The Best Tips for Your Disney World Vacation

James Grosch James Grosch | July 18, 2014

11 - Take a break in the early afternoon Especially in the summer, the heat in Orlando can be a killer. We recommend going to one of Disney World’s parks early, then taking a break in the early afternoon to escape the heat. Go relax in your hotel room or find a restaurant, or a relaxing attraction Read More

The Rock Your Disney Side 24 Hour Survival Guide

James Grosch James Grosch | May 22, 2014

For the third year in a row, Magic Kingdom is staying open for 24 hours straight, and for the third year in a row, thousands of Disney World fans will try to marathon their way to a full day inside of the theme park. From 6 am Friday, May 23 to 6 am on Saturday, Read More

Free Dining Returns to Walt Disney World Vacation Packages for 2014

James Grosch James Grosch | May 7, 2014

Disney World’s ever-popular Free Dining promotion has returned for 2014. When you book a non-discounted Disney World Vacation Package that start in certain weeks from August to December, a Disney Dining Plan will be included at no additional charge. Read on for the dates and details for 2014 Free Dining at WDW, how to take Read More

How To Get More Than 3 Fastpass+’s in One Day

James Grosch James Grosch | April 26, 2014

Earlier this month, Walt Disney World announced several changes that were coming to MyMagic+ that would enhance the guest experience. One of our most anticipated changes to the system has been given a firm date. Starting Monday April 28, the limit of 3 Fastpass+ per day will be a thing of the past. So, how Read More

Deal Alert: The more you stay, the more you save this Summer at Walt Disney World

Guide2WDW Staff Guide2WDW Staff | April 15, 2014

Ah, summer vacation. School is out, the sun is shining, and fun and relaxation is the first thing on your agenda. If you’re planning on visiting Walt Disney World, summer just got a little sweeter. For most nights between June 15 and August 28, 2014, guests can save up to 30% on a Walt Disney Read More

Avoid Lines at the Magic Kingdom with Small Children

Guide2WDW Staff Guide2WDW Staff | March 18, 2014

You’re at Disney World and excitement is at an all time high! The first thing you want to do is go to the Magic Kingdom and ride all the rides, fill your tummy with ice cream bars, and have a chat with Mickey Mouse. However, as you ride the monorail around the lake, while squished Read More

Top Three Ways to Meet Your Favorite Characters Without A Wait!

Laura Laura | March 15, 2014

From small children to adults, everyone loves meeting their favorite Disney characters during a Walt Disney World vacation. While many people focus on the big E-Ticket attactions, some of the most memorable moments can come from a character interaction. What’s not as much fun is waiting in long lines to meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald. However, Read More

A Trip to the Disney Character Warehouse Outlet

Meredith Meredith | July 29, 2013

If there’s something I love more than Disney Parks merchandise, it’s Disney Parks merchandise at a bargain! There are several ways you can save money on official park merchandise, but one of the best ways is to take a trip to the Disney Character Warehouse, located at the Orlando Premium Outlet Mall. Official Disney Parks Read More

Five Summer Savings Tips For Your Disney World Trip

James Grosch James Grosch | April 8, 2013

Although spring has just sprung, summer is just around the corner. That means now is the perfect time to plan your summer vacation to Walt Disney World. While planning a whole WDW vacation can be a daunting task, we’ve made this list of five helpful tips to make sure you don’t break a sweat. From Read More

A Guide to the Changes at Dumbo The Flying Elephant

James Grosch James Grosch | July 1, 2012

You’ve just arrived at WDW’s Magic Kingdom, and the first thing on your list is to head to Dumbo so that you (or your child) can have that iconic Disney World experience. You make a beeline down Main Street, pass Cinderella Castle, and arrive at Fantasyland. But, where’s Dumbo? The spinner isn’t where it’s always Read More