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How-To Guide for Getting Around Via Walt Disney World Transportation

If you’re not driving to Walt Disney World, you’ll want to take advantage of the various complimentary transportation options open to you – and there are plenty!  Some are available from every resort and park, while others serve specific routes only, so it’s important to know what form of transportation is open to you at your resort. Whether you want ...

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Miniature Golf: Winter Summerland vs. Fantasia Gardens at Walt Disney World

Many guests may not even realize that there are two different themed miniature golf locations located on Walt Disney World property.  The locations are very different, but each have their perks.  There are various things to consider when trying to determine which one you want to visit (or just visit them both!).  Here is our comparison of Winter Summerland and ...

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5 Tips for Visiting Epcot with a Baby at Walt Disney World

EPCOT is largely known for its adult-centered attractions and festivals and, although it has a few attractions that are perfect for the under-5 crowd, some families with very young children choose to skip it and focus more time in Magic Kingdom.  If you’re traveling with an under 2-year-old though, EPCOT is actually a great park to visit!  Read below for ...

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Expensive Walt Disney World Experiences That Are Worth the Money

It’s possible to experience Walt Disney World on a budget, but it’s also possible to splurge on extras throughout your vacation that will make you feel like royalty.  It’s hard to know which experiences are worth the splurge!  So we’ve compiled a list of our favorite expensive Walt Disney World experiences that are worth the money – if you have ...

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10 Ways to Survive a Crowded Day at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World

1. Stay on Disney property Since Disney’s Hollywood Studios has less traditional attractions than the other theme parks, visiting on a crowded day can involve a lot of waiting around between showtimes. To make the most of your time and help navigate the crowds, staying on property can make your visit much easier. As a Disney resort guest, you’ll be ...

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The Magic Kingdom’s Table Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World

The very first installment of the massive Walt Disney World Resort was the Magic Kingdom. It opened on October 1, 1971 and welcomed Guests to enjoy exciting rides and attractions—some that had a lot in common with those found at Disneyland California. To this day, we still love the classic attractions and shows, and we appreciate the many table-service restaurants ...

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Hollywood Studios Quick-Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World

One of the best parts of a Walt Disney World vacation is spending time exploring the four Disney Parks which are each uniquely themed and filled with attractions, entertainment, shopping, and more. One of the most popular things that guests love to do in the Disney Parks is indulge in amazing dining and each park is home to unique restaurants ...

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The Four Baby Care Centers at Walt Disney World

Are you nervous about heading to Disney with an infant?  Stressed about managing feeding, diaper changes, making sure you bring everything you need AND dealing with the busy theme parks?  Never fear – Disney has you covered with Baby Care Centers at all four theme parks that provide everything you need to care for your little one plus a respite ...

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10 Best Attractions Often Overlooked by Walt Disney World Rookies

10. Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover Running non-stop around the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland, the PeopleMover at first glance may appear to be a simple tram ride. Serious Disney fans know that the PeopleMover is one of Walt’s only plans for the original concept of “EPCOT” that came to fruition. First-time guests may pass on this ride because of its simple appearance, ...

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10 Favorite Places To Take a Walk at Walt Disney World

If you’re going to Walt Disney World, chances are you’ll be walking.  A lot.  With so much ground to cover throughout the theme parks, at Disney Springs, and at your resort, a WDW vacation can feel a bit like a marathon!  So why would you seek out more places to walk?  Many walking paths in the most magical place on ...

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