Some authentically “Disneyesque” things to do during your first or your twentieth trip the most magical place on earth. My hubby threw in a few pearls of wisdom in the mix; so make sure you notice his goodwill gestures, lol!
*Ride the Walt Disney World Monorail- It’s a uniquely magical experience. How many monorails have you ridden?
*Visit all four theme parks- They’re creative marvels!
*Get your photo taken with the Disney Characters- Alright, maybe not all of them, but at least you or your child’s favorite.
*Get the Disney Characters autographs- If you have young children or you want them for yourself, no judgement here, go get em’.
*Use the Walt Disney World “Water Taxi” Transportation- It’s an attraction of its own and free. Enjoy
*My hubby said to play golf at Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course. He especially loves the Mickey shaped sand trap.
*Walt Disney World Resort Hop- Get a feel for a different themed and priced resort. Maybe next time you will stay at one of them.
*Try Walt Disney World Popcorn- It’s better than movie theater popcorn, I promise. Just call me a popcorn connoisseur.
*Enjoy at Disney Resorts “Movies under the Stars” (Free)
* Enjoy your Disney Resort themed swimming pool.
*Try a Pineapple Dole Whip- Not my favorite treat in the world of treats, but lots of folks love them and you might too! You can find them at a variety of places throughout Walt Disney World Resort.
*Get a MagicBand and enjoy all its perks.
*My hubby said to drink a beer in every country of World Showcase at EPCOT!
*Mickey Bar- Now we’re talkin’, yummy in every sense of the word!
*Visit Disney Springs- An outdoor Shopping, Dining and Entertainment district, full of amazing Disney extras, you have to see to experience. ***Preferably not on a weekend, I would recommend morning or evening.
*Visit Fort Wilderness Campground- Great place to spend the afternoon with family; riding Ponies, Bike Rentals, Archery, Carriage Rides, Golf Cart, etc.
*Eat at a Character Meal- My fave is Chef Mickey’s for breakfast, located at the Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
*Try a Turkey Leg at the parks- If you want to look like a caveman/cavewoman, join the crowd, lots of others do. I personally don’t like boned meat. I wrote a rap about my distain for the Turkey Legs~ http://wp.me/p1Uk8b-4kO.
*Drink LaFou’s Brew at Gaston’s Tavern at New Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom, before you get too excited; it’s non-alcoholic.
*Visit Character Spot at World Showcase in EPCOT.
*Explore Tom Sawyer Island at Magic Kingdom- Search through the caves (if you are not claustrophobic, I am-shh) and forts. Your children and most the dads will find their inner childhood bursting to come out.
*My hubby said to visit Pocahontas; she’s hot (LOL)
*Rent a personal Sea Raycer Watercraft at most of the Deluxe Resorts at Walt Disney World.
“Must Do” Rides at each ParkMagic Kingdom Park
Thunder Mountain Railroad
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Pirates of the Caribbean
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Disney Hollywood Studios
Tower of Terror
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster
The Great Movie Ride
Toy Story Mania
Star Tours- Makes me sick personally but lots of folks love it
(New Theme) Soarin’
NEW Frozen Ever After
Mission SpaceDisney’s Animal Kingdom
Kali River Rapids
“Must Do” Shows/Entertainment:
Magic Kingdom Park
Happily Ever After
The Dapper Dans on Main Street, U.S.A.
Meet Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theater
Meet Cinderella and a Visiting Princess at Princess Fairytale Hall
Move It! Shake It! Dance & Play It! Street Party
IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth
Rose & Crown Pub Musician JAMMitors at Future World East
Meet Disney Pals at the Epcot Character Spot
Disney H0llywood Studios
Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage- One of my daughters all time faves
Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
From our family to yours, have a magical Disney vacation!