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Tips for visiting Walt Disney World while pregnant

Pregnant at Walt Disney World

Sometimes you feel like you are missing out on parts of your vacation when you are pregnant, but that’s not the case at Walt Disney World.  Here are some tips for getting the most out of your vacation when visiting Walt Disney World while pregnant.

Enjoy the rides

Unlike many other theme parks, you can still enjoy the majority of rides while pregnant at Walt Disney World.  Still, there are some you should avoid.

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15 things to do on Main Street, U.S.A.

While many Walt Disney World guests rush through Main Street, U.S.A. to get to the Cinderella Castle and all the rides, there are quite a few things to do on this quaint turn-of-the-century American thoroughfare.  On your next trip to the Magic Kingdom, take some time to explore and enjoy these top 15 things to do on Main Street, U.S.A.

1. Ride the Main Street Vehicles

One of my preschooler’s favorite things to do at the Magic Kingdom is ride in these classic, turn-of-the-century vehicles. The Main Street Vehicles include a horse-drawn trolley, a roofless jitney, an old-fashioned fire engine and a two-story omnibus, and they provide one-way rides from Town Square to Cinderella Castle and Cinderella Castle to Town Square. There’s hardly ever a wait for rides, but you have to get there early – the Main Street vehicles usually only run until 10:15 a.m.

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Strollers at Walt Disney World

 

Here are some important things to know about taking a stroller to Walt Disney World.

In the Parks

  • Strollers are not allowed in any of the attraction lines (or inside the Land pavilion at Epcot).  Instead, you must park your stroller in a designated “Stroller Parking” area.  These are conveniently located throughout the parks and easy to find (just look for the sea of strollers), but if you can’t find one, a cast member will be happy to point you in the right direction.
  • Your stroller will probably be moved – but it’s okay! Cast members are constantly moving strollers around within the same stroller parking area to keep everything in order.
    • Tip: Tie something bright on your stroller to make it easier to find (a ribbon, sign, etc.).

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