Traveling to Disney with grandparents is always extra special. It’s a wonderful way to create lasting memories with those you love. And let’s face it, there is much to do throughout Walt Disney World Resort to keep everyone entertained from sunrise to sundown.
When I visit the theme parks with my parents and my kids, we are mindful of each other’s pace. We tend to book dining experiences or character meals to enjoy together, hit a few favorite attractions like “it’s a small world” and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, and then we split up for a few hours. This is a great way to keep everyone happy! We always reconnect for dinner at a resort or Disney Springs, and then it’s back to Magic Kingdom Park for the “Happily Ever After” fireworks.
Take a look at how this cute preschooler enjoyed a picture-perfect multi-gen trip to Disney.