4. Sit Down for Live Shows and Other Attractions
You know that feeling you get at home when you can just sit in front of the TV and let the entertainment sort of wash over you for a while? There are several ways to recreate that experience at Disney World, mostly in the form of sitting in theaters to watch live performances or screen presentations.
- Mickey's PhilharMagic(Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom)
- Country Bear Jamboree(Frontierland, Magic Kingdom)
- Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival(Future World, Epcot)
- Impressions de France(France Pavilion, Epcot World Showcase)
- Muppet*Vision 3D(Grand Avenue, Hollywood Studios)
- Finding Nemo the Musical(DinoLand U.S.A., Animal Kingdom)
- Festival of the Lion King(Africa, Animal Kingdom)
3. ...or Don't Even Get in Line for Anything!
Who says you have to ride anything to have a good time? You could spend several hours in any given park just walking around, enjoying the ambiance, doing a little shopping, watching a few parades, or catching some street performances—none of which requires waiting in line. Our favorite places for this? Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom and the Epcot World Showcase.
You can even try your hand at "resort-hopping", i.e. visiting the three monorail resorts by Magic Kingdom: the Grand Floridian, the Polynesian, and the Contemporary. This way you'll have a lot fewer crowds to deal with, but you still get to experience the Disney magic. (The monorail line is also less stressful to ride, if we're being honest.)