Today we are going to the most magical place on earth, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Theme Park. I want to show you some of the Magic Kingdom must do’s you must experience on your visit!
Have you ever wanted to know all the little Disney World hidden secrets and gems? I’m here to give you all the extra little things to do at Disney World and things to look for that you may have never thought about.
On this guide, we will go through each theme park and unlock some of the mysteries and Disney World hidden gems behind the legendary gates.
Are you ready to experience the Star Wars rides at Disney?
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the latest land to open at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Both lands have exactly the same things inside, so there’s no need to head to Orlando and Anaheim to get the full Galaxy’s Edge experience.
One thing people rave about inside the land are the two attractions, and we can understand why.
Is Disney World Hollywood Studios for solo travelers?
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a solo theme park traveler’s must!
Hollywood Studios was once known as Disney-MGM Studios when it opened in 1989. It has always been a great half-day theme park for those visiting Walt Disney World solo; however, it is now a park that is spectacular to discover for over a whole day.
The addition of Toy Story Land and the coming addition of Star Wars Land, has made Hollywood Studios a competitive theme park.
Do you know how to use the Disney FastPass to skip all the lines at the parks?
Many of you know that planning a Walt Disney World vacation can be stressful at times, especially if it’s a solo trip.
One thing I’m always asked is, how to do every top ride at Disney?
I don’t have the secret, but I know that if you start with the Disney FastPass+ strategy, then you’re on your way to a great vacation!
Let me help you with some of the best tips for getting the top FastPasses at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios.
Did you know that there are over 69 free things to do at Disney World?
It’s no secret that Disney has a lot to offer you. From a huge assortment of exciting rides for any age group to unconventional snacks and shows unique to Disney. You are sure to find something you’ll enjoy at the Happiest Place on Earth.
Many of these attractions aren’t covered by your admissions ticket. However, you don’t always have to spend extra money to enjoy Disney World.
Disney for Solo Travelers: Magic Kingdom Edition!
Have you ever thought about doing the Disney’s Magic Kingdom solo?
This park is a solo theme park traveler’s must!
Magic Kingdom is the number one theme park in world and a place filled with so much magical adventure.
It’s a wonderful starter for you if you’re interested in the classic Disney appeal. It gives a good variety of thrilling attractions on the milder side that will keep you entertained during your whole trip by yourself.
The addition of New Fantasyland and the coming Tron roller coaster, continues to make the Magic Kingdom a world-class theme park.
Hola, Amigos! Are you ready to go a full tour of the Epcot Mexico pavilion?
Let’s take a trip to the beautifully diverse country of Mexico, but we won’t be leaving Florida for this visit. Epcot will teleport us to the mystical mountainous country by the imaginative magic of Walt Disney.
Here you can hear the mariachi band performing in the background, taste exquisite food that will allure your taste buds, and sip on tantalizing tequila.
Plus, you’ll have a watery adventure with the Three Caballeros in the twilight of the Plaza de los Amigos.
Do you know which Animal Kingdom tips are the best for your trip?
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a park filled with the wonder of the natural world, where it’s hard to distinguish between what’s real and what’s not.
The park is filled to the brim with exotic animals, thrilling attractions and delicious food.
If you’re planning a trip to Disney’s Animal Kingdom on your next vacation to Walt Disney World you’re going to want to read up on these 13 tips on the park, including the best spots to eat, minimizing wait times on top-tier attractions, and where to meet Mickey and Minnie Mouse!
Have you ever thought about touring each EPCOT pavilion in your own little global adventure?
What is EPCOT anyway?
EPCOT stands for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Sounds pretty epic, right? I agree!
Believe it or not, EPCOT was based off of Walt Disney’s vision of a utopian city for all things futuristic and wonderful.
While Walt Disney’s dream to create EPCOT was based off the idea that actual citizens could inhabit and enjoy the fruits of an imaginative community that was always on the cutting edge of technology, that did not exactly come into fruition.
But, like most things where Walt Disney is concerned, the dream still lived on.