On the Day of Your Visit
12. Early Morning
The best touring plans take advantage of your strengths. And let’s face it, most parents of young children are used to being woken up early. Use this to your benefit and get to Magic Kingdom as early as possible. Prevailing wisdom states that you can do more in the first three hours at the park than in all the other hours combined, and in many ways this is true. By arriving early, you can grab a bite to eat for some energy to start the day, or you can get in a little shopping before the start of the Let the Magic Begin welcome show. And no need to haul your souvenirs around with you all day – for no additional fee you can have them held at the front of the park to pick up when you leave, or you can have them sent to your Disney Resort hotel property! Or for an additional fee you can just go ahead and ship them to your home! This is a great option when space in your luggage is tight.