Attractions

When Traveling in Disney World, Always Arrive Early!

One thing I always try to be is early.  It doesn’t always happen, but I try hard to arrive early for meetings, appointments or opening times at Disney.  This was particularly important this past weekend when our family was at Walt…

The Disney Junior Dance Party at Hollywood Studios

During my countless hours of Disney research, pre-WDW trip we took this fall, I stumbled across a mention of a little known dance party hosted at the Disney Junior Live! On Stage building at Hollywood Studio, only on nights with…

How to LOVE Time Spent In Line for a Disney Attraction

  For guests of the Disney theme parks, it quickly becomes no secret that a large part of your day spent in the theme parks is spent standing in line.  To aid the guests, Disney has the attraction wait times…

Did you Know About this Hidden Disney Fun?

Hidden within the Disney parks are bits and pieces of magic often unseen by the masses of people running from one attraction to the next.  However, if you spend some time looking at the details, you will find lots of…

Disneyland Paris – A Vacationer’s Guide

You join me today with an exciting 2 weeks left until our first family trip to Disneyland Paris.  Living in the UK with France just across the Channel, you may wonder why we haven’t been before, especially as we holiday…

Accessible Ride Vehicles at the Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World has made it possible for people with all kinds of abilities to visit and experience the magic. One of the things that makes my visits easier is that Disney has implemented ways for you to stay in your…

Hidden Disney Fun in the Magic Kingdom with the Sword in the Stone

I recently asked my fans over on the Meet the Magic Facebook fan page to share a magical Disney moment they had experienced. All of the comments were heartfelt and nice to read, but one by Courtney Johnston really left…

Fort Wilderness with Chip ‘n’ Dale Sing-Along

Visiting Walt Disney World is a blast!  The parks are fantastic, offering continually changing fun.  However, after a few days of walking from one attraction to the next, your legs begin to beg for mercy! One way to spend some…

Magic Kingdom – Astro Orbiter

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Attraction: Astro Orbiter Age of Child: 2 years old Experience: I have a fairly fearless 2 year old boy.  He has rarely shown fear of heights or attractions.  Thanks to Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, he loves Space Shuttles and when he saw…

The New Fantasyland is Turning my Touring Plan Upside Down

Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World

My family’s loose, go-to, touring schedule is getting a shake-up this year with the opening of the Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland. The Basics. Three (sometimes four) adults, and two small kids. We have six days at Walt Disney World and…