It’s hard to know where to begin at Walt Disney World – there are so many parks, and attractions within each park, that there’s simply no way you could see and do everything WDW has to offer in one vacation. It’s easy to gravitate towards the flashy, popular rides (Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, Expedition Everest, Avatar Flight of Passage…) and spend your valuable time on them. But there are plenty of other, lesser-known attractions that also deserve your attention, and we’re here to bring them to light! Here are our 10 favorite attractions that are often overlooked by Walt Disney World newbies.
Top 10 Walt Disney World Resort Lobbies
One of the best ways to ensure that a Walt Disney World vacation is as convenient, perfect, and magical as can be is by staying on property at one of the dozens of Disney Resorts. Scattered throughout the property and situated around the Disney Parks and Disney Springs, the Disney Resorts are categorized by price range with Deluxe being the most expensive, Value offering the best deals, and Moderate falling somewhere in the middle. Each price category features several Disney Resort options, and each location features its own unique theme that is brought to life through décor, architecture, details, and more. In addition, each Disney Resort features amenities such as free Disney transportation, amazing pools, recreation, and more. No matter what Disney Resort price level a guest chooses to stay at, they can be assured that the experience will be filled with Disney magic and quality service. While every Disney Resort is amazing and should be enjoyed at some point, certain locations are so absolutely beautiful that they rank among the top picks. These locations feature lobbies that bring the theme of the Disney Resort to life in amazing and beautiful ways and guests definitely need to check them out in person to appreciate them. Here are the top ten Walt Disney World Resort lobbies!
10 Tips and Tricks for Surviving the Crowds at Walt Disney World
If you’re planning a vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida this year, you’re in good company. Each year, about 50 million Guests visit the most magical place on earth. If you were to divide that number over the days in one year, you would get an average of around 137,000 Guests in the parks each day. While that figure isn’t exactly accurate, it gives you an idea of the vast number of visitors who love Disney World. But there are certain times during the year when you will easily see much higher numbers of Guests in the parks than during other times. So how do you know when to go and when not to go, and if you must visit during a peak season in the parks, how do you best maneuver through the sea of Guests who are doing the same thing you are? Everyone is different, as are their circumstances and experiences, but here are some general tips and tricks for surviving the crowds when you visit Disney World.