Disney Travel Tips – 10 Days of Disney Video Tour

Disney Tips - 10 Days of Disney Videos

We’re celebrating the Magic of Disney!

For 10 days we released one video from our recent Disney trip.

Enjoy the magic of Disney in each of these video posts:

This July, Disney invited Janice and me to bring our families to shoot a series of videos at Disney World and on a Disney Cruise so that we could share with you the magic of Disney and help you plan your next Disney vacation.

We adore Disney and we can’t imagine a better place for a family vacation. We are honored to share our love of Disney here with you!

Disney Tips 1 Family Fun in the Magic Kingdom

Let the celebrating begin…

Here’s a video of us at the Magic Kingdom.

(In the video is Janice, her husband Phil, her children Jackson and Olivia, myself, my children Julia and Sophia and our mom, Joan. My husband sadly couldn’t get away from work and missed out on all the fun. Poor guy!)

After you watch the video, leave a comment telling us if you’ve ever been to Disney World or Disneyland and what your favorite attraction was and what your children liked the most. If you are still waiting to go, tell us what you and your kids are most looking forward to at Disney World.

And in the nature of full disclosure… Disney paid for our trip and produced these videos. But as you can imagine, they certainly didn’t need to pay us to love and gush about Disney… that just comes naturally. :)


  1. says

    Unfortunately, I’ve never had the pleasure of visiting any of the Disney theme parks yet but I’m really hoping to be able to take my kids one day. I’d love to see the Cindarella Castle at Magic Kingdom!

  2. Wakanda McClain says

    I have not been to Disney World but last year our family went on the Disney Cruise. I guess when we do get there I want to see Mickey and Minnie and all the shops and especially Main Street. My girls would love all the rides!

  3. says

    I went to DIsney at the age of 16 with my grandparents who have passed on Sadly I haven’t my family there it’s just unaffordable for us right now. My oldest is 20 and my youngest is 1.

    From what I remember my favorite was the parade.

  4. says

    I used to work in the travel industry and have been to Disney World quite a few times and my expectations were always exceeded.

    I also traveled there with my grandfather when I was little but was too small for Space Mountain so I went on Space Mountain 20 years later by myself on one of my work trips. When we were there with my grandfather who was in his 90’s, he was the biggest kid there but he cried when we rode It’s a Small World because he missed my Grandma who was not able to join us because she was in a nursing home.

    My sister, my parents and I had always planned a trip to Disney World when we had kids and together we have a 4 year old, two 3 year olds and a 6 month old, regrettably we have lost both of our parents in the past few years so our dream trip to return to Disney World is not possible.

    While it will not be the same, my sister and I are putting money away to take the kids and our hubbies to Disney World sometime in the next 3-5 years. We know our parents will be there with us in spirit.

  5. Amy B. says

    I have never been there but I do dream of it. I hope one day I can take my kids there. Seems like a magical place. I looked on the website and there are so many things I would like to do with my kids but to name one I would say the interactive theme park. I think that’s what it is called.

  6. says

    I went to Disney with my mom and dad when I was about 6 years old. It was the summer that the Dixie Land Mafia had a hit out on my family for 50K each.

    My father was a police officer that was a little too good at his job, and had stumbled into a case bigger than the department could handle. So the FBI packed us up and moved us to Florida where we had to get a new house, new school, new friends, new job and new names.

    I thought that we were just going for a trip. So I was happy and then profoundly sad. I remember in disparing, heart wrenching detail the day my Mickey Mouse ballon finally deflated and I knew we were not going “home”.

    I am not sure when I will take my two children (age 1 and 4) but the only roller coaster I will be on, will be an emmotional one. That is for sure.

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    Thanks for the chance to win a great prize.

  7. says

    I went to Disney as a child, maybe when I was 8 or 9. My family is tentatively planning another trip for next year. I’m very excited to take my kiddo!

  8. sara says

    what a great prize!
    Our favorite thing in Disney had to be the carousel. My baby girl rode it over and over again for at least an hour. IT was so magical!!

  9. says

    When we went to Disney, our girls were 5 and 7, and all they cared about was meeting the Princesses!! So, we made the rounds with our camera and autograph book and they were in heaven!

  10. says

    Loved watching your family have a blast. I have been to Disney World twice with my kids and 3 times as a kid myself and Hubby has now been twice. I have also been to Disney Land once. I personally prefer World over Land but that is just me.

    My fave part has to be watching the kids go nuts. It is a place made just for them and their eyes are almost too small to take it all in. I think their favorite part was the Jungle tour. They had a blast on that ride.

  11. Michelle says

    I’ve been visiting Disney World since it opened, but my favorite Disney Experience has to have been the first time I brought my daughter – then a toddler. She was totally memorized :) Character Dining at the Crystal Palace has to have been her highlight; and a hug from Piglet was the icing on her cake.

    We visited Disneyland in ’07 when we met her half-brother and his family. I think, for me, that is my most memorable Disney vacation.

    I am hoping that one day we’ll manage one of the Disney Cruises.

  12. says

    I can’t wait to take our boys to Disney World! I remember just loving everything about it as a kid. They’ll look forward to the Cars and Toy Story attractions, I’m sure.

  13. Ivy says

    Growing up on the West Coast, I’ve been to Disneyland dozens of times, but I’ve been to Disney World twice for business conventions there and love going to Hollywood Studios theme park.

    We even went to Disneyland the week we were married. Now we’re looking forward to going back there with our little one to see it with brand new eyes!

  14. says

    We just took our son to Disney World for the first time last winter – I think he most liked getting to see the characters live and in person! My husband and I loved the Toy Story ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We can’t wait to go back again!

  15. says

    I grew up in Florida, just a few hours from Disney. We went once a year. I haven’t been able to take my kids yet. My Mom took my oldest, when she was 3. The one thing she talked about for a long time was kissing Mickey on the nose, lol.

    I’ve always loved the teacups & the Haunted Mansion. I’m hoping we get to go sometime soon!

  16. says

    We’ve never been. We’re waiting for the kids to get a little bit older. I hear there’s a fireworks show at night in front of the castle that’s great. If this is indeed true, I think that’d be great.

  17. Julie says

    I definately want to take my children to Disney World and will someday. I always dreamed through that we would be able to travel with some of thier friends at the same time. Maybe thier grand parents. Disney World seems like such a special trip I couldn’y imagine not sharing it with loved ones.

  18. says

    I want to take my 2 boys to Disney World, but just I’m holding off til they are a couple years older. I want them to remember the magic, oh, I want to see that Castle so beautiful, the rides look like so much fun, and yall look like you had a blast.

  19. says

    What a great video! How fun!

    My favorite park at Disney World is Hollywood Studios (I thought it was called MGM when did they change that?) Guess it’s been too long and we need to go back. Favorite ride is Tower of Terror!

    Hubby and I are big kids at heart, no little ones at home but we have just as much fun. I would love to get back soon. And hey if Disney wants to send two big adult kids there to video our experience, by all means feel free to contact me!

    Looking forward to watching all the videos.

  20. says

    I haven’t been since I was a kid, and back then I loved the “It’s a Small World” ride! We’re hoping to take our kids soon, I’m afraid they’ll love the same ride 😉

  21. Ellen C. says

    My husband and i went to Disney World for our honeymoon and we’re bringing our son in October. My favorite attraction is “It’s A Small World”. Thanks so much for the chance.

  22. says

    I have been to Disneyland. My favorite “ride” was the little It’s a Small World. Isn’t that silly? I was only in my early twenties and not a Mommy yet. I guess I was just a kid at heart and the puppets singing the song just stuck in my mind more than anything else!

  23. says

    Well my son and I have never been to Disney but would love to go. It is actual one of the things on my list of BIG To Do’s. I don’t know if we will ever get there but the dream is alive in our hearts. I know the one thing my son is looking forward to do one day is ride the monorail. What I look forward to is the time spent with my son having fun and just being a kid all over again.

  24. Dezi Allen says

    I’ve never been to Disneyworld but can’t wait until I can go with my husband and 4 boys. I’m not even sure what all the attractions are, but since my boys still adore all things Toy Story, we’d probably have to see if they have a Buzz ride or something very first.

  25. kimberly ficorilli says

    My husband and I went in May 2003 for our Honeymoon. I have many wonderful memories from when we went and I am lookig foward to taking m sons in a few years. One of my favorite things to see was the castle. Thanks for running this contest!

  26. says

    I’ve been to Disneyland once when I was a teenager (many moons ago) and I think the attraction I loved the best was Pirates of the Carribean. It was so innovative at that time and I loved the adventure of it!

    My kids have never had the opportunity to go, with me being a single disabled mom – it just wasn’t something that would ever be in our budget. They look longingly at it, and it would be a fun vacation but not in the cards for us. It is too bad, as it is truly something all kids should be able to experience. Loved the video – brought back a lot of memories!


  27. says

    The first time I went to DW, I was 12 years old. It was actually still fairly new. A few years later, my family moved to Florida. I ended up going to high school and college in northern Florida, and then moving to the Ft. Lauderdale area after graduation. I lost track of the number of times I went, but I haven’t been back since the early 90s.

    I now have a 3-year-old daughter whose greatest desire is to visit DW and meet the princesses. We’re planning to take her when she’s five.

  28. says

    We LOVE all things Disney, so it’s really hard to narrow it down to just one favorite thing. We were just there in January of this year and loved every minute of it.
    I actually host the Destination Disney meme on my blog. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been “well-attended”. I wish more people would pick it up and participate. Disney is just SO FUN!

  29. beth says

    We took our little girl 2 summers ago. Her favorite was going to see The Little Mermaid. It was a live show with puppets. SHE LOVED IT.

  30. Jen W says

    We love Disney! We have gone to Disney World several times with family and it is our favorite place to vacation. The first time we went my youngest was only 16months and even he had a blast! We went again in Dec 2007 and took all 3 kiddos who were 6, 4, and 15 months. My older 2 loved the characters, though they scared my little one! My oldest is a roller coaster kid -he LOVED the Rock n Roll Coaster. My middle kiddo was crazy for Pirates of the Carribean, and my little one went nuts for the carousel. My husband and I loved watching the kids, hanging out by the pool at Animal Kingdom Lodge, shopping at Downtown Disney – I don’t think we had a favorite! We are trying to plan another trip for 2010, hopefully we’ll be able to save enough money to go :)

  31. Karen says

    I live in Orlando so it might be hard to believe that I have only been to Walt Disney World two or three times with my children. My son loves the Barn Stormer roller coaster that is in the Toon Town area. I think it’s because it was the first roller coaster he ever went on. My favorites are the Pirates of the Caribbean and It’s a Small World. My daughter, who is 2 1/2, will agree with me on the It’s a Small World choice.

    I know my kids would love to win one of these gift packs. It sounds like there could be some great things to use as Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance!

  32. says

    I’ve been to both Disney World and Disneyland. I can’t wait to bring my girls to Disney World someday. My DH and I went to Disneyland when I was just 5 months pregnant with the girls. As we went through It’s a Small World, I couldn’t stop thinking about sharing the magic with our little boy or girl someday. My other favorite attractions are Pirates of the Carribean and the Tikki room. Hopefully it’ll just be a few more years before the girls are ready for Disney!

  33. says

    I’ve been to Disney World three times – twice as a child and once on my honeymoon. :) My favorite attractions changed over time – as a kid I loved the teacups and the Swiss Family Robinson tree house at the Magic Kingdom. On our honeymoon trip, I can’t really think of a specific favorite – I loved every moment of it!

    We’re trying to save up so that we can hopefully take our 3 girls there in the next year or two – I know that they would absolutely love it. My older girls would be excited about meeting the princesses – and my youngest would be absolutely thrilled to see Mickey Mouse in person. :)

  34. says

    I’ve been three times. My favorite Disney attraction is actually Epcot in general. I love it. I have to add that my husband (and boys) has/have never been. We’re planning a trip for a year or two from now. They’re answer as to what they’re most looking forward to is: BUZZ LIGHTYEAR!

  35. says

    My family and I absolutely love Disney! Now that I have kids, its even more fun than I ever remembered. Seeing it through there eyes, is better than I could imagine. My daughter is 5 and has been there twice. We just went this past January and had a wonderful time.

    My favorite ride was Splash Mountain. It was just me and my 4 yr old at the time and we had an amazing ride. I couldn’t believe how adventerous she was.

    My son is to young to ask what is favorite thing was but if you ask my daughter she would not be able to decide. But she loved meeting all the pricesses and having dinner with them. She also loved the fireworks and riding the monorail!

    Can not wait to go back! Maybe the cruise next time!?

  36. says

    My first visit to the Magic Kingdom was in January 1972, 3 months after the park opened. I was 5 years old and that is when my love of Disney began. We all LOVE Splash Mountain and Peter Pan.

  37. says

    Disney is my favorite place on Earth. Hubby and I loved taking our girls 4 years ago and we are planning another trip this January.
    The best thing was lunch with Cinderella. It doesn’t get any better than that with girls!

  38. Pam says

    We had a fabulous time at Disney World 2 years ago. Besides all of the rides and parades, the best part was that we could eat there without having to worry about my son’s food allergies. The chefs were marvelous!

  39. says

    My favorite Disney ride was Splash Mountain. Absolutely LOVED it!

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  40. says

    We went to DisneyWorld two years ago during the week after Thanksgiving. The Christmas decorations were up and it was lightly attended during that time, so we had very short waits for everything. Our favorite was Soaring at Epcot. It is truly a magical experience!

  41. Adrienne says

    The only time I have ever been to Disney World was when I was 2 yrs old. I was to young to remember anything. I hope to one day take the family there. I really want to see Magic Kingdom.

  42. Elli says

    i’ve not been able to take my family to disney – maybe someday, it looks like it would be a dream vacation. and cinderella’s castle always looks so magical.

  43. christy rose says

    We went to Disney in 2005. My favorite thing about it was the courteous employees. Each one of them made our trip delightful.
    I would love to take my family on a Disney Cruise.

  44. Yanci Gonzalez says

    We went in July of 2009 -My favorite experience in Disney was seeing my daughter Isabella’s face light up from meeting the disney fairies. This experience was so magical from seeing her favorite come from the small screen to reality. It was like her seeing her best friends for the first time in person. Her experience enabled her to express herself trust me watching your child use words to tell the fairies i love your shoes! to wow you blow bubbles and i love you tinkerbell. Was magical. Disney puts so much time in picking the right person to play these personas bringing their personalities to reality and ensuring that their experience was ever lasting in our childs minds.

  45. says

    I haven’t been to Disney yet, but we did look through on of their videos and I would love to just see the hotels. I saw so many that had fun characters all around.

  46. says

    That video was AWESOME. Very well done. Who is your videographer?

    Oh, and I love all things Disney. Such a magical brand. I read “How to Be Like Walt” by Pat Williams and Jim Denney several months ago…and loved it. Walt was brilliant – and he left such an amazing legacy.

    Splash Mountain is probably my favorite ride in the Magic Kingdom, but I also LOVE the parades and the shows. They’re so perfectly executed.

    My family and I are actually going to DisneyLAND at the end of the month – and our almost-3-year-old is SO excited (as our we). I won’t be riding the teacups though. Those spinny-spinny rides make me sick. 😉

    Looking forward to your “10 days.”

    – Stephanie

  47. says

    I just went to Disneyland with some girlfriends this summer and my favorite ride was the Toy Story ride where you actually got to shoot the targets! That was cool.
    I kept thinking I would have loved to have my son there, but he’s only 2… in a couple more years I am totally taking him and he will love all the characters!
    I’ve never been to Disneyworld.

  48. says

    Wow you guys look like you had a lot of fun. I have to say your video totally excited me. We are headed for our first family trip to Disney World in October. My kids are 5 & 7 and they can not wait…neither can Mom and Dad, lol.

    This will be my first trip in more than 10 yrs. I know a lot has changed since then.

    I’m going to add a Post to my Blog about your Giveaway.

    Thanks for the Great Video!

  49. Angel S. says

    We LOVE Disney~~ We used to go every year with our older son, but my youngest is still waiting for his next visit!! The thing is everytime we have gone I have thought that this was the best age to go for our kids. There is something for everyone at Disney!!

  50. says

    I’m 33 years old and never been to Disney. Can you believe it?
    Growing up, we always lived far from FL and far from CA, and had a very low income, so it never happened.
    I would love to go someday. If it were sometime soon, I think my daughter would LOVE meeting the princesses! (She is almost 3 and really loves princesses.) But I would love to go sometime when all the kids are older, a little more independent and would enjoy it and remember it! . . . someday :)

  51. Noralee says

    I had the pleasure of going to Disney the first year that it opened! I was 15 and my mother, her best friend, my best friend and her younger brother loaded into a car and drove from La. to Fl. for vacation. It was one of the most memorable trips of my childhood. We loved every minute of Disney. We did all that we could in one day. I can’t say what my favorite thing was because it was all so surreal. I remember the hall of the presidents, the haunted house, the boat rides, the small world village and the Disney character PARADE!! I have always wanted to bring my children and now my grand children.

  52. says

    I’ve never been to Disneyworld or Disneyland and I’ve always wanted to go. My daughter is only 10 months old, but I’m already saving up for a trip in 2011 (when she’s 3). I’ve got the Disney vacation planner DVD and I even have a notebook for ideas of what I want to do! My daughter has some medical issues so I’m praying that she will be well enough to go when she turns 3. She had surgery scheduled this past June and on the day she was admitted the Disney characters visiting all the sick kids. Mini Mouse and the Disney volunteers came right into our room, took polaroid pictures and gave my daughter her very own Mickey Mouse doll. We were both so excited! It was such a magical moment and I think Disney is such a wonderful company to have thought of this. Even if we never get to go to Disneyworld, we will always have the time that Disney came to us.

  53. says


    Can’t wait to one day (hopefully very soon) take the boys to WDW.

    My favorite trip was with Brad in college. We were there sun up to sun down taking in the magic, young and in love.

  54. Rebecca says

    I love Disneyland! My favorite attraction is the California Screamin’ roller coaster at the Disney’s California Adventure Park.

  55. Renee Turner says

    Our favorite attraction at Disney World about 6 years ago was at the Animal Kingdom and it was the Festival of the Lion King. Great show! My daughter still talks about it.

  56. says

    We went to Magic Kingdom this past summer. My two boys, ages 3 and 2, were “enchanted” by the Disney parade. They loved it! I also loved watching them meet Mickey and Minnie. Their faces were priceless and had the look of “do I really get to meet and hug MICKEY AND MINNIE MOUSE”!! Priceless moment!!! We loved it!!

  57. says

    I have not gotten to experience Disney World yet but I’m still trying to convince my husband that we HAVE to go! I just wanna meet Mickey :) Oh and I’m sure the kids would love it too!!

  58. says

    What a wonderful video! Looks like ya’ll had so much fun!

    I would love to take my son since he’s never been there. I’ve only been once, when I was 15. I’m sure he’s be excited to ride the Dumbo ride!

  59. Vickie Couturier says

    Its been decades since I went to the park in Florida,never been to California,but my favorite at that time was at MGM an it was the aerosmith ride

  60. says

    I haven’t been to either yet but I’m looking forward to ALL of it – the experience, the sites, the smells, the Fireworks! Oh yes… I wanna go!

  61. says

    My husband and I LOVE Disneyland. We look forward to taking our 3 year old daughter with us. Also, we would really like to see Disney World the next time we go. As a mom, I am looking forward to the great meal plan deals. As a family, we are looking forward to the memories we will create!

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  62. Chrissy says

    We went to Disneyland almost every year growing up. We’d camp out across the street in our camper and basically walk over to the entrance. I always loved the Teacups and Space Mountain! When I got older, it was Thunder Mountain Railroad. So fun!

  63. says

    I visited Disney as a teenager, had a great time. I can’t begin to imagine how much MORE fun it would be to visit with my four little boys. Meeting the characters would be at the top of their list of things to do, I am sure!

  64. says

    Wow, looks like you guys had so much fun! We went a couple years back, when we just had one little one who was about 18 months and he LOVED the Disney characters. I think they were the highlight of the trip for him. My husband and I are just like kids again ourselves when we are there, we just love everything about Disney World! We were hoping to go again this year, but finances got in the way. Hoping to go again next year!!

  65. says

    Never been yet but my neighbors went this spring and said it was awesome! Chloe loves Disney princesses and I am sure her biggest thing would be Cinderella and her castle!!

  66. says

    Growing up in Florida, my husband and myself have been to Walt Disney World many, many times. We have taken our daughter there a few times now and our son went for his first Magical Kingdom trip back in February of this year!

    The kids’ favorite ride is definitely Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin!

    We are planning a trip next month for our daughter’s 6th birthday and we cannot wait to go! They will each get to experience Animal Kingdom for the first time and I am sure they will LOVE it!

  67. says

    I have been to Disney World twice – once with my parents in 1992, and once with my husband and friends in 2003. My daughter, 29 months, has never been. I can’t wait to take her! I think she will love the castle…she likes to look at my pictures of it. I have a really cute picture of my friend and I with Chip & Dale – so much fun! thanks!

  68. says

    I worked at Walt Disney World for two years, 1988 to 1990. I loved being able to go into the parks on my time off and play to my heart’s content. My favorite attraction to visit is in EPCOT Center: The American Pavilion. You have to start out seeing the a capella singers (I’ve forgotten what they call that group), then move inside for the animatronic presentation. It’s amazing and inspiring.

  69. says

    I’ve never been and I’m DYING to go. I think my favorite thing would be watching my little girl meet the princesses. I can only imagine the delight on her face.

  70. barbie says

    Disney is a vaction that never lets us down:) Always a great time and the cast members always go above and beyond.Hard to give extra pointers on taking kids to Disney because they take care of it all!!!!!

  71. Leann says

    I love Disney World! My husband and I have been a couple of times before we had kids. My son is only 2, so I think we will wait a while before we go to Disney World since we are on the the west coast. We will probably go to Disney Land in California first. It was good to see some of the rides that even the younger kids can go on. My son is just starting to get into Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, so I think he would like the parade the most. I’m sure he would also love the carousel because he would get to ride a horse.

  72. says

    What a timely posting. I’ve never been to Disney, but we just booked our Florida vacation last night. We’re starting to plan a couple days at Disney and I’m really looking forward to what else you reveal!

  73. says

    I have actually always loved watching the fireworks at the end of the night. I have been to disney world once (only to magic kingdom) and disney land 2x. I can’t wait to someday take my daughter.

  74. Pamk says

    we’ve been to WDW about 5 times and I and the kiddos love it. The boys love the rides and I love to meet the characters. I am a kid at heart lol.

  75. Becky says

    We just recently went to DL in June of 09. We took our 7 month old and our 2 year old. There was never a dull moment. From the Jungle cruise to the Carousel to the Dumbo ride. The little ones did super and looked adorable in their Micket ears. I’d do it again in a heartbeat.

  76. says

    What an incredibly fun time you all had. I live in Southern California and go to Disneyland more than a few times a month. We are a huge Disney family. Every time someone’s birthday comes along we all meet at Disneyland. Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, brothers, sisters cousins and sometimes a friend or two. Other times we go just because we absolutely love Disneyland. My husband and at times will do nothing but walk around and look at all the gorgeous gardens.
    If we have the grandchildren with us we always have to ride the Carousel, Toy Story, Buzz Light-year and of course Small World and The Pirates of the Caribbean.
    I have never been to Walt Disney World but I know I will someday. I have always wanted to go to Epcot in the spring and see the Flower & Garden Festival.
    I also have to say that I see in your video that I like the Splash Mountain boats at Disney World better than the single row seat boat on Splash Mountain at Disneyland. Big Smile!!
    We love Disneyland and I am proudly displaying your Disney button in our sidebar!!

  77. says

    I went long ago with my family and I enjoyed Epcot center. I cannot wait until I can take my children. I think they would enjoy the family rides.


  78. says

    Hard to choose my favorite, tea cups and Its a small world would be the two favs. Went to Disney World in 1989 and again in 1995. Would love to go again.

  79. says

    Our favorite attraction at Walt Disney World is Space Mountain! We love that it’s in the dark so you don’t know when the next turn is coming up! We’re taking our twins this year for the first time for their 6th birthday, so we’re looking forward to seeing what their favorite attraction will be!

  80. says

    I went to Disney World when I was 9. My favorite attraction was It’s a Small world. Hopefully we will be taking our sons down there within the next 2 years and I can’t wait to see how much everything has changed. Please enter my name into the drawing.

  81. says

    I’ve been to Disney World 4 times! The last time being in April 2008, which was my kids first time there. The ride we all liked the most was Test Track in Epcot.

  82. says

    I have always loved Space Mountain and the Haunted Mansion. We are going next July with my son for the first time and I cannot wait! I especially want to take him to the Lion King show, I heard that is supposed to be amazing!

  83. says

    I went to Disney World with my family when i was in Elementary school. I lover Thunder mountain and splash mountain. I think I would enjoy space mountain way more as an adult than I did as a kid!

  84. Courtney says

    I have been to Disney World 3 times — when I was 8 years old, my senior trip in high school and as part of a conference in 2004. We are taking our two children (almost-3 year old & 4 1/2 year old) to Disney World for their first trip in FOUR weeks!!! I’m so excited to see the parks through their eyes :) I love the Epcot World Showcase and I also love Magic Kingdom (no specific ride — just walking through the park). Love Disney World!

  85. Lisa says

    My family and I went with some friends to Disney for my birthday this past March. They are offering free admission on your birthday for “2009” We had a blast. We were there when it opened and saw the start of the parade until they closed with another parade and fireworks. My son couldn’t wait so shake hands with Tigger and Pooh. I think the Winne the Pooh ride was his favorite as well. We had so much fun we can’t wait to go again!

  86. Heather says

    I’ve been to Disneyworld a couple times with my parents and gramma and cousins, but my husband and I have never been there with our 2 young kids. My favorite ride was always the pirates ship ride!

  87. CherylS22 says

    I’ve been to Disney World & Epcot Center many times – it’s one of the most magical places! An old favorite in Disney World is the Haunted Castle & one of my newer favorites is the Buzz Lightyear ride.

  88. says

    We ADORE Disney World which is why we moved to Celebration, FL… we go all the time. My favorite rides are Cinderella’s Carousel and It’s a Small World (I’m a kid at heart) and my youngest son LOVES Aerosmith’s Rockin Roller Coaster, while the oldest loves Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. The Hubs is a huge fan of Twilight Zone Tower of Terror… so needless to say we spend days and days there.

  89. says

    I’m a big BIG kid at heart and my favorite attraction at all of the parks is seeing the characters, even at my age it’s a magical experience. I think everyone reverts back to their childhood when they see Mickey in person!

  90. says

    I’ve been to Disney 7 times!! 3 times just me and my son and 3 times with my daughter as well and we still love it! I’ve also been to Disneyland once, alone!

  91. says

    We have visited both Disneyworld and Disneyland. Our most recent visit was Disneyland. My favorite attraction is Soaring, my sons is California Screaming, and my daughters is Its a Small World

  92. says

    I have never been to Disney anything. I would just love to go to see it all….the Safari, the “It’s a small world”, and dear old Mickey. All of my grands except one have gotten to go and I am so glad they have. Believe me, I loved the pictures.

  93. Elizabeth M. says

    We have never been to Disney World. If we were to go we would like to go to Dinoland and to see Mickey & Donald. My son would also like to see McQueen in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

  94. says

    We’ve been to WDW many times. My dd9 loves Star Tours, My dd8 loves the Merry go Round and my dd4 LOVED the Pirates of the Carribean ride. I just enjoy being and spending time with my family.

  95. CINDY says

    I haven’t been to Disney World in 8 or 9 years but I LOVE Epcot; we are planning to go next summer and can’t wait to go there with our son!

  96. says

    My husband and I love EPCOT but for the little ones, we go to Magic Kingdom at least twice a year. They love Its a Small World and Buzz Light Year.

  97. amy says

    I’ve never been – my husband has though and his mom always talks about taking the whole family there. I look forward to epcot! And I think my little one would look forward to – everything! Especially the characters!

  98. says

    Love, love, love Disney World and Disney Land. We have been blessed with the opportunity to enjoy both a couple of times in the last 2 years. My favorite attraction is Expedition Everest!

  99. says

    we have never been to DisneyWorld and that is our families dream vacation. But we do live in sunny california and have been to Disneyland many times!! My favorite ride ever since i was little was Space Mountain!

  100. says

    I’ve been twice….once when I was 9 and again my senior year in high school for Senior Night. Love it! I can’t wait to share it with my children — my son will love the Toy Story exhibits, and my daughter will swoon over the princess props, rides, and characters.

  101. Melissa says

    Our family has been to Disney 5 times and our favoirte ride is Buzz Lightyear. Our kids have a blast trying to shoot lasers at the “bad” guys.

  102. Val Pearson says

    My husband and I went to Disneyland on our honeymoon. Oh my gosh, you talk about fun! I said “Let’s go on the Small small world ride” He said “We can’t leave! IT’S OUR HONEYMOON!” I said “Are you kidding me? We are at DISNEYLAND! I can see you the rest of my life!” Guess who won? ha ha ….. I got to go on my Small World ride. Coincidently, it was on my honeymoon that I first threw up (being pregnant with my first daughter, without even knowing it!) Disneyland will always hold a special place in my heart!

  103. Deb Saleken says

    My husband and I are regulars at Disneyland, we have done many, many trips. Our favourite ride there is Peter Pan. The best memory for me is running down the street pulling my daughter(who was five) saying “hurry, we are going to miss meeting Cinderlla”…when we got to her stood in line to take a picture with her, my daughter wouldn’t get in the picture. I think I was more excited than she was.

  104. Kristen says

    My favorite ride ever since I went to Disney World at the age of 10 is Big Thunder Mountain. Doesn’t matter how long the line is when I go, I will wait to ride it again and again.

  105. says

    We took our two girls to Disney World when they were very small. I remember “everything” in the Magic Kingdom being there favorite. Since that time we had a Son and always wanted to take them all back. We never could afford it, and they are all adults now. And we have one Grand daugher 2 years old, who has not been.
    I believe you are never to old to enjoy Disney. I know family and friends that go every year.So we are still hopeful and would love to surprise our Children with the Disney vacation, they never got.

  106. says

    I just put the button on my blog and I love this themed giveaway! How awesome of you to host!!

    We’ve only been to Disney once, but my favorite thing were the live shows, I just love the 3-D bugs life where all the water shoots out at you and you feel like you’ve been sneezed on lol =)

  107. says

    I swear I’m so cheesy but….seeing Cinderella is still my favorite part. Oh how it brings me instantly to my childhood….I can feel like what I see in my 2 year daughter’s eyes in an instant!

  108. says

    We haven’t been before, but are planning to next year. I can’t wait to experience Space Mountain and for my kids to meet all the wonderful characters.

  109. says

    We went to Disney World for her daughter’s Make-a-Wish Trip before her brain surgery. She doesn’t remember a lot of it due to short term memory loss after surgery but she did LOVE meeting the characters. When we go through photos she loves to see herself standing next to each of them and has their autographs too. It was a trip full of priceless moments and I sure wish we could go back one day soon.

  110. says

    I’ve been to Disneyland, but have always wanted to go to DisneyWorld. Someday, I will go. We all love Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Space Mountain, and the Buzz Lightyear: Astro Blaster rides the best. I can’t wait to go again!

  111. Shawn C. says

    Awesome video! We went to Disney World a 1 1/2 years ago and it was AMAZING! We stayed at the Polynesian which was an awesome hotel…very friendly hotel employees…we were able to stay for 10 days, and made it a super special trip for us all. Lots of favorites, one of our faves was the Lion King show at the Animal Kingdom. My son loved Epcot, and going to each of the countries and getting his Epcot passport stamped! I so want to go back!

  112. says

    I haven’t been fortunate enough to take my kids to Disneyland yet. The kids and I often talk about the castle and seeing where the princesses are at. They, also, want to see the show with all the characters. I want to take them to Epcot to see all the different countries as well as Space Mountain.

    I twitted the video as well to all of my friends.


  113. says

    We’ve never been to Disney World but with 3 kids this definitely is on our wish list. The youngest is 2 so we want to wait a bit more so she will actually remember that she’s been. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway, the kids would flip if I would win this. Fingers crossed!

  114. says

    When we do go to Diney World we would definitely stay in the Disney hotel and have breakfast with Mickey, this is something the kids really want to do.

    PS: for my facebook comment my username on Facebook is (Ann Guns)

  115. says

    I’ve never been to Disney World, but I LOVE Disneyland. I had my honeymoon there and we go whenever we can. It’s been a year and a half since we were there. My favorite is Splash Mountain. My son love Soarin Over California. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  116. says

    I have been to Disney World once in 1989 LOL, but have been to Disneyland several times and LOVE it!.. Funny thing I would love to go back to Disney World and go to the EPCOT center and drink the different beers of the world although I don’t like beer it would just be fun with my girlfriends to do.

    My favorite ride is the dumbo ride. Chloe loves it and I loved it as little girl it brings so many memories back.!

  117. says

    I have never been but would love to take my daughter really bad. I heard they have a disney princess makeover and I would love to take her to do that.

  118. says

    I have been to Disney several times, but what I am most looking forward to is taking my 2 girls soon. I look forward to my 3 year old dressing up and getting to meet the princesses!

  119. andrea v says

    I went a few yrs ago for a conference and did not take my son. I’ve wanted to take my kids ever since. They ar 2 and 4 and I’m planning on waiting a few more yrs so they are a little older. I loved the peter pan ride and the castle was so pretty. I know they will enjoy it.

  120. Kodie says

    When it comes to Disney World, I’m a 5 year old stuck in a 21 year old’s body…no joke. The first time I went to DW was when I was 12 or 13 and then again about a week before my 18th birthday. I didn’t care that I was almost an “adult”…I waited in every line that I could to get my picture taken with characters.

    My favorite part were the fireworks at the end of the night. Sitting there watching the parade and then the fireworks makes you feel like a kid again, no matter how old you are. And seeing Tinkerbell fly down to the castle is the most magical thing ever. I’m hoping to visit again in a couple years with my friend and her two daughters…they will love it! I love seeing that look on a little kid’s face when they meet Mickey and/or Minnie for the first time.

  121. says

    It has been SO long since I have been to Disney World. Really all I remember is the E.T. attraction and the parade. I cannot wait to take my kids. I figured out that if we wait until my oldest is 7, it would take $15 a week for the next five years. OMG! But, I know every second is worth it!

  122. Andrea H says

    I have never been to Disney but I would love to take my boys. Their favorite part would probably be meeting all the characters.

  123. Carol says

    We’ve been to Disney World many times, and are going back in November. Our kids always loved the Haunted Mansion, but my absolute fave is Philharmagic in the Magic Kingdom.

  124. Jeanette Jackson says

    I have only been to Disneyworld once and that was almost 20 years ago on my honeymoon. I loved everything..the rides, the attractions, and the characters

  125. Lisa says

    I haven’t been to Disney World yet, I’ll take my son when he’s a bit older. I’m sure he’d enjoy meeting Mickey Mouse and going on all the fun rides!

  126. The Smith Family: Michael, Dawna, Tony, Nate, and Johnny. says

    My wish would be an all expense paid trip for my family to any Disney Land Park. Its hard to say to your little ones, “Someday we will go there because daddy and mommy cannot afford it right now.” But it is kind of cute when you ask them, why do you want to go to Disney Land? There answer, “Because I do…with my balls and my ship.” Not sure why they exactly say that, but it is am answer.


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