If you stay at a Disney resort but choose to drive to the parks, do you have to pay a parking fee?
- Asked by Tina on 3/14/2013
Hi Tina! Disney resort guests receive lots of perks, and complimentary parking at the theme parks is just one of them! Your resort will give you a parking pass for your vehicle good for the length of your stay, and you won't have to pay to park at... read more
How would you recommend getting from the Gf to Epcot with 2 toddlers? (Quickest). We will have our car. Should we drive, monorail, bus, taxi? Thanks
- Asked by Sharon on 4/11/2013
Thanks for submitting another question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is in my opinion, the most elegant Resort on Disney Property, I just know you are absolutely going to love staying in... read more
We are heading to WDW in March 2014 for a week. I am a little confused as to how to plan dinners and fireworks with our 5 year old son. Transportation may be an issue as the bus rides could be long. Should we go to the expense of renting a car?
- Asked by Leah from NY on 11/1/2013
Travelling with young children is fun, especially to Disney, but it can be unpredictable. The key to a great vacation is to be flexible, but have a plan. If you are traveling in March, it's possible that you will be there during a busy... read more
we will be staying at the beach club resort. Should I drive my car to the Magic Kingdom and Fort Wilderness? I have been told it is much faster than the busses . thank you.
- Asked by rosemary on 9/7/2013
Hi Rosemary! The Beach Club resort is one of my favorite places to stay while at Walt Disney World!
I strongly suggest you do not drive to the Magic Kingdom but instead take the Disney bus. When you drive you will find that you park a long... read more
Hello. How can I return to my resort ( Port Orleans Riverside) after having dinner at Chef Mickey's and 1900 Park Fare.? My reservations are for 8:00 PM each. Thanks.
- Asked by Jorgelina on 8/30/2012
You have chosen two wonderful restaurants for dinner! You are in for a real treat. After dining at 1900 Park Fare, you can hop on the monorail at the Grand Floridian to the Magic Kingdom and hop on a... read more