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Affordable travel tips for Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL

  1. Toy Story mania is 3D, interactive read that is lots of fun! Wait times will get very long, so you guessed it, get fast passes!
  2. Make sure you hire a Earmarked Disney Travel Agent. Our services are free of charge and you don’t have to stress out about planning your vacation.
  3. Jedi Training Academy is perfect for your Star Wars fans between the ages of 4-12. It’s first come , first serve basis so make sure to do as soon as the park opens. Go directly to the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost to register.
  4. Disney Jr. Live on Stage is a great show preschoolers will enjoy! It includes Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Sofia the first, Doc McStuffins and Jake and the Neverland Pirates.
  5. Fantasmic is an awesome outdoor theater that will showcase fireworks, pyrotechnics, laser lights and one million gallons o dancing water. It includes many classic characters, but beware for small children. The storyline is about when Villains turn Mickey’s dreams into nightmares. It could be frightening for young kids. Even with that being said, this is a MUST Do for All of our travel clients.
  6. If you are a Disney Visa card holder, there is a special Meet and Greet just for you.
  7. Don’t forget to pack your cell phone chargers! I highly recommend a portable power bank!
  8. If you’re staying on Disney Property, when you shop anywhere on property (parks, other resorts, Disney Springs) you can request the items to be delivered to your resort for free, versus toting them all day. This is especially nice for photos, so they will not get wet or wrinkled!
  9. If you think your kids will struggle waiting in line, bring something in your bag for them to do while waiting. I highly recommend just having a new app on your phone for them to play with. Our favorite is playing Disney trivia games.
  10. Remember, if the kids get tired or cranky, go back to your resort and take a nap. That’s the advantage of staying at a Disney Resort 🙂