If you are looking for a fun, interactive way to explore Magic Kingdom on your Disney trip, then Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom might be just the experience for you!
How to prep for the miles-per-day of walking at Disney World, and how to handle your feet during your trip.
Tips on how to get approval for a Disney World trip, staying organized, communicating with parents, and how to choose educational classes.
This is a guest post from Joanna Varnum who’s the mother of a son on the autism spectrum. She shares her tips for taking kids with ASD to Disney World.
Here’s some Kennedy Space Center info if you’d like to add it to your Disney World trip, including how to get there, a suggested touring plan, and dining options.
Universal is worth a visit for many people, if only to see the new Harry Potter stuff. Here’s info on how to do Universal from a Disney World visitor’s perspective.
The Pirates League at Magic Kingdom can be an amazing experience. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of the experience.
Disney World resort rooms have several room view and room request options. Here’s information on how to get a room that’s right for you.
One of the most exclusive experiences at Disney World is the Chef’s Table at Victoria and Albert’s. Here’s a review.
No destination is quite as difficult or fun to plan as Disney World. Here’s info for a Disney World binder with links to downloads that you can use to create your own.
Fantasmic! at Hollywood Studios is well worth your time, but it can be tricky to make sure you see it without long waits. Here are some tips.
Lots and lots of families travel with grandparents, kids, and grandkids but it can be tricky with every age group having different needs. Here’s how to plan.
Here is a 7-day trip itinerary made especially for families looking for all of the princess goodness they can fit into one trip.
Disney has been hosting race weekends for years and due to the popularity of these events, they’ve continued to add more options. Here’s a Q&A with a pro.
Cast Members are on the front line feeling the brunt of all of the difficulties, and yet many find time to make magical moments. Here’s how to thank them.