Free and Cheap things to do around Disney World
Getting into the Disney Parks is going to cost you, but there
are tons of fun things for families to do outside of the parks
and on Disney Property for that cost close to nothing or are
Some of the best places to find hours of entertainment include:
At Disney’s Boardwalk resort non Disney Guests can request a
free 3 hour parking pass from the lot security to tour around
the property and spend time roaming the 'Boardwalk'.
-Just walking along Disney’s Boardwalk you’ll be delighted and
entertained by various street performers including comedians,
jugglers, fire-eaters. These various and free performances
occur throughout the day
-At night you just might be able to hear Fantasmtic from
Hollywood Studios or even catch a glimpse of Epcot’s Illuminations light Show.
If you're looking to do something in the afternoon, Downtown
Disney is full of things to see and do and parking is free!
Check out the various shops and stores located in Downtown
Disney such as:
Lego Imagination Center has a 3,000 square foot play area
outdoors that make up amazing Lego sculptures that are great for
photo opportunities. The kids will love walking around the
world's largest Lego Store. Best of all it’s free!
You can also browse the Virgin Megastore for Music, Movies and
video games galore, as well as take a stroll next door to the
movie theatre or even catch a free magic demonstration at the
Magic Masters Shop.
Many of the Disney World Resorts have free entertainment and
events for families that will cost you little to nothing. You
can find out more by contacting the Disney direct at
407.939.4636 for more info.
Animal Kingdom Lodge is well known for its exotic animal viewing
areas. Best time to check out the animals is around Dusk Time.
There is a free tour you can take at the Wilderness Lodge and go
on a hidden Mickey Hunt throughout the resort.
Fort Wilderness Lodge has a free petting farm during the daytime
for families as well as nature trails.
You can check out Magic Kingdom’s Wishes Firework show from
various places around Disney World such as the Grand Floridian
Boat Dock or from the California Grill restaurant at the Contemporary
There are many other things you can do to pass the time around the
resort such as ride the monorail between parks throughout the
Magic Kingdom area.
You can take free boat rides available to anyone with a Disney
multi-day pass or resort guests.