We will be at Disney for 8 days in early Feb with boys ages 5 & 7. We have been several times in the last few years, but this will be our longest trip. Can you recommend some "off the beaten path" activities that we may not have experienced i
- Asked by Allison from AL on 12/28/2011
Our boys are just about the same ages as yours, and we tried something new for the first time on our last trip...The Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage! You start off at Disney's Contemporary Resort to check-in and receive your...
My kids are 4,8 and 10. What are the "DO NOT MISS" theme parks? Since this is their first time to Disney.
- Asked by ann marie from CT on 1/29/2008
Hi Ann Marie! You don't mention how long you will be in the World; but if you have enough time, I think you should visit all four of the major Walt Disney theme parks. I think everyone imagines the Magic Kingdom in their initial...
We're coming back for our daughter's 7th visit. She'll be turning 13. I'm trying to think of some new things suited to her age. She loves Disney but I want to keep it fresh and still a magical experience at 13. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Candace from AL on 3/3/2012
The Walt Disney World Resort is such a magical place to commemorate special occasions! She will absolutely love celebrating her 13th birthday Disney-style! Here are some ideas to consider:
Book reservations for a...
We're planning our first trip to WDW in the beginning of March with a 5 year old boy, 3 year old girl and 9 month old girl. Is this a good time to go?(i.e., crowds) We were thinking of staying in Magic Kingdom and what is the weather typically like?
- Asked by Denise from NJ on 1/23/2008
Hi Denise,I think you are off to a great start planning a super-duper trip! By going in the beginning of March, I believe you will be missing most of the March/Spring break kids (so hopefully not too crowded!), plus the weather should be...
If we want to "hop" from one park to another, is that pretty easy to do? We are thinking of spending the morning at MK and then the evening at HS-how would we do that? Are there any parks that are more difficult to get from 1 to another? Thx!
- Asked by Rhonda from MN on 4/11/2008
Park hopping is easy! There is plentiful, free transportation between all the Disney parks. The mode of transportation between each of the parks is a bit different, but it's simple once you get the hang of it. There are info stands near the...