How to Plan a Memorable Disney World Experience
Make sure to check out (How to Save on your Disney World Adventure) for saving tips and on this article let’s plan your memorable Disney World experience. The next important thing to plan is your itinerary, to maximize your time and make your adventure magical and memorable. In order to make the most of your Disney World Experience, it’s best to plan your activities. First check each Disney World theme park for the activities they offer to carefully map out your activities for the day and not waste time standing in line waiting. Once you’ve picked the dates that you’ll be going to Disney World, you’ll also know whether it’s busy or not by checking the Disney Pricing Calendar, (see Disney’s New Ticket Pricing: Good or Bad?). If you’re going on a busy season like we did when we went during Spring Break, it’s best to make good use of the Fast Pass that Disney offers in order not to miss out on what you and your kids want to experience the most.
What is a Fast Pass? To know more about the Fast Pass we suggest Checking out the Disney Website directly for their FAQ about Fast Pass.
By planning which attraction you want to use your Fast Pass on ahead of time, you’ll have more freedom to check out other attractions. Our suggestion to get the best use out of your Fast Pass is to choose an attraction that you and your kids would like to go on that’s the most Famous one or have the longest line up.
How to know the wait times for each attractions? By downloading and installing the Disney App on your mobile device or tablet you will have access to the current wait times of each attraction within the Disney World theme parks. You can also book your Fast Pass using your mobile device, but if your old school and don’t have one on hand then there are Disney Staff spread throughout the parks to help you in booking your Fast Pass. They can also give you the info about the wait times for each attractions.
No one wants to spend a day in Disney World standing in line ups because this may ruin your Disney World experience. That’s why we suggest you check out the wait times a day before your visit or even a week in advance. This way, you can have an idea of what to expect for wait times for the attractions you would like to go on with your kids. By booking your Fast Pass, you can then go to the attractions with less line-ups first then head to your Fast Pass bookings after. You can also spread them throughout the day so you can have a more relax and memorable Disney World experience.
As we mentioned before a day is simply too short to spend at Disney world. Just with Magic Kingdom alone, you’ll need at least 2 days to carry out your memorable Disney World experience. Don’t forget to check out our next blog where we share with you our own Experience inside the Magic Kingdom, and to check our own magical and memorable Disney World experience.
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