Multigen Family at Stromalong Bay; Grandparents; mother; daughters; father;
  • On Nov 10, 2023
    Brenda from ON Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My family is planning a trip in the near future with my grandchildren but travel agency’s don’t have pamphlets books anymore it is all online. I would like to either get pamphlets or books to buy so we can plan things to do

    Hey there, hi there, ho there, Brenda! You're as welcome as can be here at planDisney.

    I could not be happier to see that the magic of Walt Disney World Resort is calling, and you are answering the call by planning a magical family adventure at The Most Magical Place on Earth. There is nothing more special and memorable than a multigenerational family vacation at Walt Disney World. Walking hand in hand down Main Street, U.S.A, having a blast together riding attractions and laughing about the fun and magic of the day over a delicious dinner creates such special lifelong memories. Now, let's start planning your pixie-dusted family adventure, shall we?!

    With so much information online and because of Disney's commitment to conservation, planning pamphlets are no longer printed and distributed. But Hakuna Matata! It means "no worries." There is so much up-to-date information available right at your fingertips on the Walt Disney World website. Start your planning by downloading the My Disney Experience mobile app and checking out the Vacation Planning Checklist page on the website for a to-do list after booking your vacation. You'll find information about using Online Check-In, making dining reservations, time-saving tips and much, much more.

    Next, I recommend visiting the websites for each theme park: Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Here, you can explore the attractions, entertainment and dining options that each park has to offer, and you can even download a printable Guide Map for each park! At the top left of each theme park's website, just click "Map" and then the link to the Guide Map. You can also check out the awesome shopping, dining and entertainment available and download a Guide Map for Disney Springs

    Brenda, you can even find online information on Planning for Preschool Kids and Little Ones, as well as Planning for Tweens and Teens. I recommend having a pixie-dusted planning party where you all explore what the parks have to offer. Then, have everyone make a list of their top three must-do attractions and experiences. The planning is half the fun! Enjoy!

    I hope this helps, Brenda, and happy planning! Please feel free to stop by any time with any questions you may have along the way. You can even ask me directly if you'd like. You've got a friend in me!

    See ya real soon,

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Meet the Panelist: Mandy, Louisiana

I'm Mandy - Louisiana girl, wife, Mommy and lover of all things Disney. Walt Disney World Resort is my family's happy place, and our vacations are equal parts rope-drop thrilling and poolside chilling. For us, the best things in life aren't things at all, and we believe in investing in experiences and making magical memories together. Our Disney Vacation Club Membership has been our investment into a lifetime of unforgettable family fun. It's our key to the magic, and I can't wait to help you unlock yours! Learn More About Mandy

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