We're staying in AofA in Sep & have reg. dining plan now. I've heard qs may be offered free for that time. I have 4 kids (7,5,3,2) & I'm good at packing snacks and lunches. I want to do Chef Mickey's, CRT, T-REX also. worth doing dining plan?
- Asked by Elizabeth from IL on 3/3/2014
Hello Elizabeth! Thanks for asking me a question here on the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I'm guessing you know that my family and I love the Disney Dining Plan. We typically purchase the standard dining plan that consists of 1... read more
Can the refillable cups only be used at our Disney hotel? What can you get in the mugs? Coffee? TEa? Milk? Soft drinks?
- Asked by Kathy from MS on 3/4/2014
Hi Kathy! I have some great news for you because over the summer of 2013 Disney instituted a new refillable mug system in all the Walt Disney World Resorts, called Disney Rapid Fill. The plastic refillable mugs for this new... read more
Hi, we have just booked our 1st trip for 4- 17 Jul 2014 (5 adults, 2 children 5 & 8yrs). Could you please advise the approx. waiting time for popular attractions, and if its possible to get a table at most restaurants without a reservation? Thx
- Asked by Victoria from UK on 3/4/2014
Hello Victoria! Congratulations on your upcoming holiday to Walt Disney World. You will be visiting during our Independance Day here in America, so you can expect crowds to be higher than normal during the first portion of your trip.... read more
Our family of 4 will be visiting WDW Mar. 21-28. Do any of the outdoor theaters at DHS allow you to bring food in to the show (e.g. Beauty & The Beast or Indiana Jones)? We'd love to be able to grab lunch and enjoy it while catching a show to save tim
- Asked by Rachel from AR on 3/2/2014
Hi Rachel, Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and congratulations on your upcoming trip! Guests are permitted to bring food or drinks to Beauty and the Beast-Live on Stage and Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. One of our family's... read more
Are you allowed to bring in a backpack with waterbottles and snacks into the parks?
- Asked by Lois from WA on 3/4/2014
Hi Lois: Regular backpacks, waterbottles (but not glass containers), and snacks are permitted in the Parks. Large backpacks with or without wheels larger than 24" long x 15" wide x 18" high are not permitted in the Parks. Click on... read more