Visiting Disney World with children is a lot.
It comes with enormous challenges, but it is also a lot more fun when you follow these tips.
Let them in on the planning
Planning a Disney World vacation is part of the fun of going on one.
Make the planning a family event.
It's the best way to do Disney World with children.
Getting input from your kids can sometimes give you a surprising perspective on their preferences.
It also helps to set expectations for the trip, so that everybody is on the same page and has some skin in the game.
Remember them when selecting Fastpasses
When doing Disney World with children don't overlook the "kid" attractions when the time comes to select Fastpasses.
Some of them have really long standby lines and you don't want to miss out.
Remember also, that Fastpasses can be reserved for character meet and greets.
This is easy to overlook, but it might be the thing your kid wants most of all.
Best restaurants for Disney World with children...
There are so many fun restaurants for kids.
They really get into the theming and the more unusual the better!
Pick your reservations for the best restaurants for kids, including the ones with Character Meals.
As you decide on where to eat, study the Disney Check Kids Meals.
Some restaurants do them better than others.
Take advantage of kid prices
From 3-9 years your kids are entitled to lower pricing for a lot of things, from park tickets to Character Meals.
Keep this in mind as you fill your schedule with extras.
Also, take advantage of all the free things for kids, like playgrounds and swimming pools.
Making time for these can be a big help with the budget and they couldn't be more delighted.
That is one of the financial benefits of Disney World with children.
Download the Disney Play app
This is a great tip for if you are in the standby line and your kid gets bored.
The Disney Play app is an interactive app for guests who are waiting in line at the Disney parks.
It has all kinds of fun challenges.
It's the perfect solution for the phone addict when turning it off isn't an option.