Magic Kingdom is the most popular of all of the parks and also has the most attractions. You’ll need a good touring plan to avoid long lines. Here’s how.
Step 5: Park Touring
Epcot has gotten trickier to tour with the opening of a major new attraction. Here’s some advice for how to make the most of your Epcot time without long lines.
With a whole new land available at Animal Kingdom plus a nighttime show, touring Animal Kingdom is a bit tricky. Here’s how to do it without long waits.
Hollywood Studios is going through lots of changes, and it’s become more important than ever to have good touring plans and FastPass+ reservations. Here’s how.
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.
Navigating the My Disney Experience system can be confusing, so here’s an overview on how to use it to get and change your FastPass+ reservations.
You’re prepping for a trip and remembering all of the basic items to pack, but what items should you include for your park touring bag? Here are some ideas.
Extra Magic Hours are a perk of staying on-site in a Disney World resort but they might not always make sense for you. Today, I have info on the best use of Extra Magic Hours and situations where they make sense. I also have a quick tip of the day on using microwaves at your on-site resort.
The Food and Wine Festival is held at Epcot every fall for several weeks and includes special events, food booths , celebrity chefs and more. Here’s an overview.
(Article last updated: April 13, 2016) Soooo…let’s say you’ve read lots of planning advice and your reaction was “WTH?! I’m on vacation. I don’t want to do all of that.” While that will never be me on a Disney World trip (I think it’s fun to spend months putting together a plan and then get up early to see the parks open), I can respect that there are many styles of vacations. Here are my ideas on how to have a more laid back Disney World trip…