We are planning to take my kids to Disney World in August, before my oldest starts school. We have two younger kids and was wondering at what age do I have to pay for a ticket for them? Thank you.
- Asked by Andrea from FL on 3/7/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Andrea ~ I love planning a Disney trip at the end of the summer. It is a great way to share some magical memories with my boys before all the craziness of the school year begins. Children under the age...
i have hotel reservations and dining reservations as well as park reservations coming up in less than 2 weeks. it will be my daughters birthday. is there anything I can do to celebrate my daughters birthday while we are there?
- Asked by Christy from MD on 3/3/2014
Hi, Christy! Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. You’re going to have so much fun celebrating your daughter’s birthday at the Walt Disney World Resort! You can order a custom cake to be...
hi, we r debating on whether to buy dvc premium passes w/discount. Coming in Nov 2014 for sure & possibly/probably Oct 2015 for Halloween. What is weather like in oct? Not sure if we would use water park pases in Nov or Oct? want to get $$ worth!
- Asked by Michelle from OH on 3/4/2014
Hi Michelle, Thanks so much for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. My family and I have purchased Premium Annual Passes for Walt Disney World using the Disney Vacation Club discount when it has been offered. We love...
we'll be there in May,3 adult & 2 kids (10&7) for 6 Nights.Can't decide if its the best value to get the dining plan? All have big appetites & love all foods, not so much into hotdogs & "junk" food. Staying in Pop Cen, don't know
- Asked by stacy from MI on 3/5/2014
Heigh-Ho Stacy! May is one of my favorite months to visit the Walt Disney World Resort! I love the weather and the special events like Epcot's International Flower & Garden Festival and Star Wars Weekends. If I hear big appetites and love all...
We are booking our trip somewhat last minute. The princess breakfast is full except for our day of departure. We have time for breakfast before our flight leaves that afternoon. My question is- do you have to have a park ticket to attend the breakfast?
- Asked by Kyle from TX on 3/6/2014
Hi Kyle, If you are planning on dining at Cinderella's Royal Table in the Magic Kingdom or Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in Epcot, then you will need a park ticket. The good news is that adding an extra day onto a park pass is literally a few...