3. See the fireworks
Don’t miss the latest fireworks show, Happily Ever After! If you’re worried about the kids (or yourself) staying awake, it doesn’t hurt to take a midday break from the park to go back to your resort and relax. The fireworks are truly spectacular, and seeing them is the perfect end to a day in the Magic Kingdom.
2. Stay after the fireworks
The least magical part of visiting the Magic Kingdom? Trying to leave after the fireworks. As much as you may want to get back to your resort, you’re really better off taking your time leaving and letting the crowd thin out. Peruse the shops on Main Street or get some last-minute photos, and then start to make your way out of the parks.
1. Don’t hesitate to ask for help
There is so much to see and do in the Magic Kingdom, that it can be overwhelming. It’s never a bad idea to ask for help if you need it, and Disney cast members would love to assist you with any part of your trip. Don’t worry about asking stupid questions, just find the nearest cast member as anyone working will be happy to help.