3. Eat Indoors
This may be a given, but my family always lest meals do double duty by taking a chance to cool off indoors while eating. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Tomorrowland and Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn are two of our favorite lunch spots to enjoy while we cool off between attractions.
2. Share Entrees and Bring Your Own Snacks
Be a smart spender by sharing quick service dining options and snacks during your Magic Kingdom park day. If you are on no quest to save money on vacation, you can still share food and buy a larger variety options to enjoy on your trip. Since Disney parks welcome guests to bring in snacks and non-alcoholic drinks, take advantage of the opportunity to save a few dollars.
1. Watch Fireworks on the Hub Grass
Watching the evening projection and fireworks from the hub grass in front of Edy’s Ice cream and Casey’s Corner is such an awesome experience. I much prefer lounging on the hub grass to standing in the crowded Main Street U.S.A. Street. That being said, expect to spend a while on the hub waiting for exiting guests to clear out of the park before you exit when the shows are finished. You'll need a FastPass to access these grassy areas which afford prime, uncluttered viewing of the evening's show.