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Monday, July 15, 2013

5 Fun and Cheap Activities to do at Walt Disney World


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Go Frugal at Disney on your Family Day



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Welcome to our 5th Guest Post, here at My Kind Of Introduction!
We reached a big milestone!!! I'm so excited that I may do a happy dance!!

This week, I'm excited to be bringing you an article that's full of ideas on how to visit Disney World - Spend the less amount of money possible and still have tons of fun!! Unbelievable huh?
Read below to hear how you can go frugal at Disney!

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April from Pixie Dust Savings!!!
Bringing to us today - 
5 Fun and Cheap Activities to do at Walt Disney World


When you book a Disney vacation, plan a day or to relax and enjoy some of the free and cheap things to do on property outside of the parks.
  • Resort Hop - Each Disney resort is themed and is absolutely gorgeous! Huge fireplaces, waterfalls, cool looking pools , even a savannah filled with animals. Take the free Disney buses to each resort or the Monorail for the Polynesian, Grand Floridian, and the Contemporary. During the Christmas season The Grand Floridian has a life sized Gingerbread House with free samples of gingerbread. The Beach Club resort has a beautiful Chocolate Carousel, the smell is amazing. Disney goes above and beyond when it comes to interior design—you will not be disappointed.
  • Family Movie Nights - Many of the resorts do a family movie night under the stars or other fun family activities. These are free to do and take some stress off your feet. Check with your resort to see if any events are planned while you are vacationing.
  • Explore Downtown Disney - Take some time and explore all of the shops in Downtown Disney. I love going and just looking for things I could DIY at home. Grab some FREE Chocolate at the Ghirardelli Chocolate Shop and FREE Slushy sample at Goofy’s Candy Company. Downtown Disney features fine art shows during the day featuring school bands, dance troupes, and so much more. At night, enjoy free music concerts, dancing and the beauty of the resort lit up.
  • Take in the Fireworks at the Magic Kingdom from the Ticket and Transportation Center. - My husband and I live about 2 hours from Disney, but we don’t have annual passes yet. We do to Downtown Disney quite often and end our day watching the Wishes fireworks outside of the Magic Kingdom. It is free. The audio is piped in so you hear everything perfectly. I was quite impressed with the fireworks from a distance, you notice how artistic Disney is and how well the show is made. When your right in front of the castle you can’t notice all the details like you can from a distance.
  • Go Mini Golfing at Fantasia Mini Golf. - This is around $12 and is so fun. My husband and I really enjoy their Fantasia Mini Golf park. The holes are all Disney themed and the topiaries are Disney. It is pretty awesome and it costs quite less than a park ticket.

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4 comments:

  1. Maybe that could help me afford to go!

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    1. I've been thinking the same thing!!! :)

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  2. Great tips, thanks! My son and his family are going in October.

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    1. Fun fun!!! Maybe these tips will help you son save some money!!!

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