Wide World is a board game published by Parker Brothers, a subsidiary of Hasbro. The players a dealt a number of Destination cards. When a destination is visited then the player takes two Product cards, which are either worth 1 or 2 points. The player who visits all his destinations first then returns home is awarded an extra 5 points then the player with the most points wins.
To get to their destinations, the players roll a die then move the number of squares shown. The players are not required to land on their destinations exactly (if they are 3 squares away then they can land on their destination if they roll a 5 for example). If a player lands on a red spot on the board, they must take a Travel Agent card. These cards may move the player around the board, allow them another turn and other actions.
In later versions of the game, a "Weather Vane" was added. It was a plastic sheet which covered a quarter of the board and when a six is rolled, it moves, taking any player on it to a different part of the board.