These Disney Locations Are Among the Most Instagrammed Places in the World

The world needs no further proof Disney is beloved. Disney claims four of the most-Instagrammed locations on the app’s annual Year in Review. Ahead, find out which Disney attractions people love to snap pictures of the most.

Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Disneyland takes the No. 5 spot on Instagram’s list. Disneyland in Tokyo has many attractions that are worthy of any Instagram post. There’s Dumbo The Flying Elephant, Cinderella’s Fairy Tale Hall, and Alice’s Tea Party to name a few. Each attraction is filled with vibrant colors, perfect for a magical photo op.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando, Fla.

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The Magic Kingdom is among the most Instagrammed places. | Mark Ashman/Disney Parks via Getty Images

The original Disney park attraction claims the no. 6 spot. The castle with the blue accents is no doubt a favorite among Disney fans. The Magic Kingdom is arguably the most iconic Disney landmark behind mouse ears. It makes sense the Magic Kingdom is the “money shot” for anyone with an Instagram account and a love for Disney.

Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif.

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Visitors photograph Disneyland the most. | Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Disneyland in California claims the no. 1 spot. People who visit Disneyland are the most snap-happy. “I know it’s smaller that [than] the others but it has kept it’s original charm,” TripAdvisor reviewer, AliG7127 says. The charm of Disneyland is sure to contribute to visitors taking more photos and sharing them on Instagram.

Disney California Adventure Park, Anaheim, Calif.

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Celebrities like Disney’s Adventure Park too. | Paul Hiffmeyer/Disney via Getty Images

Disney in Anaheim takes two spots on Instagram’s annual list. Adventure Park took the no. 9 spot. This is the newest addition to the resort, which opened in 2001, according House Beautiful. Adventure Park is clearly a fan favorite being the newest addition to Disney’s repertoire and making Instagram’s list 16 years after opening.

Parks get millions of visitors

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Millions of people visit Disney parks annually. | Meinzahn/iStock/Getty Images

Millions of people visit Disney parks every year. Approximately 20.4 million people visited Disney’s Magic Kingdom in 2016, according to Disney News. Of the millions who flock to Disney, many visitors will likely post at least one photo from their time at the Happiest Place on Earth. After all, who wouldn’t want to share a happy, fun photo on Instagram?

Celebrities contribute to Disney’s Instagram standings

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Grande is celebrating her 21st birthday with dozens of family and friends at Walt Disney World. | Chloe Rice/Disney Parks via Getty Images

We know celebrities love Disney just as much as anyone who isn’t in the spotlight. They post Instagram photos from trips to Disney just like us. Ciara shared an Instagram video of herself and her son at Disneyland. Vanessa Hudgens shared a group shot complete with mouse ears on her feed. These are only two examples of celebrities who promote Disney on their Instagram accounts, no doubt inspiring their followers to take part in the Disney magic.

Disney knows how to use Instagram effectively

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Disney has millions of Instagram followers. | EnchantedFairy/iStock/Getty Images

Each Disney park that made Instagram’s list has their own Instagram page. Not only do they have their own page but they have amassed quite a following. For instance, Disneyland has 6.1 million Instagram followers while Walt Disney World has 6.2 million followers. Quickly scrolling through both pages explains why Disney is such a popular place to photograph — it’s magical!

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