Today, my 10-year-old daughter is sharing 10 tips for visiting Disney World! Kids get straight to the point. There’s no fluff here. Just the good stuff! So here goes nothing! These are the 10 tips my daughter wanted to share with you after our most recent family vacation to Disney World.
Tip #1: Go to the parades.
Tip #2: Get Disney trading pins.
Tip #3: Eat at the Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom and get fried shrimp.
Tip #4: Take photos.
Tip #5: Go to Hollywood Studios.
Tip #6: Go to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and get your hair done. (Please note, my daughter has never done this, but has always wanted to!)
Tip #7: Go to the Be Our Guest restaurant in Magic Kingdom.
Tip #8: Go on the Mission: SPACE ride in Epcot.
Tip #9: Always sit in the back of the shuttle on your way to the parks.
Tip #10: Don’t think about the last day of your vacation.
That’s it, friends! That’s all you really need to know. If you’re bringing a 10 year old on vacation to Disney World, all you need to do is follow these 10 tips for a successful visit! Your 10 year old is bound to be happy! You simply can’t go wrong.
If you have anything you’d like my daughter to clarify or want more detail about any of the tips she’s shared, please let me know! I’m sure she would be happy to answer any questions you have about Disney World from a 10-year-old’s perspective.
Thanks, y’all! Tomorrow, we’ll be sharing 12 Tips for Visiting Disney World (From a 12 Year Old)!
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