It's a Minnie Mouse Maze

If y'all frequent Disney (like us), you know its a maze through the Magic Kingdom.
Maneuvering through the crowds with a side-by-side double stroller.
Waiting in lines to see that favorite character.
Racing to get on a ride with the shortest wait time.
Purchasing that indulgent treat you just saw a passerby with.
The list could go on, you get the point.

It's a maze from one destination to the other, which route will you take? Will you be faced with a road block due to the Move It Shake It Dance Party? You never know.
I was lucky enough to book two very popular rides all within an hour of riding... Peter Pan's Flight (current wait time at the time was 65 minutes) & Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (current wait time at the time was 110 minutes), for both we waited a total of FIVE minutes MAX. The Mine Train was not what I expected, modern day version of Thunder Mountain, with a twist in the middle, I loved it. Seconds after I got off, Charlotte cried because she said she was ready to ride after panicking for not wanting to ride...toddlers!
I'll possibly share at another time a trick I have learned for grabbing the highest wait time fast passes within an hour of wanting to ride. I feel I always get so lucky, perk of being an annual passholder.
Now, back to talks of maneuvering the maze of Magic Kingdom.
I've got a few tips for ya:
  • Choose experiences that have little to no wait time - Swiss Robinson Treehouse, Tom Sawyer Island, Liberty Steamboat and People Mover's
  • Get to the park 10-15 minutes before it opens and race to that MUST RIDE, you will maybe wait 5-10 minutes.
  • Instead of paying park prices pack some snacks, and ask any food vendor for a cup of iced water (in lieu of purchasing a $$ for a bottle of water)
  • Visit Snow White as you leave the park, the girls always ask & she is always their waiting with no line. This visit she spent more than five minutes playing peekaboo with the girls, chatting and then making them laugh. She is my youngest favorite, oh wait, each princess is.
I hope the above tips help y'all out when planning your next visit, if your not used to it can be an overwhelming maze to maneuver.
I've linked some darling outfits for young ladies & tiny gents as well, they will be sure to look the part and be comfortable while having the most magical time.
Thanks for stopping by, see ya real soooon.
xo, Lauren

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