One of the reasons why some trips to Walt Disney World don’t live up to a person’s expectations is because they fail to plan.
“The World” is not like another vacation where you can go with the flow, you have to have some kind of plan under your belt.
Whether that is everything planned out from hour to hour or just a plan on what park you are going to visit each day.
This is especially true when you have a little one in tow.
Just like in the plan for New Fantasyland it is important to try and get to the park as early as rope drop.
Tomorrowland is located right off the main spoke of the Magic Kingdom. It is directly to the area right off of Main Street U.S.A.
I would recommend that you just walk to the right of the hub as soon as the rope drops.
Fastpass + selections
Like I had mentioned in the New Fantasyland tour, you need to make your fast pass selections based on the personality of your toddler.
If they dream of going to infinity and beyond, then you will want to get Fastpass+ for Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin.
If your Mousekatot is always telling knock-knock jokes, then check out the Monster Inc. Laugh Floor.
But not all attractions need a Fastpass+. Here are my suggestions of attractions you would want to get passes for:
- Astro Orbiter
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
- Space Mountain (if your Mousekatot is over 44 inches tall or you are planning on using rider swap)
Lots of the other attractions in Tomorrowland are able to be visited without needing a Fastpass+.
Where to grab a bite to eat
If you want to find something quick to eat you will want to check out Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe.
You can find something for pretty much everyone in your party here including cheeseburgers, falafel burger, a half of a rotisserie chicken, greek salad with chicken, barbecued pork sandwich and even s’mores.
It is also a big place to grab a table there is a cute show that is performed by a character named Sonny Eclipse.
What is your favorite thing to do in Tomorrowland? Leave your comments below.