Did you know that Cirque Du Soleil has it’s own theater right in the middle of Disney Springs at Disney World and you can catch their latest shows while on your next vacation? It’s true!
How does some southern Louisiana all you care to enjoy enjoy platter eating with some cornbread and Mickey butter on the side sound? Well if that sounds good to your then Boatwright’s Dining Hall should definitely be on your list!
Disney offers a variety of backstage tours for guests to see just what goes on behind the scenes at Disney. The Keys to the Kingdom Tour gives guests the opportunity to explore the hidden history of the Magic Kingdom park and access the hidden behind the scenes areas too!
EPCOT hosts a wide variety of festivals throughout the year which are always fun to visit. The Flower and Garden festival brings with it the famous topiaries and food booths EPCOT have grown famous for and lasts from March through July yearly.
Come enjoy a breakfast with your favorite Disney Junior friends or lunch and dinner with Minnie and friends in a variety of different seasonal settings such as Halloween, Christmas and Springtime on Hollywood and Vine Boulevard at this American buffet style sit down dining location at Hollywood Studios.
Hilton Homewood Suites Anaheim is the perfect resort for visiting Disneyland if you have larger families!
Magic Kingdom is the most Disney place at Disney! It’s where families and friends gather to feel all the magic and spend the bulk of their time when visiting the Disney World resort. I recommend breaking the park up into two days so you have the opportunity to see and experience as much of the park while traveling. Let’s take a look at how the park is laid out.
Ohana means family and that’s just how you’ll feel at this family style all you can eat dinner at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a must do for children aged 3-12 where you can become a Princess or Knight and make all your dress up dreams come true!