10. Location, Location, Location
With an area of 40 square miles, Disney World is no small prize. Nearly the size of San Fransisco, the resort covers a great deal of ground. No matter the park, it can be very easy to get lost. Novice park goers, and even a few seasoned Mousketeers, should obtain a map upon entering any one of the four parks. Not just a tool for navigation towards one’s favorite ride or attraction, they allow quicker and easier ways to locate and access emergency exits, guest services, restrooms, and first-aid stations. No matter the circumstance, it’s always wise to know where you are and get your bearings.