• On Jan 12, 2018
    Jessica from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My Fiancee and I are planning our Disney World Honeymoon, however, my Fiancee has severe anxiety and mild claustrophobia and as a result, I am worried about the queue. I don't want to abuse the DAS but is this something we should look into?

    Hi Jessica, 

    Congratulation on planning your Disneymoon! Several years ago, my husband and I planned our Walt Disney World Resort honeymoon and have visited for many anniversaries since. Where better to celebrate your Happily Ever After? 

    My husband also has anxiety, which is definitely increased when we are in the parks. In our situation, luckily the queues have not been a triggering factor as they are usually pretty spaced out, well ventilated and have lots of distractions. It may be completely different for your fiance, so I would recommend trying one or two and if it becomes an issue, heading to Guest Relations to speak with the Cast Member regarding tips or assistance they are able to offer. 

    If there is anything else we are able to assist you with in planning your pixie-dusted vacation, please let us know.

    Magical Wishes, 


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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Colorado

Hi-ya, Pals! I'm a wife and mother of three who's enjoyed many special occasions at Walt Disney World Resort with my family: graduations, pregnancies, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, reunions, and even our Fairy Tale Honeymoon. I look for any excuse to return "home" often and would love to help add a little extra Pixie Dust to your next magical adventure. Learn More About Lauren

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