We will be visiting Disney in October and hope to attend Mickey's not so scary Halloween, if we want to spend the day at the park then attend the Halloween party, do we buy two separate tickets? One for the day then one for the party?
- Asked by Danielle on 7/18/2013
The short answer is, yes!
Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is a separate, "hard ticket" event that occurs after the park has closed to regular guests for the day. It requires a separate, paid admission, but it is so worth it!... read more
We will be traveling to WDW for our 1st trip and a family reunion over Easter. We have 2 boys with Autism. They will be 12 & 9. What are the must do rides? Do you recommend the character dining? They are both picky eaters. Will it be a waste of mo
- Asked by Cristal on 6/10/2013
Hi Cristal! Easter weeks at Walt Disney World tend to be some of the most crowded times so please be aware of that before you head out to the parks. Attraction lines will be longer then normal so being prepared will make all the difference in... read more
Hi, We will be traveling with our 3 boys in early October. I want to get the most out of the character experience for the boys, in particular they have been asking for Daisy and Pete. Is Pete's Silly Sideshow open daily and is it a show or a meet & gre
- Asked by Joanna from PA on 9/19/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Joanna!
Traveling to Disney World with boys is great fun!!
Pete's Silly Sideshow is an indoor character meet and greet location and can be found in the Storybook Circus area of Fantasyland. It is... read more
I am coming to DisneyWorld in October and only staying for 2 days. Any suggestions on exploring Magic Kindom park with a newborn (3 months), a 4 & 6 year old? Thank you in advance.
- Asked by Melissa from NV on 9/17/2012
Hi, Melissa! I would put together a game plan before you go, and make a list of things that are must do attractions for your family. Tackle those first, or visit the Fast Pass kiosk if you have an attraction that uses them. The... read more
Thinking about a day trip to the Magic Kingdom, have a family member that is ill, is there any kind of "hospitality house" in the park, where he can go to rest while the rest of us can continue on?
- Asked by glc from FL on 9/10/2012
Unfortunately there is no hospitality house in the park. There are a number of cool, indoor attractions which are very relaxing (Hall of Presidents, Carousel of Progress), but these are only about 15-20 minutes in duration and are not... read more