Rivers of Light is the nighttime show at Animal Kingdom, and it can be a bit tricky to figure out. Here’s some advice on the best ways to see it.
Step 5: Park Touring
Whether you are a first-time visitor or a WDW veteran, here are a few shortcuts that you might find helpful during your next trip.
Sometimes even after planning for your Disney World trip, you come up empty on a couple of FastPass+ reservations. Here are some strategies to get them.
Extra Magic Hours at Disney World are a perk available to people staying onsite at Disney World resorts, but I don’t usually recommend them. Here’s an overview.
Anna and Elsa are a HUGE draw at Disney World and a big part of why people plan their trips. Here’s info on where to find all things Frozen at Disney World.
Though Disney World is intended to be enjoyed by the whole family, some attractions have height minimums to keep kids safe. Here’s an overview.
There are several attractions at Disney World that may seem harmless, but you may find that they are a bit more than you bargained for. Here’s a list.
While the goal is to avoid standing in lines, the interactive queues of Disney World can make passing the time a bit less painful. Check out this list.
Why use the generic stroller sign given to you by Disney World when you can personalize your own? Here are several designs to choose from.
Rider Switch is Disney’s system that allows people with small children to take turns riding, and it can effectively double your FastPasses. Here’s how it works.