Have you been to Disney?
Which Disney theme parks did you visit?
Yes, I went to Disney World in Orlando, Florida twice. It is very fun although I actually enjoyed Universal Studios more.
Yes, Disney World as a child. We visited Magic Kingdom and one or two other parks. Would love to go back and visit Animal Kingdom and Epcot, but Disney is way too expensive for a casual trip as an adult. My next visit will probably be much further in the future if I have kids.
I used to to live in So. Calif. As a kid we went to Disneyland a couple of times a year. That was or vacation. As a kid it was magical.
Florida, and last when I was about 17y/o. Not as magical as a teen, but a different level of fun.
No I haven't, and I don't really have any interest in going either.
I lived in Anaheim for about 30 years. One our sons had a job as a portrait artist at Disneyland part time for a few years. Disneyland has something for everyone, but especially for the kids.
No, and for some reason I've never been drawn to either Disneyland or Disneyworld. I did attend the 1965 World's Fair in New York, and saw some Disney exhibits there.
I knew a couple who went to Disneyworld on their honeymoon, and thought it an odd choice. Talk about starting off in fantasyland!
I'm more drawn to places like Epcot and Sea World; too much Virgo in my chart, I guess.
My family and I just got back from there this weekend. We visited the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. It was lots of fun, but very crowded because of spring break.
Walt Disney World 20 times and Disneyland once so far. I'm planning to go to Disneyland Paris in a few years too.
Yes. When we go back, I would like to consider Universal Studios.
No, not been there yet but hopefully one day I will go and visit the place.
Yes. The first time with my family.
It was tough because the kids cried and complained,
My mom and I wanted to spend more time in the parks rather than eating.
So we took off and ate one of those huge drum sticks
My niece freaked out during fire works . She tried to get off the Merry- Go- Round.
She was afraid of the noise. I tried to get off the ride but I got stuck.
The guys must have gone on tower of terror 18 times.
So they missed out on the fireworks.
I went again with friends. Their idea of fun was swimming.
I ate hot dogs every night and the kids cried.
I don't think kids under six should go to the " Happiest Place on Earth" for kids and their parents aren't happy either.
I wanted to watch fire works but no one else did.
I broke my camera and then ventured out on my own.
That made me happy:)
Sadly, no, not yet...but I wish I would have done it while I was a child.
I hope I will be able to take my children one day!
nope, would much rather go to a roller coaster park like cedar point, or the beach.
Disneyland lots and lots of times. It is fun when the kids are old enough to know what they are doing. Not too fun for the stroller aged kids. The more your kids know about Disney movies the more they will enjoy the parks.
When I was a kid you entered and stayed until you dropped. Now you can come and go when you want. A nap in the afternoon then back when it isn't so hot is a good plan.
My kids would rather spend a day snowboarding or surfing now than drop the money at a theme park.
Yes I have. I worked at Walt Disney World in Orlando in 2009. I also went there for vacation last summer. I love Disney World.
Yes! Been to both. Parents used to live in California so we just went on a day-trip to Disneyland almost every time we visited.
Was lucky enough to go to Disneyworld with the family on a business trip with my husband back in the 90's.
I've been to Disney World several times with my parents, brother and sister; and then my husband and I went there for our honeymoon in 1999.
Every park in Florida. Lived an hour away for 11 years. My family homeschooled so we had time to drive over to the theme parks and be extra's in TV shows and commercials. Just by showing up, you recieved a free day pass. We used those plenty on days most other's would not attend. No crowds and still enjoyed the parks.
by philli 10 years ago
Is a trip to Disneyland worth the money?I have never been to Disneyland but as a kid I always wanted to go. I now have a young son and have thought about taking him. However, I have also heard that you pay a lot of money to stand in lines all day. Has anyone ever been and did you and your kids...
by Charity Squid 11 years ago
What's your favorite attraction at Disney World?With so many things to see at Orlando's Disney World; Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and Movie Studios.. which is your favorite park and attraction?
by Travel Lover 13 years ago
Where to eat lunch and dinner at Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom?Meals at quick service restaurants are preferred.
by downpourofwords 12 years ago
What places are the best to visit If you are visiting Orlando for 4 days?Planning a visit to orlando, FL
by Janet21 14 years ago
I can't believe it. It was the grand prize in a raffle for daughter's baseball league. I just received the call today. 7 days/6 night accomodations, Meal Plan, and Theme Park Tickets. It is a trip for 4 and we have 3 kids, so we will have to pay for my son. (possibly an...
by Danielle76 11 years ago
What is your favorite ride at Disney World or Disneyland?
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