The most underrated things at Disney World – PREP172

On every Disney World trip, I find myself pointing out things that are underrated and more people should know about. In this episode, I let you know about some of those things.

I also have a quick tip to share to help you feel safe in the event you get separated from your child during a Disney World trip.


These are notes from this episode. There's much more info included in the audio so be sure to listen to the episode for a better explanation.

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Underrated things at Disney World

Dining

  • The Wave at The Contemporary
  • Nine Dragons at Epcot
  • Tutto Italia at Epcot (mistakenly said Trattoria al Forno on the podcast, but meant Tutto Italia)
  • Skipper Canteen at Magic Kingdom
  • Planet Hollywood in Disney Springs

Attractions

  • Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival (Epcot)
  • PhilharMagic (Magic Kingdom)
  • Tiana (Princess Fairytale Hall at Magic Kingdom)
  • Frozen Sing-Along (Hollywood Studios)
  • Finding Nemo - The Musical (Animal Kingdom)

Quick tip of the day

This was emailed in by Brandyn M:

"I purchased a make-your-own-tattoo sheet and made temporary tattoos for my three kiddos. We got lots of compliments, and it set me at ease to know that a cast member could easily track me down if a kiddo got separated. Thank goodness we never had to use them, but it was nice to know we were prepared."

Thanks, Brandyn!

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