Top 10 Walt disney world tips

Use the Single Rider Line

A Single Rider Line is available for Expedition Everest, Millennium Falcon – Smuggler’s Run, Test Track, and Rock N Roller Coaster. Often, but not guaranteed, these lines will have a shorter wait than the regular line.

Explore the World of Avatar

Pandora – The World of Avatar will engulf you in magic and wonder as soon as you walk through the entryway. The majesty, the beauty, and the harmonious sounds of nature will transport you into another place. You’ll want to visit Pandora in the early morning or late in the evening to take advantage of the lower crowd level.

Consider carefully whether you should pay extra for Individual attraction selections

Disney Genie+ will not cover the most popular attractions. To access the Lightning Lane on these attractions, you will need to pay an individual fee, rumored to be between $4 and $24. While I don’t think I should be the person to advise whether you should pay this fee, it would seem advisable to consider the decision carefully.

You don’t need to carry cash at Walt Disney World

To reduce physical contact, Walt Disney World now encourages guests to use contactless forms of payment.

ATMs are available

If you need to obtain cash, ATMs are located throughout Disney World and can be located on park maps.

Don’t be put off by bad weather

Many other people will be, but you can have a great time in the rain!

Don’t forget the sunscreen.

In summer, many of us will find our skin will burn. Plenty of sunscreen and a good hat is required when visiting the parks. Our Guide to Orlando Weather has plenty of tips and tricks.

Tour from back to front

Most guests will start at the front of a park. Head straight to the back on opening for the shortest lines.

Consider buying an annual pass

Annual passes are returning to Walt Disney World, and in some circumstances, they can work out cheaper. Visit our Guide to Tickets to learn more.

Check for refurbishments

Attractions do close for refurbishments. You can find out more about Walt Disney World Scheduled refurbishments here.