For most of our party this will be the trip of a lifetime! So, I am wondering if the characters are allowed to pass a small gift, to a guest they are greeting, passed through their handler? Thanks for keeping the magic alive!
- Asked by Rachel from OK on 1/5/2012
Yes...if you hand a small gift to the character escort they can accommodate the transfer to the end recipient. What a great way to surprise someone!
Have a great and magical time!
Carrie read more
Good Evening, I am having a family reunion with up to 250 people, and would like to include the park in our activities. I was wondering if there is a group rate or package that would accommodate us. I don't know if this helps but it is July/Aug 2012.
- Asked by latasha from FL on 10/6/2011
That is a large group! I recently traveled with a group of 99 and I thought that was big!
Your best bet for this will be to call Disney's group reservations line to discuss the options they have for you. Each group is different... read more
We are having a large family gathering of 20 people. Some which have never met. We are looking for open areas to be able to introduce new babies to grandparents. We are wondering what you would recommend as meeting places?
- Asked by thomas from NY on 10/2/2011
Congratulations on your upcoming gathering at WDW.
I can think of a few locations that may help in your reunion.
At the Wilderness Lodge, there is a balcony on the second floor facing the front of the resort that is usually very... read more
Hi, I'm hosting our family reunion next Summer (4th of July weekend!) and we're looking for a place to have a meal with all of us together - approximately 45 people! Is there anywhere on Disney property that we can eat together? Price is no problem!
- Asked by Emily from GA on 9/23/2011
You can definitely do this! However, it's difficult doing this via the online system as you can't make a single reservation for that many people. I recommend working with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner or calling... read more
We have tickets for MVMCP on Dec 16th. Bringing my 85 year old Mom in a wheelchair for her first WDW trip. Where's the best place to be for her to see the Parade and Holiday Wishes performance? There will be a total of 9 of us. Any other tips?
- Asked by DENISE from PA on 9/21/2011
The best place to watch the parade is at the end of Main Street right next to the large Christmas Tree in Town Square. There will also actually be a place reserved for guests in wheelchairs right next to there. It's a great... read more