How many have you done?

I plagiarised this list from Disney Food Blog. It accompanies their latest video: https://youtu.be/_64G5uH3cE8

How many have you done? Depending how strict the definitions are, I’ve done 34. Ish.

  1. Dine with the Characters: Disney World is normally home to many character meals and there’s something for everyone.
  2. See Behind the Scenes: Take one of the many behind-the scenes tours
  3. Mountain Challenge: Ride Big Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain, and Splash Mountain in
    one day.
  4. Attend an EPCOT Festival: Choose from the Festival of the Arts, Flower and Garden Festival, Food and Wine Festival, or the Festival of the Holidays.
  5. Ride the Classics: Make a point to hop on the classic rides like ‘it’s a small world,’ Peter Pan’s Flight, and Dumbo.
  6. Stay from Park Open to Park Close: Arrive early, stay until the park closes and make sure to relax IN the park at some point during the day.
  7. Rope Drop ALL the Parks: There are lower crowds first thing in the morning so you can get more done!
  8. Ride Rise of the Resistance: Everyone needs to experience this mind-blowing attraction, even if you’re not a Star Wars fan.
  9. Eat Some Iconic Disney Snacks: We’re talking about Dole Whip, Mickey Ice Cream Bars, School Bread, and basically anything Mickey-shaped!
  10. Splurge on Dinner: Victoria & Albert’s is at the top of the splurge list, but there are plenty of places to go fancy!
  11. Watch Fireworks Over the Castle: As soon as the fireworks are back in the Magic Kingdom you need to do this!
  12. Visit the Monorail Resorts: Hope on the Monorail and visit the Contemporary, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Grand Floridian. (Note that you might need a dining reservation to do this currently).
  13. Take a Ride on the Skyliner: Disney World’s newest mode of transportation is a great way to get around and it’s a lot of fun too!
  14. Make a Wish at Cinderella’s Wishing Well: You’ll find the Wishing Well on the walkway to the right of the Castle – stop by and make a wish!
  15. Watch Fantasmic!: Be sure to check out this nighttime show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at least once!
  16. Find at Least One Hidden Mickey: Hidden Mickeys are all over Disney World and they’re a lot of fun to search for – you might even find other hidden characters too!
  17. Ride Something During Magic Kingdom’s Fireworks: Our suggestion is to ride Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Dumbo, or Astro Orbiter.
  18. Check Out the Windows on Main Street: The windows on Main Street U.S.A. feature nods to many Disney Imagineers and others who helped create the park. Look for Walt Disney’s at the very end!
  19. Go to a Magic Kingdom Party: Once the special holiday parties resume at Magic Kingdom, make sure you make plans to attend either Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
  20. Fly on a Banshee: Everyone needs to ride Flight of Passage in Pandora: The World of Avatar at least once.
  21. Get a Celebration Button: If you’re celebrating anything at Disney World be sure to pick up a free celebration button from Guest Services!
  22. Compliment a Cast Member: Disney World Cast Members make the magic happen every day and you can leave a “cast compliment” via tweet or email.
  23. Learn About Walt Disney: Walk through One Man’s Dream at Hollywood Studios and learn all about Walt.
  24. Buy a Pair of Ears: There are SO many kinds of Minnie and Mickey ears at Disney World it might be hard to pick just one.
  25. SKIP the Rides: Wait, what? Yes, we said skip the rides – enjoy the atmosphere at the parks and look for unexpected fun and surprises.
  26. Take a Magic Shot: Ask a PhotoPass photographer to take a Magic Shot photo of you!
  27. See the Dapper Dans: Check the times for when you can catch the Dapper Dans performing
    in the Magic Kingdom.
  28. Drink the Blue Milk: It sounds weird and tastes kinda weird too, but you have to order the Blue Milk in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
  29. Ride Carousel of Progress: You can’t miss this iconic attraction at the Magic Kingdom!
  30. Meet Mickey Mouse: Even if character interactions aren’t happening when you visit, you
    can catch him in a Character Cavalcade or at a character meal.
  31. Tackle the Kitchen Sink Sundae: Grab some friends and head to Beaches and Cream and order this massive ice cream sundae.
  32. Get Your Photo Taken in Front of the Castle: This is a requirement for all Disney World vacations.
  33. Visit Every Country in EPCOT’s World Showcase: Don’t skip any of the Pavilions – stop in to shop, eat, drink, or just soak up the atmosphere.
  34. Treat Yourself to a Souvenir: You don’t have to spend a fortune, but make sure you take something home to commemorate your trip.
  35. Eat Something You’ve Never Tried Before: You’ll find the most unique eats in EPCOT!
  36. Take a Boat Ride: Hop on a ferry to the Magic Kingdom, a Friendship Boat at EPCOT, or a
    boat to Disney Springs.
  37. Explore Tom Sawyer Island: This island in the Magic Kingdom isn’t just for kids!
  38. Spend Time at the Pool: Take a break from the parks and spend a lazy afternoon at the hotel pool.
  39. Dine Inside the Castle: Cinderella’s Royal Table has reopened at the Magic Kingdom and it’s a must-do-at-least-once meal.
  40. Ride Spaceship Earth: This iconic, opening day attraction at EPCOT should be on everyone’s must-do list.
  41. Ride Something New: Step out of your Disney World comfort zone and hop on a ride you’ve never done before – be brave!
  42. Sleep In: You’re on vacation. Take it easy, sleep in.
  43. Spend a Day Outside the Parks: Visit Disney Springs, play miniature golf, visit a spa – there’s
    so much to do outside the theme parks!
  44. Eat Like a Kid: We’re talking chicken nuggets, corn dogs, anything Mickey-shaped – have fun, you’re on vacation!
  45. Ride the Magic Kingdom Railroad: When this iconic attraction reopens you MUST take a ride around the tracks.
  46. Eat Like an Adult: There’s no shortage of really NICE restaurants at Disney World including Jiko, California Grill, Le Cellier, Morimoto Asia, and more. Make a reservation and enjoy a night out.
  47. Go Soarin’ Around the World: Request Section B1 on this popular EPCOT attraction.
  48. Spot as Many Animals as You Can on the Tree of Life: The icon of Disney’s Animal Kingdom
    features more than 300 animals – how many can you spot?
  49. See the Festival of Fantasy Parade: Once this parade returns to the Magic Kingdom you won’t want to miss it!
  50. Eat a Cupcake: There’s no shortage of incredible cupcakes at Disney World – find one or two that look amazing and get ready for a sugar rush!
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46

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Which are the four you haven’t done?

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Challenge accepted… I’ll brb

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Numbers 2,14, 23, 31 have not been done. I’ll probably never do a behind the scene tour due to cost

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4, 5, 9, 11, 15, 16, 17 (people mover, try it), 22, 23, 24, 26, 29, 32, 34, 25, 36, 38, 40 (a fav ride), 45, 48 (we DID NOT find that many, WOW), 49 =21! Man I got a lot to still do!

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You can dooooo it!

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Some of these thing do not appeal to me but I do realize Im missing some experiences :grinning:

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I’ve done 24 at one time or another.

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Behind the Seeds is — what? — twenty bucks. And the elephant one is similar.

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How weird, my daughter watched this DFB video on you tube today…

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This is one Ive been dying to do. I can never find time. Now, I have a trip when I have time. Didn’t think they were offering for Dec 2020 though :sweat: will keep checking…

For real? Well then… done!

Probably aren’t.

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I wonder what tour I was looking at that was $200 per person?

Of the 16 things I haven’t done, there’s really only one that I want to — and that’s to do a behind the scenes tour. Specifically, I think I would like to do Keys to the Kingdom. Oh, I wouldn’t mind learning more about Walt, and appreciating the Main Street windows. I guess I wouldn’t say no to a cupcake.

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You ever says no to a cupcake… unless it’s vanilla :expressionless:

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Keys to the Kingdom is “only” $99.

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Vanilla is fine. It’s chocolate in baked goods that is an abomination.

Agreed. It is against God’s law.

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