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... read more
I read about the PhotoPass option on the website. Do you have to purchase this before your trip or can you take part in it then purchase it once youre home? If you buy it in advance how do you use it in the parks? It seems a little confusing. THANKS!
- Asked by Jessica from KY on 2/25/2008
Jessica,PhotoPass is great, but The PhotoPass CD rocks! You can literally get hundreds of PhotoPass photos on your CD while in the parks (there is no limit, except for the number of photographers you can find, and the number of pictures you... read more
Which days of the week are the least crowded by park?
- Asked by Richard from OH on 1/16/2008
There are many different points of view on which days are busier than others. That being said, in my opinion based on my own experiences with crowds the park that has the Early Magic Hours for the day is usually the most crowded. We go... read more
My family and I are staying at WDW in late January and I'm traveling with two small children and I don't plan on bringing a stroller and i would like to know about how much a day(were staying for 8 days) will stroller rental be?
- Asked by danielle from AR on 1/13/2009
Stroller rental at Walt Disney World is a little bit steep. For a single stroller, it will cost $15 per day; and for a double stroller, it will set you back $31 per day. You can get a little bit of a discount by getting a length... read more
We are going to Disney World on the 26th of January for 8 days with our three year old. Is this a good time to go, i.e. crowds etc.
- Asked by Chad from FL on 1/11/2008
If you're looking to avoid crowds, the end of January is a great time to visit WDW. Also early February is good until you approach President's week when the crowds pick up again. read more