With Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in full swing (there’s one tomorrow night! Get schedule here!) I thought you all might be looking for ways to get the most out of this hard ticket event. Ticket’s start at $74 and go up, depending on the night. We have attended many, many times with children of all ages. It’s my daughter’s favorite Disney party. She had her first trick-or-treat experience at the party and now, at 24, it’s still her preferred way to usher in the fall season. But with so much going on, it’s easy to get star struck and Continue reading Getting The Most Out Of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
The holiday season is one of the prettiest and can be the least crowded time to visit Walt Disney World. Click here for the best tips to make the most of your Disney Holiday vacation. Continue reading It’s Never Too Late For A Holiday Season Trip to Walt Disney World
One of the biggest reasons that we pay extra for Disney’s special parties is the “unlimited FastPass” atmosphere. No, FastPasses are NOT available during the party but the lines sure seem like they’re FastPass lines. And our ride-junkie family loves walking right on to our favorite attractions. So, we typically skip the parade and shows to take full advantage of even shorter lines. But not when it comes to the Halloween party! Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parade is a MUST for the Mouseterplanner family! This is a hard ticket event and popular nights sell out quickly. Get your tickets Continue reading Don’t Miss Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parade!
How to navigate the tremendous crowds that arrive at Walt Disney World every holiday season. Continue reading Navigate Disney World During It’s Busiest Time Of Year
Celebrations at Walt Disney World can be extra magical. And because so many people feel this way, it will also be extra crowded. New Year’s Eve is no exception. New Year’s Day, however, is a different story. Read on to find out why! From New Year’s Eve parties at resorts and restaurants to special fireworks displays, Disney World will be buzzing with activity. To find out what special event is right for your family, check out this page. Our favorites, especially when the kids are small, include the early countdown and fireworks displays. Our kids got to participate in the countdown Continue reading Your New Year’s Guide To Walt Disney World
It’s not too late! There are still rooms available during the Christmas Holiday Season (early November – first week of January) at Walt Disney World. Should you go? Yes! Abso-Mickey-lutely! Without a doubt, the holiday season is my favorite time at the World. The Christmas decorations are up. The weather is dryer. And the crowds can be at a minimum. My birthday happens to fall in the first week of December, so for my 40th my husband suggested we go. We had been at various other times of the year, but never for my birthday. We were homeschooling our daughter, Continue reading Should You Brave The Holiday Season Crowds? Abso-Mickey-Lutely!
How to go from Halloween to Christmas on one minute flat? With a little Disney magic…….you can! Watch the video below to witness some of Disney’s holiday magic that happens while you sleep! YouTube. (2012, November 13). Time lapse video: Magic Kingdom Park Decorated For The Holidays . www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtA6TMACX0k&feature
Whether it’s a birthday or an anniversary or a family reunion there are lots of great ways to make your celebration at Walt Disney World unique and memorable. First things first! Make sure you note on your resort reservation and dining reservations that you are celebrating an event. You may just receive a “Happy Birthday” from a cast member upon check-in or a signed card from Mickey Mouse. Or more. Anything is possible. Purchase the Memory Maker option in advance. Not only will you save money on pictures, it’ll be one more thing off your to-do list before you leave. Continue reading Best Ways To Celebrate At Walt Disney World