Welcome to Part 1 of my new blog series on TouringPlans – The Best of Walt Disney World! Over the next several weeks, I’ll be sharing with you the top picks in attractions, entertainment, and experiences for various groups of travelers visiting the Walt Disney World theme parks.
Let’s begin Part 1 of The Best of Walt Disney World with the tiniest of travelers – babies!
So if this is your first time taking a baby with you to Walt Disney World, you may have heard people say there is no reason to bring them. They won’t be able to ride anything! Let me reassure you that is simply not the case. There are plenty of things for baby to experience at Walt Disney World. In fact, as long as there isn’t a height restriction, your little one is permitted to ride. Please click to read my latest TouringPlans article for a full list of The Best of Walt Disney World for babies!
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If you are planning a Disney World vacation you’ve probably already heard the all important tip…”If you do nothing else, you must make it to Rope Drop!” Frequent visitors to Disney World will tell you that those first two hours of the day in the parks are absolutely critical to maximizing your vacation fun. If you are anything like most of us parents after you heard this, you thought to yourself…”How the heck am I supposed to get my entire family up, ready, fed, out the door, and to the park so early in the morning? This is never going to happen!” Well, stress not, fellow parent! Click to read my latest TouringPlans article – Tips for Making Rope Drop with Young Kids to learn simple tricks for an easier morning and an awesome viewing spot up front at the Magic Kingdom Welcome Show.
Do you make rope drop with your young kids? Do you have any helpful hints for your fellow travelers? Please share; we would love to hear from you!
Have you booked a cruise on the Disney Wonder with your kids or are you just thinking about one? For a parent, one of the biggest concerns about cruising with children is whether there will be enough family fun and entertainment to occupy the kiddos during the voyage. Rest assured, the Disney Cruise Line has got you covered!
Please read my latest article on TouringPlans – Family Fun Aboard The Disney Wonder where we’ll take a photo tour of the fantastic entertainment options offered that the entire family can enjoy together!
Have you ever cruised with kids on the Disney Wonder?
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Have you booked a cruise on the Disney Wonder with your kids or are you just thinking about one? For a parent, one of the biggest concerns about cruising with children is whether there will be enough fun and entertaining things for the kiddos to do during the voyage. Rest assured, the Disney Cruise Line has got you covered!
Returning this year just in time for Easter is Disney’s popular Egg-stravaganza at Epcot. Beginning March 27 through April 5, you can search for special Disney character hidden eggs throughout Epcot. As you find each egg, you can record your discovery by placing the corresponding sticker on your Egg-stravaganza map. The special map and stickers are available for purchase for $4.95 plus tax at Heritage Manor Gifts (American Adventure Pavilion), Pin Central, Port of Entry, and World Traveler (International Gateway). Whether you are able to locate all of the eggs or not, you can return your map to Port of Entry by April 30 for a prize. Please remember – supplies are limited.
Epcot Egg-stravaganza Map
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