3. Water Park
Central Florida is hot, so it is no wonder that Disney has two fully-themed water parks in addition to the pools scattered throughout the resort hotels. If you are visiting during a hot time of the year, we would highly recommend buying a ticket to either Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach. Both are home to fantastically themed waterslides, lazy rivers, and other water attractions. There are lockers available to rent for guests to stow their personal belongings and some great dining options, so guests can enjoy their entire day at the park!
2. Close a Park
It is a unique experience to close a park down. Depending on the time of year that you visit, this could mean staying until the end of Extra Magic Hours at 1 or 2 in the morning. When you close a park, guests can climb aboard one of their favorite attractions for the final ride or enjoy a quiet walk along deserted streets and grab once-in-a-lifetime photos of the parks. Our favorite park to close out is Epcot since you can take your time exploring the nooks of the various pavilions in World Showcase!