America’s 44 Presidents at this all-American attraction. From the moment you step into the theater you’ll be bombarded with Presidential portraits and memorabilia including the display of First Lady Dresses. Once inside the theater you’ll watch a short film narrated by Morgan Freeman that tells the story of the struggles USA faced to find a national identity. Then Abraham Lincoln appears and delivers the Gettysburg Address. Audio-Animatronics of FDR, JFK, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are shown and at the end the curtain rises and you see all of the Presidents in a rousing finale that is sure to put you in a patriotic mood!

50’s Prime Time Cafe – Hollywood Studios ® - Enjoy all-American classics at this 50’s inspired restaurant. Family gatherings have never tasted so good as you walk into this all-American eatery themed after Mom’s kitchen. Complete with Formica chairs, black-and-white TVs, and red and white checkered floors, 50’s Prime Time Café serves up old-fashioned pot roast, Aunt Liz’s golden fried chicken and so much more for a classic American dining experience.

Main Street U.S.A. – Magic Kingdom ® - Nothing screams America more than Main Street U.S.A. The second you emerge from the under the Walt Disney World Railroad you’ll step into the turn-of-the-century town where horse drawn trolleys, fire engines, omnibuses, jitneys and horseless carriages roam the streets and the Mayor of Main Street U.S.A, the Dapper Dans Barber Shop Qaurtet and many more performers entertain throughout the day.

Splitzville – Downtown Disney – America’s pastime may be baseball but at Walt Disney World ® it’s bowling. That’s because Splitsville brings the entire family together for a day or night of luxury bowling inside 50,000 square-feet of retro décor. Splitsville spans two floors with 30 bowling lanes, live music, pool tables, merchandise shop and so much more.