5. Make a DIY Autograph Book
Autograph books are always a must, especially if it’s your children’s first visit. There are many different websites that give great examples of how to make your own. You can even include a picture of your kids and the characters next to their signatures.
4. Bring Ponchos from Home
It rains at Disney World, a lot. If you want to avoid spending big bucks on ponchos you’ll probably only use once or twice, bring your own. You can find some at stores like Wal-Mart for less than five dollars.
3. Watch Wishes from the Polynesian Resort Beach
Disney’s Polynesian Village is a beautiful place to spend time walking the beach and eating Dole Whips. If you visit later at night, you can watch Wishes from the beach. They even pipe the music to go along with it throughout the lobby and beach area.
2. There’s Free Sunscreen and Band-Aids in the Park
This has saved our family so many times. Just visit the first-aid office, there’s one located in every park.
1. Take the Keys to the Kingdom Tour (Or Any Tour)
The best experience I’ve ever had was taking the Key’s to the Kingdom Tour at Magic Kingdom. If you are a big Disney fan and want to learn how the park operates and all the little secrets that make up the park, then this tour is a must. Also, lunch is included!
If you’ve made it all the way to the end of this list, I hope you’ve found at least one tip that would help you out. At least a little! Do you have any tips that you would add to the list?
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