Disney Lists

From top 10 places to dine to a list of Disney’s most underrated attractions, this is where you’ll find the latest!

Here’s Why We Have Plans to Visit Walt Disney World This Winter

Everything looks different since the COVID-19 pandemic began. That includes Walt Disney World. Disney is doing everything that they can to keep all guests and Cast Members as safe as possible. This means extra cleaning, social distancing, wearing masks, washing hands often, and encouraging the use of hand sanitizer frequently. Things are starting to pick back up again at Walt ...

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Tips for Minimizing Germs While Eating at Walt Disney World

Disney World might be a magical place, but that doesn’t mean there are no germs floating around. In fact, because people visit the parks from all over the country and even the world, there are probably more germs there than you’d like to know. Because of this, and because we are currently dealing with a relatively unknown virus, it’s best ...

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Thanksgiving 2020: Ten Walt Disney World Things We’re Thankful For

It’s that time of year again – time to gorge ourselves on turkey, reach for an extra slice of pumpkin pie, and think about what we’re thankful for (which might just include that delicious turkey and pumpkin pie).  While you’re going about your Thanksgiving plans this year, why not think about a few things you’re thankful for about Walt Disney ...

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Top Lies About Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom

The Tree of Life

Disney’s Animal Kingdom opened on April 22, 1998 and has been welcoming guests into its incredible and immersive experiences ever since. The park is home to unforgettable experiences that celebrate the environment, animal world, and more with important messages of conservation and preservation. While guests absolutely love to enjoy the beautiful savannas of Africa on Kilimanjaro Safaris, thrilling encounters with ...

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Top Lies About Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

When imagining Walt Disney World, most guests immediately think of the Magic Kingdom, the first Disney Park that opened on property on October 1, 1971. Featuring seven lands filled with classic attractions including Peter Pan’s Flight, Space Mountain, the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, and more, the Magic Kingdom is the quintessential experience on any Disney vacation. While many ...

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Crowd Review: Epcot on a Saturday in October

We keep hearing about the crowds at Walt Disney World lately. Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek recently said that the parks are capped at 25% capacity, and that the number will not increase under the current conditions. Still, if you went to Epcot in July and then you went again on a weekend in October, you would feel the ...

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Crowd Review: Disney’s Hollywood Studios on a Friday in October

There is a lot of talk about capacity at Walt Disney World these days. The crowds have certainly picked up since the parks reopened back in July! The park that reaches the current capacity most often seems to be Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s the smallest park to begin with, and it has the two newest lands and also the first ...

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Resort Review: Walt Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort

Last week I was fortunate enough to enjoy a one night stay at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. On October 23, my daughter and I were hosted for a one night stay at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. The timing was great, because the other stay was fresh in my mind. At first I thought that I could compare the ...

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