Updated: Jun 9, 2021
Summer is almost here, and it's time to play. What better place to have all the fun imaginable than Disney? After being cooped up at home during the pandemic, parents and children are ready to ride the rollercoasters, taste the popcorn and see the Disney characters from a social distance of course.
Let's look at the top 5 experiences you can have at the magical world of Disney.
Ride the Main Attractions
Everyone has their favorite rides, and there are so many to choose from. Spinning teacups, scary rollercoasters, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror - which one can't you get enough of?
Get Wet and Wild
The water parks at Disney offer a great chance to cool off and splash around in massive swimming pools. Float down a lazy river, zoom down a water slide or just relax while the kiddies paddle around.
Meet the Animals
As well as meeting the animal characters, you can head to places like Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park to see real elephants, lions, zebras, and more jungle creatures. One of our favorite ones is the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake in Florida, the largest theme park on the globe.
Play Dress Up
Nothing is more fun than dressing up, and there are many costume places where families can dress up and have photos taken. Wave your wand and your kids might turn into superheroes or royalty. (When Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique opens up again)
Stay in a Disney-themed Room
Book a night at a resort at Disney and watch the kids delight in the fantasy surroundings. Rooms are decked out with themes like Lion King, Pirate, Little Mermaid and more. Being close to Disney and relaxing in luxury will be highlights of your stay.
Finally, we have a few helpful hints for your Disney adventure. Drink lots of water and wear a hat and sunblock. Remember to take lots of photos along the way and purchase Memory Maker®. Magic shots and scenic aerial shots (from a photopass cast member) and silly poses on the thrilling rides will fill up your holiday photo album.