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Tips for First Timers Taking the Family to Disney World

Last Updated On: 5/1/2014

Disney World is the place where everyone can be a kid again. Whether you’re 40 and traveling with the kids or you’re just going alone, there is fun to be had at every corner. When you take advantage of an all-inclusive deal to Disney World, you’ll get better deals on hotel stays, food and even the tickets into the park. Whether this is your first time visiting or your tenth, there are ways to get the most out of your trip to the Happiest Place on Earth.

When is the Best Time For First Timers to Visit Disney World?

There is a common misconception that if you go during the off-season you’ll miss the crowds at Disney World, but that isn’t true. There are always crowds at Disney World — and it doesn’t matter what month you’re there. But, if you want to avoid the lines, going when the park opens or opting for a weekday will help limit the amount of people you bump shoulders with.

Where to Eat at Disney World?

Disney World is a lot more than fast food and concession stands. In fact, they have some of the best restaurants in the world. From traditional African cuisine to fine dining, you aren’t going to have a bored palette at any of the Disney World locations. So, look around or scour the map when you first arrive. Each area of the park has a themed restaurant — and they’re all family-friendly.

What Rides are the Best?

That really depends on who is riding them. Most of Disney World’s rides are suitable for small kids, but there are height requirements. Some highlights you’ll find at Disney World include:

  • Finding Nemo Submarine – This was only added a few years ago, but it has grown in popularity. The voyage goes underwater and lets you see some amazing sets while you go on a hunt to find Nemo. The lines for this one are a little longer, but that is because it is a suitable ride for children of all ages.
  • Indiana Jones – Everyone knows the Indiana Jones ride. This thrilling adventure takes you through lava, fighting mummies and even giant snakes. It does have a height requirement, so younger children won’t be able to go on the ride.
  • Mickey and the Magical Map – This one has only been around since 2013, but it involves a Mickey trying to finish a map. Because it is in the theater, you’ll want to get the back row seats for the best experience.
  • Splash Mountain – During those hot times of the year, Splash Mountain will have a long line — but it is worth it. This log ride takes you on an exciting plunge that is sure to soak the entire boat. You still get to go through a storybook and enjoy some amazing scenes — and it is listed as a must-see by al travelers who go to Disney World.