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In just over a month I’ll be making my very first visit to Walt Disney World in Orlando, and saying I’m excited doesn’t even begin to cover it! There’s so much to see and do there, I know I won’t get to it all – but I’ll certainly do my best to complete these Free Printable Walt Disney World Ride Checklists!
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For those of you that don’t know, Walt Disney World has 4 theme parks (plus a couple water parks – though we’re not discussing those in this post):
- The Magic Kingdom: Cinderella’s Castle, classic fairytale stuff
- Hollywood Studios: Star Wars, movies
- Animal Kingdom: Tree of Life, safari, animals (duh)
- Epcot: World Showcase, Soarin’, Future World stuff
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Some of the items on these checklists are shows or ‘viewing animals’ type activities, but all were listed under ATTRACTIONS on the Walt Disney World website. I even included height requirements for those rides that have them, to make it more convenient and helpful for you! Who knew that there’s only 17 attractions between ALL FOUR PARKS that have height requirements? Love it – so much to do for all ages!
Keep in mind that Disney may change rides, have them temporarily closed for refurbishment, or other things while you’re there, so I advice checking their calendar for your trip dates so you can prepare the kids. When I go, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad will be closed which is a huge disappointment, but there’s plenty more that it’s not going to affect this magical vacation.
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Don’t forget to grab our Disney Trip Activity & Autograph Book, full of great fun to keep kids (and adults) happy while in lines, waiting for parades – and, of course, creative autograph pages for your favorite characters!
If you’re looking to make your trip even MORE magical, grab a private tour guide through Michael’s VIPs! I’m being provided their services to test them out on my trip, and can’t wait to see how much less stressful and more fun they make it – don’t worry, I’ll share all the details with you. So far they’ve been a HUGE help with planning, getting my dining reservations and fast passes, and answering all of my questions (I have lots!).
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