We are going to WDW in early June are are taking our 2 teenage DD. This will be their 4th trip and we try to surprise them each time with something new and different. It's getting trickier as they get older. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Peggy from TX on 1/21/2014
Hello Peggy! I can't think of anything that would make two teenage girls happier than a trip to Senses A Disney Spa at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Your girls will be thrilled to be pampered for a little bit while on... read more
I am planning a very special trip in July for myself and 16 year daughter. I want to give her a surprise invitation from Mickey to take the Magic to the Max tour at MK. Want it really special so a card attached to a balloon wont do, and suggestions how to?
- Asked by Kristi from ID on 12/27/2013
Hi Kristi ~
Sounds like you are planning a very special trip indeed! I am a huge fan of the tours at Disney and I know you and your daughter are going to have a blast. Its so much fun going backstage and seeing how all the magic comes together... read more
Ty for ur answer. Can you direct me to some activities that my 18 year old son who loves sports can do. I have things planned for my 5 year old , but don't know what to do for my son. I waa told he would enjoy Hollywood Studios. The
- Asked by Tammeka from PA on 12/12/2013
Welcome Back! I am happy to assist and thank you for the direct question.
Because your son is a sports fan, I would suggest allowing him to experience the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex where he would be able to visit... read more
My 13-year-old son is on the "Friends & Family" list of my MDE account, and I manage his "account." He wants to have control of his own account so he can make his own FP+ reservations/changes. Is this possible?
- Asked by Heather from NY on 11/5/2013
Hello, Heather! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
You will want to speak directly with the experts who are better prepared to answer any questions concerning the new FASTPASS+ feature. If allowing your son to have control of his own account... read more
I have been reading about the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. My 14 year old triplets would LOVE that, the only problem you must be 16. Is there anything similar that addresses the behind the scenes magic etc that is suitable for 14 year olds?
- Asked by holly from NH on 10/1/2013
The Keys to the Kingdom tour is pretty spectacular, as is the slightly longer Backstage Magic tour. However, both have a minimum age of 16. An alternative I would suggest is Walt Disney: Marceline to Magic Kingdom. This 2 1/2 to 3... read more