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However, if this may be your kids’ childhood visit, consider going when your youngest child is at least 8 or 9, and your shortest child at least 48 inches tall. Planning for going with younger/shorter kids…Stay at Disney’s Polynesian Resort if you can afford it, or at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort if you can’t. Next best resort options…You can have a wonderful first visit for $3,000 or less.

I thought I had a pretty good plan, but this site lays it all out for you. I know you specialise in first trips, but I’ve used you for the last three years to plan our holiday.LOVE your rankings, all the great advice, and the links to extra info. The chance of a hurricane is quite small even though the season runs thru Nov. DO NOT bring small children in the summer and expect them to do anything but suffer in the heat. See this for more: https://yourfirstvisit.net/2012/04/18/mickeys-very-merry-christmas-party-2012-at-walt-disney-world/Fantasmic is not a parade–it’s a fireworks show with its own special seating area–see this https://yourfirstvisit.net/2010/10/19/review-fantasmic-at-disneys-hollywood-studios/ .I can’t imagine how time consuming maintaining this site must be. I love that you are VERY honest in your evaluations. If you must do the summer, do a morning visit , 4 hours back at your room or pool, followed by an evening visit. If you see it the 15th or 16th you can skip the dinner package. Hope this question is not a duplicate, but I couldnt find my question that I thought I posted yesterday. thinking we would get at mk on rope drop the 16th, be in park most of day, ride favorite rides and using some fastpasses.That being said, I would rather not donate, but I am willing to use the travel agent as you suggest (since you get some dust). I’m a business analyst and this site quenched my thirst for details/options. I just discovered this website, and even though I know the parks like the back of my hand and have a system for planning our trips, I think there is a LOT of useful info on here, even for me. ) Will be coming back soon to plan the my daughter’s 8 yr old birthday trip! We have been to Disney over 25 times But last year decided to buy access to a website to check on crowd levels. We were even a Disney Destinations Top Sales Performer of all travel agencies (including Authorized Disney Vacation Planners). On our home page at will see our Authorized Disney Vacation Planner logo on the top right.Only agencies that are Earmark Agencies can post this on their website.We did modify the itinerary to meet our needs, the weather, etc but it all still worked. I loved your site, and what a pleasure it was to gain valuable insight for free right on the web. I’m a thorough researcher (and WDW veteran as a child) and have to credit your site as a very important tool in making my 6 yr old daughter’s first trip an absolutely wonderful experience….thanks! We are arriving April 19th and our trip was (almost) completely put together from information on your site (including which days to go). I know that you reccomend Destination In Florida as the travel agent to use. Nikki, they are, as the top right of their website indicates ( ), but I don’t know of any actual official list of authorized Disney agencies…let me see what I can find out…Hi Nikki! We were actually one of the very first travel agencies asked to be the “test group” of Earmark Agencies.

Our vacation was so Magical that we booked our return trip already for next December! I realize now that a Disney trip is very difficult to plan properly, even if you are one of those @#$%[email protected] with younger kids (4,5&8). And kudos for the tip on the in-room fridge (adults count, too! This is my 7 year old twins first trip and I just wanted to thank you again! I am trying to find a way to verify that they are indeed an authorized agency. We have been an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner ever since.

Or maybe if its easier, what should we estimate per person? we get to mk at rope drop at 9am on 17th, take pictures in main street, eat breakfast at crystal palace at 920am, then head back into park. i thought we might try to explore the rides and attractions that are the least popular as to take in all of mk and just make it a less stressful day trying to fight the long lines for the most popular rides.

i am guessing there will be long lines by the time we get out from breakfast for the most popular rides by then. i am trying to make sure the kids don’t get to wore out and and still not miss anything. I’ve been exploring it for hours now but I am having troubles fitting our travel with your itineraries.

For more on what makes sense for kids that age, see this page: https://yourfirstvisit.net/2011/03/09/the-comprehensive-guide-to-walt-disney-world-rides-and-attractions/You could spend your entire trip at Magic Kingdom–2 or 3 mornings, one afternoon (for the parade) and one evening (for the evening parade and fireworks.)Seeing the evening parade and fireworks at MK on your arrival night would be a good us of time…Think this stuff over, and take a look at that page, and let me know what you think! We are visiting Disney from February 10 through the 14th in 2013. Is this a good week considering the ride closures based on their age?

We like to do a princess meal and mickey breakfast and would love your suggestions on places that are a must see for first-time visitors. My wife and I are taking our 10, 8 and 5 year old to WDW from September 28th to October 5th to celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary.

We are considering the Polynesian resort, is it worth the extra money to stay at this resort? If this won’t be your only visit, I’d not worry about either ride closures or the Poly–at those ages, neither will matter much, and you can stay at a more kid-appealing resort, and see what you missed, later when they are older…For must sees, see this: https://yourfirstvisit.net/2011/03/09/the-comprehensive-guide-to-walt-disney-world-rides-and-attractions/For Mickey and the Princesses, see this: https://yourfirstvisit.net/planning-your-first-family-trip/where-to-eat/dining-alternatives/character-meals-and-dinner-shows-ranked-in-order/I think there’s a good chance you’ll find a discount then…but no guarantees! After much debate (and considering the Grand Floridian) we have decided to stay at the Polynesian in a garden view room.