From roaring down Thunder Mountain and jetting into space with Buzz Lightyear, to having a swashbuckling Adventure with the Pirates of the Caribbean, plan the holiday of a lifetime the whole family will love.
Try to travel off-peak to beat the crowds, find lower hotel prices and get some great deals on attractions and packages.
For Disney World Florida, the winter months – from mid-November to mid-February – are cooler and quieter but be sure to avoid Thanksgiving and the first week of January, when many are still on their Christmas break.
You'll also find great deals when the heat is cranked up in hurricane season during late August and September but expect to spend the afternoons doing other activities such as water parks as you'll need to cool off.
The winter months are also the cheapest time to visit Disneyland Paris, and a mid-week visit will save your pennies, plus, travel options – such as going by train or coach – can help cut costs.
A great way to save at Disney World Florida is the Disney Dine package, which allows guests who are staying at any Disney World resort accommodation to eat for free during their stay – saving a family of four up to £2,000 on their holiday.
The type of dining offer available depends on the type of Disney World accommodation customers choose.
Attraction Tickets are promoting the Disney Dine offer for 2019 bookings – but be quick as the offer ends 6 November 2018 – and look out for the free dining and drinks offer again in April 2019 for 2020 bookings at Walt Disney World.
It's always worth checking out discount websites for cheap Disney holidays – as they often have bargains.
Magic Breaks have some great value holiday deals for Disneyland Paris – and travelling by coach is a great way to make smart savings with prices starting from £149pp.
And don't forget to check Groupon and Wowcher – currently featuring Disneyland Paris deals from as little as £129pp.
For Walt Disney World Florida, check out Thomas Cook with winter escapes from £658pp for a one-week stay and car-hire included – Book here.
Plus, Attraction Tickets are also offering a Disney 14 Day Ultimate ticket with free Memory Maker – offering unlimited access to all six Disney parks – from £385 per person.
Staying at the Disney World resort comes with its perks – such as early and easy access to the theme park – but also with a price tag.
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is part of the resort – but a 10-person pitch can accommodate a camper van and up to two tents from $60 a night.
Plus, as the campground is part of the resort you can even take advantage of the Disney Dine Package while staying there.
Still after more Mickey news? Find out about new Disney World attractions for 2019 – from The Incredibles to Monsters Inc and more.
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