What should I pack for Disney World?
Hi, I’m a 14 year old going to Disney World for a week and I was wondering if you can name the things that I should pack
Hey! I’m 15, and I’ve been going to Disney World every year since I was born since I live in Florida! I always seem to forget things, but I’ve got everything for when I make my week long trip in August!
Camera! (Unless you want to take from your phone)
Hangers (If you’re really neat)
Jacket- gets cold in hotels!
Chap stick and Sunscreen- The Florida heat is almost unbearable sometimes, I recommend bringing Aloe as well.
NNail polish, Nailpolish Remover (Nails always get chipped!)
SUNGLASSES! Especially if you’re planning on going to the pool.
Ipod/MP3, and Earphones
Comfortable shoes, and Flip Flops if you’re going to the water park
Also, here’s a couple SMART things to bring/buy there
1. A rain poncho, umbrella, or hoodie. Yes, Florida is sunny almost every day of the year, but Summer is when it gets the not so sunny days.. ):
2. Disney sells these little fans that squirt water, and they’re very helpful to keep cool when it’s hot. A ton of people buy them!
3. There’s tons of Apps for Iphones that allow you to see wait times for rides, and maps of the parks. Just type in “Disney Wait” in the App Store and I recommend the one with the Frog on it. There’s one for free, and one for 3.99. It’s helpful for wait times, dining, planning, GPS, etc.
Have a fun trip!
Any Walt Disney World Tips Please?
I am going to Walt Disney World in Florida soon and was wondering if there was any good tips anyone has for any of the parks?
So can you please give me tips about dining, free things, rides and anything to do with the the parks?
Also any websites that give good tips?!
Thank you all for helping! XxxX
I am not staying in a disney resort, but thanks!
I am going from the 22nd August to 5 September.
I have been to disney quite a few times so we know about fastpasses and things like that. We were just wondering about ways to cut queue times, free things and best ways to do things around the park!
Plan, Plan and Plan! That’s the best way to do Disney. However, don’t make your schedule so tight you can’t change it up if you need to (for weather or dinner reservations for example)
1) Get your fast passes early, and beat most of the crowds by starting at the back of the park, before lots of people get there. At the Magic Kingdom, don’t enter through Cinderella’s Castle, you can exit that way later. Instead, try going to Adventure land & Frontierland, or Tomorrowland. You can hit Fantasyland later. Here is a map : http://allears.net/tp/mk/mkmap2008opt.jpg . As for Hollywood Studios, my best advice is to get your fast passes early. Epcot, the World Fair opens later than Future World, so once again, get your fast passes. Enjoy the countries as you visit them.. There’s some great movies and a couple of rides. Animal Kingdom – do the Kilimanjaro Safai’s first thing to get the best view of the animals. Get your fast pass for Expedition Everest before that , and once you get off you can head over there. Make sure to go on a nice day, because there’s no where to hide from the rain!.
2) Bring a light backpack. Don’t bring unnecessary things. Just your wallet, sunscreen, park passes, keys, maybe a water bottle if you plan on doing that and a cell phone. Also, try bringing some granola bars or something for snacks so you can wait longer between meals.
3) Dining – Your staying off property, which will save you a lot of money. However, don’t skip out on Disney restaurants! Try getting reservations at one or two during your stay. They are great. Try eating dinner after you leave the parks, it’s a lot cheaper. My fav. Is Olive Garden, and TGIF. They also have some great buffets like Golden Corral! The bakeries at Disney often have some cheap snacks too so always look there if your hungry! My favourite quick-service restaurant is the Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square, right across from the Haunted Mansion Ride. Http://allears.net/menu/men_chh.htm – For the menu. Also, try the Giant Turkey Legs. I always see people eating them, and apparently they are very good. I’ve never had one (I dont like Turkey) but they do smell good!
4) Free things – Downtown Disney is completely free to walk around! They have some great shops as well. Try looking for Hidden Mickey’s, they are everywhere! Also, character autographs are free!
Also, try this website : http://www.allears.net for great Disney tips. It’s the best one out there!
Don’t let the weather ruin your day. It’s probably going to rain, but most of the rides at Disney are indoors anyways. The sun is great. Also, try and take a day to just relax at your hotel and go shopping at the outlets. It’s a good break from the parks! Your going for 2 weeks so you’ll have plenty of time to do everything. Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon are also really fun, so if it’s super hot and you don’t want to walk around the parks, try going there for some cooled down Disney magic!
Hope this helps
Disney world paper!?!?
I have to type a paper about going to Disney world. This trip has not happened yet so sentences must be like “I will go to the beach. I will have fun. etc. . .” Help! I need more! (:
That is so easy, Just narrow it down to one park like the magic kingdom. Start from arriving at the parking lot and hoping on the tram to Ticket and Transportation center. Waiting in the massive line for the monrail to the Magic Kingdom. Traveling through the Contemporary hotel and seeing the castle in the distance.
Then move through the park and talk about the day your planning. Look at a map of the magic kingdom and imagine yoruself on the street walking through and the things you want to see and do.
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