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One-Stop Searching: Walt Disney World Moms Panel

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

The 2010 Moms Panel Photo Composite

Summer is winding down and kids are heading back to school. It’s a busy time for mothers, so the Disney Parks Blog is giving Mom her day with this look back at some posts from the Walt Disney World Moms Panel. Always ready with tips and advice, the panel is a go-to resource for Walt Disney World vacation planning. What piece of valuable information have you gotten from the Moms Panel? Let us know in the comments.

The Moms Panel shows us the best of the best at Walt Disney World.

Moms Panel: Top 5 Unique Experiences at Walt Disney World Resort – Panelist Diane L from Connecticut shares her top five unique ways to have fun on property.

Moms Panel: Shop ‘Til You Drop – The top 5 favorite Disney shopping finds from Panelist Cathy S of Ohio.

Moms Panel: Top 5 Tips for Romance at Walt Disney World Resort – Dannée N. of Indiana shows where to find romance at Walt Disney World.

Moms Panel: Top 5 Restaurants Where You Get The Most For Your Money – Dad Doug I. thinks he’s found the best deals at the Resort and shares them here.

The Panelists know the best tips and tricks for making the most of a Walt Disney World vacation.

Moms Panel: Tips for Traveling with Children – Panelist Amanda P. shares her tips for traveling with little ones.

Moms Panel: Tips for Staying Cool this Summer at Walt Disney World – Disney Mom Tanya M. has some great ideas to keep your family cool during summer visits.

Disney Moms Panel Offers Top Valuable Tips – Here are some of the best tips from the Walt Disney World Moms Panel.

Who are these super moms and dads? Get to know the Walt Disney World Moms Panel through their stories.

Moms Panel: It Takes a Village – This year, the Panel made a donation to Give Kids The World, where families with critically and terminally ill children can stay at a 70-acre resort designed for children with special healthcare needs for free.

Moms Panelist Travels The World with The Mouse – Meet Kay B from Valparaiso, Indiana – the Adventures By Disney Mom.

Asking the Moms 101 – The Walt Disney World Moms Panel is made up of men and women just like you. They’ve fallen in love with Walt Disney World Resort and want to share their knowledge, passion and experience with everyone they meet!

One Fine Day – Panelist Allison shares a very special moment for her family at Magic Kingdom park.

Mickey’s Magical Macho Moms? – To be considered for the Panel you don’t need to be a parent or even female. You only need to have a vast knowledge of Walt Disney World and a passion to share that knowledge.

Walt Disney World Moms Panel Welcomes New Members – Due to the increasing popularity of the Walt Disney World Moms Panel web site, we welcomed back 22 panelists from 2008 and 2009 and added 21 more new panelists for the largest ever group of Disney-savvy vacation gurus.

Moms Panel: Smiling Through the Tears – Walt Disney World Moms panelist and mother of five Heather Murry of Georgia knows a lot about life’s challenges. She knows not just how to face those challenges but to conquer them. But raising a large family is just one of things that make Heather a champion.

A Dad is a Mom – Most people are surprised to learn that you don’t have to actually be a mom to be on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel. You just have to have an incredible vast knowledge about Walt Disney World Resort, a passion for all things Disney and an incurable drive to pass on your knowledge to other people.

Disney Adding New Moms Panelists – The Walt Disney World Moms Panel is a forum where Moms (and dads) answer your online questions and offer advice about vacations to the Walt Disney World Resort. The site is a forum led by real, park-savvy parents who assist with the vacation planning process based on their own experiences.


  • I think there should be a Walt Disney World Kids panel for kids/teens that know more than alot of adults do

  • Love the Mom’s Panel, wish I had read Zanna’s recommendations for finding coffee before my last trip!! Hope to join their ranks, maybe even this year!!

  • Does knowing the picture above was taken at about 7:30 in the morning count as being a Disney savvy guru?

  • I think it would be an added benifit to have a couple of overseas members to add that extra insight to some of the responses.

  • i love to go to disney but i think the ticket cost to much when u have a family of 17kids and 2 adult for a big family it would cost over 1,402.20 plus tax

  • I will be traveling next year with my two children ages 17 and 20. Any tips on what would be interesting for them?

  • I would love to contribute advice as a solo traveler to WDW!

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