Indiana Jones at Disneyland

Indiana Jones Adventure Overview | Disneyland Attractions

Published by Bobby Asen

If you’re brave enough, follow Indiana Jones into the Temple of the Forbidden Eye. Indiana Jones Adventure Details Disneyland Resort Disneyland Location in Park Adventureland Height Restrictions 46” or taller Age Interests Kids, Tweens, Teens, and Adults Thrill Type Thrill ride, dark, small drops and loud Hours Park open to park close Wait Times Average […]

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The Roller Coasters Of Walt Disney World

Published by Erika Lucas

Although Walt Disney World is known for their family-friend attractions, there are plenty of rides that will entertain thrill-seekers. Currently, there are seven roller coasters, or thrill rides as Disney likes to call them, across Disney World, with two more coasters on the horizon. Here is the lowdown on these exciting roller coaster attractions to […]

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14 Disney Attractions That Almost Were

Published by Erika Lucas

Over the years, Disney has created hundreds of historical attractions across the globe, many of which have become landmarks in American pop culture. However, the Imagineering talents at Disney have brainstormed thousands of ideas over the years that have never gotten off the ground. These never-built attractions may not be available for guests to experience, […]

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Disney DVC Bay Lake Tower

Is Pool Hopping Allowed At Disney Resorts?

Published by Shelley Wehler

Guests of Walt Disney World resorts often ponder if pool hopping is allowed at the Disney resorts?  There is typically at least one pool, and often many pools, at each Disney Resort where you can cool off and relax while you’re not visiting the parks. But once you start traveling around Disney property, you may begin […]

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A Picky Eater’s Guide To Disney World

Published by Erika Lucas

Visiting Walt Disney World with a picky eater can be a unique challenge. For me, eating my way around the parks is one of my favorite things to do. But for some, finding something to eat may not be as easy. We’re here to give you some tips and tricks for traveling with a picky […]

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Model train at Disney's EPCOT

10 Hidden Disney World “Attractions” Your Kids Will Love

Published by Shelley Wehler

When traveling to Walt Disney World, there are so many signature attractions that you KNOW your kids will love – Dumbo, the Kilimanjaro Safari, Frozen Ever After, and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway to name a few.  Their entrances are grand and eye-catching and they often have long wait times listed on the My Disney […]

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Tri Circle D Ranch at Walt Disney World

What Is Disney’s Tri-Circle-D Ranch?

Published by Emily Murray

Tri-Circle-D Ranch: The Home of Disney’s Horses Walt Disney had a passion for animals and especially horses. Because of this, horses are integral to many of the experiences offered at Walt Disney World. Equines can be found on Main Street U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom as they pull the Main Street Trolley. During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween […]

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These Original Attractions Remain At Walt Disney World 50 Years Later

Published by Shelley Wehler

The 50th anniversary of the opening of Walt Disney World is just days away! As we approach this monumental celebration on October 1, 2021, I found myself wondering, “which opening day attractions are still there 50 years later?” Magic Kingdom was the first and only park to open in 1971 at Walt Disney World, but […]

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Sanaa Restaurant at Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas

Best Budget-Friendly Table Service Restaurants At Disney Vacation Club Resorts

Published by Erika Lucas

I previously did an article that featured the best budget-friendly quick service restaurants at DVC resorts, but there are so many delicious table-service options that I wanted to highlight as well. All of these locations offer diverse menus that will please your palate, but won’t deplete your wallet. Many of these locations are hidden gems […]

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Empty atrium aboard Disney Dream Cruise during COVID

My First Disney Cruise Sailing Since COVID-19

Published by Erika Lucas

Over Labor Day weekend, my family and I set sail on a three-night sailing on the Disney Dream out of Port Canaveral. I was a little worried that cruise wouldn’t be enjoyable because of all the COVID regulations that are in place, but I am happy to report that I was wrong! We had an […]

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