Tag Archives forWalt Disney World

Epcot World Showcase Colouring Bundle

Visiting Epcot’s World Showcase has traditionally been a very adult experience. Even parents trucking their kids along know that this will not be the same at Magic Kingdom or Hollywood Studios. And how can it? There aren’t nearly as many rides, and most of it is education based. This is what Walt Disney had in […]

Read More...

Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail 2018

From November 8, 2018 through January 6, 2019, discover 27 holiday trees—each inspired by a Disney character or theme.  The experience — which includes falling snow, holiday music and unexpected food and beverage offerings like frozen hot chocolate and specialty cotton candy – will be available through January 6, 2019.  New this year, look for lanterns on each tree […]

Read More...

Favourite Snacks to Pack for Disney Parks

Favorite snacks to pack for Disney

Deciding on which snacks to bring to Disney can be about as challenging as what to pack in your day bag. When choosing Disney snacks without a Disney Dining Plan, your options can seem overwhelming. Here is our list of favourite snacks to pack for Disney Parks that are not full of sugar, empty calories […]

Read More...

The Ultimate Guide to Character Meals at Walt Disney World

The Ultimate Guide to Character Meals at Walt Disney World

Character dining is one of the easiest ways to meet a whole host of characters and fill up for (or wind down after) a fun-filled day in the parks. Use these tips to determine the best character dining at Disney World for your family, where to find the best Disney characters, and more! What’s a […]

Read More...

Disney World Character Dining At-a-Glance

Make plans for a delicious meal that comes with appearances by some of your favorite Disney Characters―and be sure to bring your camera and autograph book! Character dining in the Magic Kingdom Crystal Palace Meals offered: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Price: $25 – $50 for adults and $15 – $30 for children Characters: Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger Reservations required: Yes! […]

Read More...

Tips for Dining with Disney Characters at Walt Disney World

As someone that wants to spend as much time experiencing the parks as possible, waiting in queues for well over an hour (per character) was not fitting well into my touring plan. Sure, some are unique and the backdrop is amazing, but the more time I “waste” waiting in line, the fewer rides and parades […]

Read More...
1 2 3 11