WATCH: WDWNT’s First-Ever Parent Panel “it’s a small’s world” Debuts Tonight at 7:00 PM (ET), Final Call For Questions

Odds are, if you’re a parent interested in Disney parks, you’ve asked someone a question about what it’s like to travel with children to Walt Disney World or Disneyland. Here at WDWNT, we’ve decided to put together a Parent Panel so we can help answer your questions.

As adults, we know the parks… but as parents, we’re familiar with the parks in a completely different way. Keeping your kids entertained, whatever their age may be, takes a lot of patience and running out of ideas isn’t an option. As we all know, being at a Disney park is very much “go, go, go”, but with little ones, you need to be able to think outside of the box to prevent meltdowns and keep the magic unspoiled.

We’re here to help! We’ve assembled a team of expert parents who have traveled to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World with tiny ones in tow. In order to answer your questions, we need some of them, so drop them in the box below and we’ll be sure to answer during WDWNT’s first-ever parent panel, debuting TONIGHT Tuesday, April 14th, at 7PM est.

This is our final call for questions if you have them! Enter them below and we’ll do our best to answer them with our panel full of parents whose brains are full of Disney-fied parental knowledge.

 

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andrea
andrea
7 months ago

If are looking at being a semi local, is Tables of Wonderland worth it? is an Annual Pass worth it bbn if you have say a 2 hour drive each way.

SJames
SJames
7 months ago
Reply to  andrea

In general, if you plan on going at least 10 days out of the year, an annual pass, esp for in-state resident price, is worth it. Which pass you choose will depend on a number of factors, such as do you plan on going only in the summer when the kids are out of school (this year being a strange exception). Tables in Wonderland gives you a 20% discount at most table service restaurants for up to party of 10 people (which is essentially gratuity bc Disney recommends 18% tip, or in the case of a party of 6 or… Read more »

Heidi
Heidi
7 months ago
Reply to  andrea

We live just over two hours away & have FL Gold APs – totally worth it! We haven’t explored TIW (yet). Having been an AP holder for a few years now I really enjoy not having to rush through the parks or trying to get every experience in while we are there. We take things really slow (like Epcot festivals, we break them up into sections!). For us, it takes the stress out of the equation.