Birthday breakfast at Tusker House
We recently returned from a wonderful trip celebrating our son’s third birthday at Walt Disney World, which was filled with pixie dust (some provided by us parents and some by Disney).
Here are some ways you can make celebrating birthdays at Walt Disney World even more special:
Get a birthday button.
Pick up a free birthday button from any Walt Disney World Resort hotel, guest services, or even at many of the park stores. Just ask!
A first visit to Walt Disney World is special enough, but there are also a number of other “firsts” your child (or even you!) can experience to make even more magical memories.
(Tip: On a first visit, be sure to get a free “1st Visit!” Disney pin to wear. You can pick one up from Guest Services, the front desk of Disney hotels, and often from the check-out counters of Disney stores in the parks or Disney Springs.)
Uniquely Disney “Firsts”:
- Disney Park – Tater’s first park (and the first park that many visit) was the Magic Kingdom. Nothing says “Welcome to Disney” like walking down Main Street and getting your first glimpse of the Cinderella Castle.
- Disney Ride – We chose Dumbo as Tater’s first ride, as it was one of my favorites as a child. Sure enough, he’s been on it half a dozen times now, and it remains a must-do any time we visit the Magic Kingdom.