11 Totally Free Things to Do at Disney World : Episode 36

Do you know that there are free things to do at Disney World?

If not, then today I have a real treat for you— we are going to go over everything you need to know about doing Disney for free!

It’s no secret that Disney has a lot to offer its visitors. 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.

You don’t always have to spend extra to enjoy Disney World.

Today we’ll uncover all the free things to do at Disney World such as:

  • Onsite activities
  • Entertainment
  • Local attractions
  • Nightly events

Common questions about Disney freebies:

Below are a few things you should keep in mind when experiencing the free things at Disney World.

How can I park for free at Disney?

One of the ways to avoid paying to park at the theme parks is to park at Disney Springs and take a bus to a resort. Once at the resort, you can take a bus over to your desired theme park.

It takes time to do it this way, but it will be free.

You can also try to park at a resort for a few hours, but most resorts will have an attendant at the gate who will ask for a reason for your visit.

Can you visit Disney Boardwalk for free?

You can still enjoy Disney’s Boardwalk for free! More details explained in the podcast episode above.

Is Disney free on your birthday?

Disney is not free on your birthday at this time.

Can you ride the monorail at Disney World for free?

Yes you can ride Disney’s monorail for free. Learn how to do it in this week’s episode.

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6 thoughts on “11 Totally Free Things to Do at Disney World : Episode 36”

  1. My favorite tip was the free pins at the front desk. They’re a great way to communicate to others why you are there and they become a nice souvenir once your trip is over.

  2. Hi, NikkyJ:
    Great podcast, gave us many ideas for free side-trips away from the theme parks!
    Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, I’m sure some/many of the rules have changed.
    Can you comment/add addendum to some that may have changed? (for example, when I searched for the Chase lounge in Epcot, I found out that’s been closed for a while).
    Thank you.

    • I sure can. It takes a while for me to update all the blog posts (500+) each year…especially after the pandemic, but I’ll do my best.


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