9/23/2016 • Walt Disney World •
Experience the Magic of Interactive Activities While the parks and resorts are filled with attractions to visit, shows to watch, and bike and water rentals, there are a lot of interactive activities as well. You can solve mysteries together, find treasure, earn your different wilderness badge or even trade some pins to add to your growing collection. Trade Pins at Walt Disney World Pin Trading is something fun that can be done all over Walt Disney World and with every cast member! It is a fun way to collect unique, special, and fun Disney pins. To begin pin trading, you’ll need something to put your few purchased pins on, such as a Disney lanyard or in a Disney Pin Trading book. Once you have a few pins of your own, you can ask to trade your pin with any Disney Cast Member! A good spot for pin trading is at Magic […]
6/4/2014 • Walt Disney World •
Walt Disney World is full of excitement and fun for everyone. While every family has their family “favorites”, there are many overlooked attractions and activities that are worthy of working into your Disney itinerary. Below is our list of 10 “Overlooked Attractions and Activities” at Walt Disney World. 1. Hayrides at Fort Wilderness Resort and Campgrounds: Take an old-fashioned, horse-drawn hayride which offers an hour-long tour around the Fort Wilderness Campground. Hayrides depart at 6:00pm and 8:30pm nightly from the front of Pioneer Hall. Hayrides are on a first-come, first-served basis only (no reservations!) These 45-minute wagon rides cost $8 for Guests ages 10 and up, and $5 for Guests 3 to 9 years of age. 2. Movies at your Walt Disney World Resort Hotel: Complimentary Disney movies screenings are available to resort guests only. Whether on the beach, poolside or surrounded by Floridian woodlands, enjoy your favorite Disney film […]
5/29/2013 • Walt Disney World •
As a lover of Epcot, having my children enjoy World Showcase has always been important to me. Appreciating how other countries influence our world is easily forgotten. How wonderful it is that Disney hires cast members from the countries that are placed all around World Showcase. I want to encourage my children to talk with the people and learn something about them but my children are by nature very shy. This prompted my search into finding out what Disney offers for kids to learn and have fun while exploring World Showcase. For young children, simple and straight forward interaction is usually best. For purchase at Epcot, is an Epcot Passport package containing a passport booklet, multiple stickers for each country, and a button. If you have the initiative before you go for your vacation, you can also craft a passport at home with supplies purchased at a local craft store. […]
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