I like to carry all of my "stuff" on me but for many people, a locker makes a lot more sense. Maybe you have a small cooler or you want to store an extra change of clothes or a costume for your little one's Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique reservation. Whatever the reason, if you're wondering if Disney World has lockers, you're in luck: Of course there are lockers! Disney thinks of EVERYTHING!
If you are a regular at a local theme park or if you go to lots of sporting events you may be used to seeing signs that outside food and drinks are prohibited. But guess what? You CAN bring food and drink into the parks at Disney World! And, there are so many reasons why this might make sense for you.
The Halloween and Christmas parties at Magic Kingdom are extremely popular but you may be having a tough time trying to decide just which one you're going to pick to attend. But, what if you didn't have to choose? What if you could see both Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) AND Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) plus the Food & Wine festival over at Epcot all on the same trip? You can! The key is to be there for the very last Halloween party and the very first Christmas party. Amazingly, there is generally only about a weeks turnaround for the Cast Members to switch out all indications of fall with Magic Kingdom's iconic Christmas decorations. So - if you have a trip that is lasting a week, you'll be able to hit up both parties! The rest of the parks (and resorts) will start their transformations to Christmas around this time, too, however, Magic Kingdom is generally done first. Read more about Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Read more about Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Read more about the International Food and Wine Festival at Epcot
Most people that visit the Walt Disney World Resort make time at least once during their trip to see the fireworks at Magic Kingdom. But, how early should you snag a spot for the fireworks at Magic Kingdom?
There are several special ticketed events offered at Walt Disney World throughout the year. One of these events is the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom. These parties are offered several nights in August, September, and October and feature guests dressing up in costume, trick-or-treating, and other special activities that are only offered during the party. One of the special activities offered during the party is the Hallowishes Fireworks Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace. This event costs extra to attend (on top of the cost of the Halloween party ticket). So, is it worth it to pay the extra to attend the Hallowishes Fireworks Dessert Party? Probably not.
If you are new to Disney World or if you haven't ever paid much attention to Disney's PhotoPass service you may be thinking that a "Magic Shot" is when somebody at Epcot (over the age of 21, of course) consumes a bit of alcohol out of one of those containers they market as "toothpick holders". That my friends is just a plain ol' "shot". Yes, you may be drinking it at Disney World but it's still just called a "shot". OR - maybe you think it has something to do with a bunny rabbit and a person waving a wand over a top hat. But that is just "magic". A "Magic Shot" is something totally different. But just what are Magic Shots at Disney World and where can you find them?
People traveling to Disney World in November and December often wonder which party date to attend for the lowest crowds. Here's some advice to help you plan...
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom is, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated events every year. Starting in August, guests attending the party are invited to celebrate Halloween Disney-style, complete with costumes. But, wearing a costume to a theme park in the middle of Florida brings its own unique set of challenges. To help out, we've put together our list of our favorite tips for planning your Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party costumes.
Just like any other public venue there are definitely things you can (and cannot) bring into Disney World. Some of the items in the list below probably seem self-explanatory but there are a few items that you may find a bit surprising. So if you find yourself asking "What can I bring into Disney World" you'll definitely want to keep reading.
If you are planning a trip to Disney World to see the Christmas decorations you may be wondering when those decorations actually go up! The good news is that it is earlier than you might think...
I wish I could tell you how many times a week we get asked this question. And that makes total sense because the process for booking dessert parties has gotten pretty confusing in recent years. Disney publicizes that the dessert parties open up for booking at 180 days (like dining reservations) and while that may be true sometimes, it definitely isn't true ALL of the time. In fact, more often than not you'll find that those pesky dessert parties don't open up at 180 days. Or even at 90 days. Sometimes they don't even open up at 60 days. And, there really isn't any rhyme or reason to it. Well, at least not to "us" non-Disney employed folks there isn't.
I absolutely love all things Christmas, including the decorations. But, come the day after Christmas I'm usually ready to get my house back in order so it isn't unusual to find me boxing stuff up on December 26th. Disney isn't quite as fast at taking their decorations down, but they aren't too far behind. So, just when do they take the decorations down at Disney World?
At the D23 Expo in 2017 Disney dropped the bombshell that they were adding an exciting new attraction to Magic Kingdom: a TRON coaster-style ride. But, just when will the new TRON coaster be open at Disney World?
People attending Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party often want to know the best day to buy tickets so they can experience the least amount of crowds. Here are some guidelines to help you plan: Tuesdays are usually the least crowded party days The early parties are way less crowded than the later parties (so August and September Halloween parties will be much less crowded than October dates) The only exception to that is that sometimes the very first party is busy as locals and media types attend to get the scoop on party events Be sure to get the details of the parties so that you can maximize your party time. Guide to Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Guide to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party