There have been a LOT of changes at Disney World recently!
With social distancing and other safety measures in place right now throughout Disney World, navigating the parks can be quite the challenge.
Some stores, restaurants, and other areas now have certain doors designated as entrances or exits (which might be different than how you’re used to seeing things). You may find that certain doors are blocked off or unavailable. And some ride lines may stretch FAR away from their designated ride entrance, making it difficult sometimes to know where the line starts and what a line is even for.
We’re in the parks every single day and we know just how frustrating all of this can become. That’s why we developed some totally FREE resources to help you navigate all 4 Disney World theme parks. We’ve shared them all individually before but now we’re linking to them all in one place to make it super easy for you!
When planning a Disney World vacation, you’ve gotta have basics covered like park tickets, hotel reservations, transportation plans, and Park Pass reservations. That’s a given, right??
Well, another thing that has become absolutely ESSENTIAL when it comes to visiting Disney World is our phones! Seriously, you may view your cell phone as essential in normal, daily life, but it may be even MORE SO in Disney World. The My Disney Experience App has become critical for having a successful Disney trip, and it has SO many features that can be used for so many different things. BUT, there are probably a few things you didn’t even know the app could do!
It’s one of the absolute CRAZIEST times of the year at Walt Disney World…the bustling week between Christmas and New Year’s!
Even though Disney World is still operating under limited capacity, there’s a certain undeniable buzz in the air during this time of year, and you really have to SEE it to feel it. And if you aren’t there yourself, well, don’t sweat it. Take a journey with us from our photos and videos from Walt Disney World on December 29th!
Okay, if you read this title and clicked it, you totally know the one person we’re talking about! It’s the one who SWEARS that no ride will ever come close to the amazingness that was Horizons at EPCOT Center, or the one who still weeps about the loss of The Great Movie Ride in Disney’s Hollywood Studios (all the feels).
If you’ve got a friend or family member who just loves to remember the “good old days” of Disney World (or maybe YOU are this person), have we got the gift list for you!