Hi, I'm trying to plan our first trip to Disney World in August. I have a 15 and 18 yo daughters and I don't know where to start! Which parks should we go to? Which resort and dining places? Really overwhelming! Your help will really be appreciated
- Asked by Calista on 5/8/2013
My daughters are 14 and 20, so I hope I can help.
There are attractions at all four parks that they find especially appealing now, mostly the more thrilling rides such as Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom; Test Track at Epcot;... read more
My daughter who is 16 chose her Make a wish to Disney World. The Give Kids the World village seems extremely juvenile for her age. Thoughts? How far of a drive to the park?
- Asked by Jennifer on 5/7/2013
Hi, Jennifer! I cannot say enough wonderful, glowing things about Give Kids the World. They go out of their way to make the Village experience positive and cheerful for every child, regardless of age.
There are lots of cutesy... read more
I am planning a trip to Disney World with my children. My daughter is 18 yo but is mentally disabled. She wants to be "made a princess", do they have the dresses to fit an 18 year old?
- Asked by azure on 5/1/2013
Every girl is a princess at Walt Disney World!
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is an experience limited to guests under the age of 12. Teenagers and adults are not permitted to wear full costumes in the parks. The one exception to... read more
My youngest daughter will be celebrating her 10th birthday and my husband and I are celebrating our 18th anniversary. I'm afraid my thirteen year old daughter will feel left out of the celebrating. Any ideas to make the trip extra special for her too
- Asked by Susan on 4/28/2013
I just got back from Walt Disney World with my 13 year old, and I have one word of what makes a teen happy in WDW: SHOPPING!
Perhaps get her a gift card that she can buy something special with: a necklace, earrings, or a... read more
Can you buy wrist band gift cards at the parks or on line, at any other time besides for the food and wine festival? I thought those wrist band cards would be perfect for my grandsons - they are old enough to start exploring the parks on their own, now.
- Asked by Martha on 4/14/2013
I purchased a Disney Gift Card wrist bracelet at last fall's Epcot International Food & Wine Festival specifically so that I could enjoy the convenience of sampling the small plates without having to fumble... read more