I am visiting WDW in early September with DH and 2 kids ages 5 and 8. Would you recommend going to the Magic Hours and then doing another park because of crowds or just staying put? I wonder about wasting time going from park to park in one day
- Asked by stephanie from ON on 4/17/2008
Hi Stephanie,What you described - taking advantage of Extra Magic Hours in the morning and then park hopping - is what we do trip after trip; we believe this is one of the best strategies for avoiding crowds and lines. Often, we do stay at the... read more
My family and I plan on visiting Disney in early November. Does anyone know when the calendar of park hours will be available so I can make dinner ressies and my park schedule?
- Asked by Alicia from NH on 4/28/2008
The calendars are released approximately 6 months in advance, so look for November park hours to be released around the first of June or even near the end of May. Happy planning! read more
Regarding EMH, if a park has evening EMH, can you be at a different park during the day and then travel over to the EMH park and still get in @ closing? Or do you have to be there 2 hours before the park closes? We're staying at BWV w/ Park Hopper.
- Asked by Jamie from PA on 4/27/2008
As long as you have a valid Magic Your Way ticket with park hopper, then you can tour a different park during the day before hopping to the park with Extra Magic Hours that evening. You will not have to be in the Extra Magic Hour park prior to... read more
Can you use the single rider line if you are passing off children from one parent to the other between rides? Thanks for all the help!
- Asked by Jennifer from TX on 4/13/2008
Jennifer,You sure can! On a ride like Test Track, ask the cast member at the entrance for a baby swap pass. The first rider can go through the singles line, and when they return you can switch off and use the pass to enter the fastpass... read more
Hi, My son has a Schwinn Safari double jogging stroller that he plans on bringing for his two kids next week. I've seen in some other answers that some visitors use double jogging strollers. is this ok for the parks and transportation (collapsed).
- Asked by Ellen from LA on 4/22/2008
Ellen,The Disney web site has a helpful FAQ page which lists, toward the end, all of the items that cannot be brought into the parks. It includes "strollers larger than 36" by 52" as being prohibited. If your stroller is within these... read more