Kids at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World Tips from David & Fran's Orlando Lakefront Villa
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Kids at Walt Disney World – tips for parents

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Enjoy your Kids at Walt Disney World, and stay at our luxury 5-bed 5-bath Orlando Lakefront Villa with private pool and spa, on the lake at  the Windsor Hills resort near to Walt Disney World in Florida.

Only 2 miles to Walt Disney World main gate, and within easy reach of Universal Studios and Sea World, our luxury lakefront villa home is close to family restaurants and shopping. With all the facilities of a vacation resort, our lakefront villa is a great place for a family vacation in Orlando.

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Here are some tips for parents and their kids to get more fun out of a Walt Disney World vacation.

Take a midday break when visiting the parks. Adults get very tired walking round the parks, so imagine how little ones must feel! Go back to relax and refresh your family with a nap or a swim in the pool.

There is no need to pack up all the baby gear for a trip to Disney. In-park stroller rental ($6 a day plus $1 refundable deposit) makes traveling through the theme parks easy.

Mom and Dad get a chance to enjoy the attractions without the wait with Disney’s Kid Switch policy. One parent waits in line with a small child while the other parent rides the attraction. The first parent then returns to the loading area and takes the child, while the second parent rides.

Make sure your child knows what to do if he or she gets lost. Tell them that cast members wear name badges, and to go to one of them immediately if he or she gets lost. For older kids arrange a place to meet if they get lost.

Disney has special name tags for very young children. Guests can get them at City Hall in Magic Kingdom; Guest Relations in Epcot, MGM & Animal Kingdom; and at the Baby Care Centers located in all four parks at Walt Disney World.

If you do lose your child, report to Guest Relations or City Hall; one of the Baby Care Centers; or tell a Cast Member.

Most Disney restaurants offer children's menus, plus crayons and coloring books to keep kids entertained.

Kids can write to Mickey & he will send a letter back! Write to:
Guest Letters
Letters to Mickey Mouse
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-00100