For many families, a visit to one of the many Disney theme parks takes years of planning and months of saving up for. With a lot of time, and even more financial commitment put into “the holiday of a life time” it’s worth planning ahead to make sure you have a holiday to remember.
Of course the first step decision is which park you should visit. Luckily, there are many tips, blog posts and infographics about Disney, including this one from My Voucher Codes which neatly summaries the differences between the six different Disney Parks.
Once you’ve decided where you will go, your next step is to think about what you need. Make sure you keep your park tickets somewhere safe and don’t forget to take your camera so you can capture those magical moments. As there is lots of walking to be done when in Disney, it is important you take water bottles with you and pack comfy shoes. Also, as part of the fun of Disney is meeting all your favourite characters in real life, it is important you don’t forget to take your autograph book with you. There are even some free things you can do at Disney, which includes hunting for hidden Mickeys.