Walt Disney World


Disney Cruises

Ask just about any kid (and lots of adults) where they most want to go on the next family trip and chances are a Disney vacation will be high on that list.

We can help. At TravelingMom, we’ve been there. We have visited Disney World and Disneyland and taken a Disney cruise as a group (we have held our annual writers’ retreat at Disney six years in a row). In addition, we have visited each of the Disney Parks and taken Disney cruises separately with our families. We have stayed at Disney resorts (on property) and at nearby non-Disney hotels, condos and resorts (off property). We’ve got insider tips (did you know there are free things to get and do at Disney?) and advice on how to make the most of Disney vacation, whether you’re traveling with babies, pre-schoolers, tweens, teens, grandparents or everyone at once in a big, happy multigenerational Disney vacation.

Click on the icons below to get our in-depth advice on a Disney vacation at Walt Disney World in Orlando (the world’s No. 1 family vacation destination), Disneyland Resort in southern California, or onboard a Disney cruise ship.