15 Things NOT to Do at Disney
Disney vacations are expensive, and the last thing you want to do is get in trouble for breaking important rules or spend even more money for attractions or meals because you didn’t pay attention.
You also have to do your homework not just to preserve you sanity but also to make sure that your little ones enjoy the experience as much as possible. There are ways to avoid the gigantic lines even at the most popular attractions.
Disney, the most visited vacation resort in the world, can be the “happiest place on Earth” for the parents as well—if they know what to do in advance and what to bring and leave at home. Don’t break the bank and upset your child by making rookie mistakes.
Not going during busy seasons is an obvious advice, but it’s also often impossible to follow. This is when kids don’t have school. Crowds don’t have to be a deal breaker if you prepare well, and well in advance.
Don’t let the hordes people, tough-to-swallow costs, and an overwhelmingly extensive variety of entertainment options discourage you. Know the hacks to avoid common ways of wasting time at Disney World.