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Spring break is such a busy time at Disney World. Ride wait times can be longer than usual and you may be surprised by how hot Florida can be in April. I am going to share with you the top 5 tips for visiting during spring break. Be sure to purchase your park tickets ahead of time. This will save you a lot of time and you can simply bypass the ticket line and go directly to the gates to enter the park. You can purchase tickets directly on the Disney website. Many first timer's do not realize the importance of arriving to the park when it first opens. I always recommend arriving at or even before the rope drop. This will allow you to have a head start to your first ride of choice :) Always have a game plan.
- Purchase park tickets ahead of time
- Arrive at the theme park at rope drop
- Pack plenty of snacks and lunch to avoid waiting in long food lines
- Make your ADR's (advanced dining reservations) ahead of time
- Take a mid afternoon break to avoid the heat
Don't try to do everything in one day. Pace yourself, enjoy the moment and take time to see the details, take some photos too.
My kids favorite activity on vacation was visiting the pools at the resort
Take time to relax and enjoy a leisure train ride at Magic Kingdom, you'd be surprised, kids enjoy the little things too :)
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