• Consider visiting one of the smaller parks first and work your way up to the bigger ones.  This means each day will get more exciting!
  • Bring a picnic to the parks.
  • If you can at all, go to the parks when the kids are not on school holidays.
  • Besides seasonal considerations, certain days of the week are slower at the theme parks, usually Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
  • Pre-purchase Park tickets if possible.  It works out much cheaper and saves time queuing to get in to the parks.
  • Do the most popular rides early in the morning, moving to the back of the park first.  Use peak times in the early afternoon for eating, shopping and shows.
  • Ride lines often slack off towards late afternoon, so save the big attractions you missed in the morning for later.
  • Use FASTPASS+ where you can reserve a time for select attractions and character meetings before you arrive at the parks.  Even up to 30 days before you travel.
  • If queues are long and you are willing to split your group, opt for single rider lines.
  • Wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen and quick-drying clothes to the parks.
  • Look out for the discount vouchers. They can be found in shops and restaurants such as the Golden Corral, throughout Florida.
  • Throughout the year there can be various free activities for kids (both young and old). Such as the Jacksonville Maritime Museum, and chocolate factory tours in Daytona Beach!  Yum!
  • Enjoy The Jungle Book: Alive With Magic at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
  • Discover Star Wars experiences at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
  • Embark on magical sailings on Frozen Ever After at Epcot.
  • Sing along with Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Tiana and Rapunzel at Disney’s Magic Kingdom.