We have breakfast reservations at several parks during our trip that occur before the parks open. How do we get in early? In some cases, we have 8am bfast, when the park doesn't open til 9, so we want in at least 7:45 to be able to snap a couple pics....
- Asked by Brenda from MN on 1/29/2014
Hi Brenda, One of the many reasons to book an early morning breakfast reservation is the ability to take amazing photos before the park officially opens for the day! What a special experience to be one of the only guests walking down Main Street... read more
We went to WDW 3 yrs ago, but my boys were too young for character photos. This year at 5 1/2 and 3 1/2 they will want to meet their favorites. Any tips on the best time to meet our favorites (Mickey, Buzz, etc) w/o standing in lines for 30min or longer?
- Asked by Jamie from AL on 1/24/2014
Hi Jamie, Given the ages of your kids, I agree that you'll likely be greeting lots of the characters. While there are definitely cases where you'll be waiting in lines, there are some things you can do to minimize wait times. First, I'd... read more
My kid will be 7 when we go. In general (everyone is different) are there any parks that are geared for older kids that he may not enjoy as much? I’d rather go back to one he really likes several times than go somewhere he would be lukewarm about...
- Asked by Steven from NJ on 1/25/2014
Hi Steven: I agree that every family is different, so there are probably at least four different answers to your question. But I’m always happy to give my opinion. I have two boys, ages 8 and 6, who have been traveling to Disney... read more
If I book a WDW trip including 6 days of park tickets prior to arrival and once at WDW I need to add 1 more day of park tickets, do I pay the price of a 7th day ticket or do I go back to the start and pay the price of a 1 days ticket? Thx moms.
- Asked by Roxanne from AB on 1/25/2014
Hi Roxanne, If you purchase a 6 day park ticket in advance and decide to add one more day while you are there, as long as you do so before you use the 6th day, you can pay the incremental price difference. Essentially, once you activate that... read more
I will be taking my kids (5 and 8) to WDW a few days before my husband joins us. Does anyone have tips or tricks specifically for experiencing the Magic with kids without another adult? Does child swap still work (8 Year old wants to try the mountains)?
- Asked by Lorelei from TX on 1/22/2014
Hi Lorelei! You are going to really enjoy spending some Mommy-only time in Walt Disney World with your kids. I have done this on several occasions and treated it like "date-time" with Mom. Unfortunately the "Rider Switch" program... read more