Disney family vacations are priceless, but planning your multigenerational family vacation to Disney? Not so much fun. Yet bring along grandma and grandpa, and we’re talking a trip worth its weight in gold. Yet once you add more family members to your group, vacation logistics can become crazy! Take it from me, it’s still worth the time and energy, so she’s bringing you these 6 tips on how to plan your multigenerational family vacation at Disney World.
Seriously (and I’m sure I speak for many grandparents), I could hardly wait to bring my grandchildren to Disney – oh yeah, and those adult children too. Even when traveling solo to
1. Start Early
Accept the fact that the magical world of
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2. Accept that You Can’t Do It All. Really.
With so many things to do and see, how do you get the most out of your Disney family vacation and still enjoy yourself? The short answer is – you can’t possibly see and do everything in Disney in one trip. You really do have to prioritize. Together, make a top 10 list. Which parks, rides, things to see are high priority? Which are low? Compare the lists and take a family vote! Be sure to include everyone’s #1 pick!
My grandkids top picks for
3. Ask the Disney Experts for Advice!
Maybe this is your first visit, or perhaps you’ve traveled to Disney multiple times. Either way, ask Disney Experts for advice. At SheBuysTravel, we are big fans of Disney. We even have a section devoted entirely to Disney.
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4. Divide and Conquer.
If your family is a wide range of ages, pick one park, such as
5. Stay at a
Walt Disney World Resort Property.
Seriously, let Disney do what it does best: cater to extended and multigenerational families. Staying at a Walt Disney Resort property simply makes planning your
6. Remember: You are on Vacation.
Finally, remind yourself that you are on vacation. Repeat after me – YOU ARE ON VACATION. You don’t have to plan every single minute. Relax and enjoy yourself. Just because you take time to plan a multigenerational family vacation to Disney doesn’t mean you have to be together all the time! Schedule some “me” time for everyone. Take a minute to let your happy feet dance – because, after all, you are in
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