Packing for Walt Disney World can be a lot of fun because there are so many ways to personalize your vacation. I will admit in the week before we leave for a big family vacation things tend to get chaotic. For our next vacation I want to work on enjoying the packing process a little more and see it as another way to get excited about our vacation. This list includes some essential but also fun packing tips for Disney World that will help you get excited and prepared for your next Disney vacation.
When planning a Walt Disney World vacation there is one important step that can save you waiting in lines and missing out on your favorite attractions. That step is planning your Fastpass reservations. When planning your FastPass reservations there are 5 fastpass tips I want to share. They are understanding how FastPass works, setting up your My Disney Experience, understanding the FastPass Tiers, having a plan, and finally making your FastPass reservations.
I started blogging to share and inspire families to connect more with their families through travel and everyday life adventures. What I never expected was that I would be inspired as well. This year I have the incredible opportunity to make a personal dream come true by attending the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. Not only is this an amazing adventure for my family, but it is an inside look at Walt Disney World and I can’t wait to share it with you.
One of my best tips for visiting Walt Disney World is to plan a rest day. With so many Disney World activities to choose from, a rest day (or non-park) day can be filled with relaxation and a lot of Disney magic. Try one of these Disney World activities on your next visit to and give yourself a day of Disney magic without stepping foot inside a park.
Making reservations for FastPass at Magic Kingdom can feel overwhelming because there are so many options. How do you know which attractions to choose? What rides have the longest wait times? What rides run out of FastPass quickly? With a little planning and research you can be prepared for your FastPass at Magic Kingdom reservations and start having a magical Disney day.
Walt Disney World may be in the middle of Florida but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some island life. ‘Ohana Character Breakfast at Walt Disney World is a family style character dining experience located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It has a Hawaiian theme and focuses around the Lilo & Stich movie. I was so happy we added this to our Disney vacation. We loved it and had a great time enjoying the food and meeting the characters at the ‘Ohana character breakfast.
With over 30 different on-site Walt Disney World resorts, it can be difficult to find the right one for your family. If you have a family of 5 or more it becomes even more complicated to stay within a budget and find a room that fits your family. I’ve looked at many WDW resorts for our family of 5 and came up with this list of my 5 favorite Disney World accommodations for large families.
Making the decision to stay on-site or off-site when visiting Walt Disney World can leave people with their heads spinning. There are so many options and pros & cons to weigh. When we visit we really enjoy all the perks of staying on-site at Walt Disney World. Need some convincing? Read on for 7 magical reasons to stay on-site at Walt Disney World.
Disney Jedi Training at Hollywood Studios is a fun interactive Star Wars experience. On our last visit to Walt Disney World we had the opportunity to participate in the Jedi Training Academy. It is open to all visitors at Disney Hollywood Studios with an admission ticket. This was one of my kids favorite activities from our visit to Disney World and they are still talking about it. If you have a Star Wars fan in the family I highly suggest you add Jedi Training Academy to your must see list. It is a mix of show and interactive experience that your entire family will enjoy!
Planning your first Walt Disney World visit can be overwhelming. There are so many decisions to be made and dates to remember. I actually love the planning part but it takes a lot of research. For me planning a Walt Disney World vacation is part of the fun of going on a Walt Disney World vacation. To help make it a little easier I am sharing my 6 best Disney World tips for first timers.