5. Understand Parade Etiquette
Many families will save spots and line up at least an hour in advance for parades. (Do not be the guest that tries to squeeze into a nonexistent front row spot!) Also, please note that front row guests are usually expected to sit, to improve the view for others. And to all the tall fathers with small children, please resist putting your little one on your shoulder, unless no other guests are behind you. And lastly, most guests will flock to Main Street U.S.A. for the parades, but I’d suggest finding a spot in either Frontier land or Liberty Square. You are much more likely to grab a great spot and have more personal space!