We will be in WDW for 8 days, 6 of them in the parks, in early April. Can you suggest some experiences that boys , ages 6,3 and 18mo, might enjoy in each of the parks.
- Asked by Steven from NY on 3/4/2014
Hi Steven, the magic is just around the corner for you and your family and I'm sure all of you are getting super excited. First is Wilderness Explorers at Disney's Animal Kingdom. This happened to be my daughter's absolute favorite... read more
Hi - We'll be visiting WDW 11/9 - 11/14 with our 4 and 7 year olds (for the 1st time). We have 5 day MYW tickets. We plan on visiting Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. Are there parks that we should plan on visiting 2 days?
- Asked by Eurica from MA on 3/5/2014
Welcome Eurica, Visiting Walt Disney World for the first time will be such an adventure and I am happy to guide you through what I think may be best for your family. Considering the ages of your children, I recommend spending two day at... read more
We will be visiting WDW 3/16-3/21.question about the parks. If we choose a park for a day, can we leave the park for lunch and rest and return to the same park a little later if we do NOT have the park hopper?
- Asked by Candice from MI on 3/5/2014
Hi Candice, Absolutely! With a base ticket, you can come and go at a single park as often as you like in a day. You just can't switch parks. Lots of guests like to be at the parks first thing in the morning, then head back to their resort for... read more
I'm bringing my 5 year old grandson to Disney next week in Orlando, what am I allowed to bring in the park for a snack or drink, that I can carry in a backpack?
- Asked by gloria from FL on 3/4/2014
Hi Gloria: My family packs a couple of snacks in our backpacks when we travel to Disney World. Traveling with toddlers, snacks are an important tool to help keep our family's energy up. Regular backpacks, waterbottles (but not glass... read more
We are taking my almost 3 year old and 6 mos old to Disney for 3 days. We are planning 2 days at MK, and I'm up in the air about the other park. Also, do we need proof she isn't 3 yet for free admission for her?
- Asked by Jill from NY on 3/3/2014
Hi Jill, There is no proof of age required for children. Children under the age of three do receive free theme parks admission and some free dining at Walt Disney World. The cast members at the parks and restaurants will take your word for it... read more