50 Things to Know Before Traveling with Kids to Walt Disney World: Learn the Tips that Will Help You Have the Most Successful and Enjoyable Trip with Your Family

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Walt Disney World is one of the top tourist destinations in the world with more than 14 million visitors each year visiting the park.  Located in Orlando, Florida the park is visited by families and individuals from around the globe.  It is known for its magical splendor and for family experiences that cannot be recreated anywhere in the world.

Even though Walt Disney World is the most visited family vacation spot it is not uncommon to hear families discuss issues that they have faced while visiting the park.  There are those families who have even had negative experiences while traveling with their children.  The best thing to do before going on this vacation is to know what to expect and to prepare ahead of time for your children.

With the right tips you will be able to have the magical experience that you have dreamed of.  You will enjoy the trip with your children and will be able to fully understand what to expect before you get to the park.  Once there you will be able to enjoy all of the activities and make the most of the magical memories that your children can enjoy.

1.  Know What to Expect

Before going to Disney World with children you must know what to expect.  Remember that prices inside the park are expensive so if you have multiple children, it is likely that an all-inclusive package is the best choice for you to save money and have the easiest possible trip.  Additionally you should know park hours, the average number of guests that are going to be there when you travel, as well as average line wait times.

2.  Be Prepared

Make sure that you are prepared for everything.  Have a small backpack packed prior to heading into the park for the day.  Keep the essentials that you might need and make sure that you are prepared for emergencies that might happen while you are there.  It is always best to be over prepared then to not be prepared while traveling to Walt Disney World.

3.  Avoid Budgeting

While budgeting for most vacations is smart, Walt Disney World is a magical place and consequently things cost more there.  Remember to have plenty of money to be able to treat your children to occasional small souvenirs and experiences.  Allow this trip to be the one time that you go all out and spare no expense because you want to truly create the most magical experience possible.

4.  Plan Special Experiences Ahead of Time

There are many popular experiences at Walt Disney World.  Bibbity Bobbity Boutique can allow your daughter to become a princess or your son can be turned into a pirate.  However you must plan in advance and book those experiences early on because the spots will fill up and you will not be able to plan this experience last minute.

5. Stay On Property

There are many destinations in the world where you might be encouraged to stay off property and some might even say that you should save the money and stay at close by hotels when visiting Disney.  The fact is that instead of doing this you should actually pay the extra money and stay on property for the many benefits that are included.  You can get into the park early and even get passes to skip lines and get to the front of the ride quicker making your experience even more magical.

6. Consider Your Dates Wisely

While you might think that it would be great to visit Walt Disney World during the holidays or for a special celebration, you should consider that many other people think the same thing.  If you have younger children traveling during the height of the season and busiest times of the year will not be as enjoyable as going during the off season or the slowest time of the year.  In fact it could even end up being miserable with your children exhausted and your family having very few precious memories to share.

7. Talk to Insiders

Do not be afraid to talk to the vacation representatives about your children and your desires for the trip.  Think about what you want from the vacation and discuss dates and times of the year that would be best for you.  There are sure to be different times that would work for different families so even if a friend suggests a time, consider making it your own.

8. Plan Your Dream Vacation

Do not plan the dream vacation that others have for you.  Instead plan the trip of your dreams and be ready to share in an experience unlike anything else in all of the world.  There is so much to do and see at Disney that you can really have your own unique experience that has been personalized to you.

9. Save a Little at a Time

Disney World is expensive and probably one of the most costly vacations that you will take but if you plan ahead, saving a little at a time it is not going to hurt the pocketbook quite as much.  Look for ways that you can cut back in your daily life and consider booking your trip with a payment plan.  Consider saving enough money for spending and remember that travel can be expensive with additional costs that you might not have prepared or planned for.

10. Have Children Get in on the Savings

Once you have dates for your trip you can start asking your children to save for the souvenirs and things that they might want while you are on your vacation.  If possible create a matching system and tell them that you will match them.  For every $1 that they save they will get $2 or $3 to spend in the park.  This can cut back on expenses and help them learn responsibility at the same time.

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