Can you attend a character dining without actually paying to go to the park??
- Asked by Cheyna from FL on 5/27/2008
Hi Cheyna - While certain character dinings do require park admission, the good news is that there a number of options located outside the park. Many of the resort hotels offer character dining for breakfast, lunch and... read more
Going to WDW 10/08, ds 7 & ds 4. Wondering if anyone has been to Donald's Safari at the Tusker house and how it compares to other character meals. We have many ADR's and are trying to narrow our choices down. Thanks for your help.
- Asked by Kristie from TN on 5/27/2008
I have been to the Tusker House character meal. The level of character interaction is top-notch, as it is with all character dining. The characters at this meal are Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Mickey. If any of your kids are Daisy Duck fans, this is... read more
I'll be visiting WDW this November (over Thanksgiving) with my nephews - 10, 12 and 14 years old. Is there a Character Meal they'd enjoy?? This is their first visit to WDW and we do have a dining plan!!
- Asked by Nancy from WI on 5/19/2008
Character dining for tweens and teens is a bit of a touchy subject. Many many kids in this age range have a great time at character dining experiences. There is, however, always the chance that you'll catch them in the "I'm too cool for that"... read more
We are arriving in Disney World May 31st - June 7. Is this normally a really busy time of year? We tried to make reservations at Chef Mickey's and they were completely booked. Any suggestions on what are next choice for character dining should be?
- Asked by Karinne from MI on 5/22/2008
The entire summer, from Memorial Day to mid-August, is busy at WDW. The rule of thumb is that if school is out, then the WDW parks are crowded. And beginning in late May, schools all over the country start closing for the year. As for next choice of... read more
We have a character meal reservation for 6/3 at the Royal Table at 2:00. How early do we need to arrive? I've heard that if you get there early enough, you might be able to get a window seat. But how early is early? And is a window seat better? Thanks!
- Asked by Judy from NE on 5/26/2008
Judy,A window seat is quite magical because you can glimpse some of Fantasyland including Cinderella's Golden Carousel. However most of your attention will be inside the dining room as the characters circulate the tables. Cinderella's Royal Table... read more