One of the most fun parts of planning a Disney World trip is all of the chances to get creative. Here are some Disney World-themed luggage tags you can print.
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While Epcot is renowned for all of these things, one of the best things you can do while visiting is enjoying a meal at the Garden Grill at The Land. Here’s why.
There are lots of perks to staying offsite during Disney World trips, and we have some tips on doing that for you today. I also have a quick tip about a handy new app feature.
Memory Maker is an optional add-on to Disney World trips. Here are details about how it works, what’s included, who should buy it, and how to save money by pre-purchasing it.
There are several WDW resorts that you could choose for your trip. Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons of every Disney World resort.
If you’re staying on-site at Disney World, you have the option to add a Disney Dining Plan to your reservation. Here’s how you can figure out if it makes sense for you.
Sure, Disney World’s slogan is “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” but you can do even more to spoil your kids make your trip more special. Here are some ideas.
People who plan their park touring wait in fewer lines and get to ride many more rides than those who don’t. Here are some strategies for getting the most out of your time in the parks.
Now that you’ve made a daily plan, it’s time to figure out where you’ll be eating. Every single eating establishment in Disney World is listed at the link below. For each day of your trip, figure out where you’ll be and make dining plans around that. If you’re using the Disney Dining Plan, have a rough plan where you might use your snack, counter service and table service credits. For any table service restaurants you want to eat at, make the reservations as soon as you can (up to 6 months in advance). You can make reservations online or by
So now that you’ve got your dates and the place you’ll stay, what will you do each day of your trip? There are 4 major parks, 2 water parks plus many other activities that you could choose. Let’s start with how many days you should plan to spend in each park.