Is there any vacation destination that includes a surprise for loved ones more than Disney World? Get lots of ideas from WDW Prep readers who sent in their surprise stories.
Step 6: Extra Magic
One of the many great tours available at Disney World is the Family Magic Tour. Here’s a complete overview including the cost, length, recommended ages, and what you get to do.
Disney World After Hours is a private event at Magic Kingdom offered on select dates. It’s not cheap, but it might be worth it. Here’s why.
What could be more magical than celebrating a birthday at Disney World? Take a look at the list for some fun ideas on how.
Good service deserves a good tip, right? That includes Disney World where Mousekeeping makes daily visits. Here are lots of cute Mousekeeping envelopes to download for your trip.
Whether it is your 1st or 100th Disney World trip, participating in one of the tours can be an added dash of extra magic on your next trip. Here’s an overview.
A guest post and review of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique with lots of tips on making your experience fun.
PhotoPass and Memory Maker are not the same thing. Here’s info on what each one is and info to help you decide what to do during your trip.
Not all dessert parties are created equal and while expensive, it might be worth it to consider this one for your family.
Haircuts may seem like a mundane, everyday occurrence, but did you know you can get your hair cut in Magic Kingdom at Disney World? Here’s how.
One way to add extra magic during your Disney World trip is by doing Tinker Bell gifts for your children. Here’s how.
Disney World is a popular destination for honeymooners and adults-only trips (or even just date nights). Here are some ideas for some adult-only time at Disney World.
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.
In recent years, Disney World has expanded the number of premium events available for guests, and we think this one might actually be worth it.
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.