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Celebrating Your First Visit to Walt Disney World

By Dave Shute


Magical Blogorail Teal is writing this month about Disney Celebrations: anniversaries, birthdays, and such.

Welcome to those of you joining me from The World of Deej and those of you who have just hopped aboard. I am the final stop on our Magical Blogorail.

My Disney Celebration topic–you guessed it–is celebrating your first visit!


The simplest thing you can do to celebrate your first visit is to get and wear a button.

Disney offers buttons that highlight many occasions–first visits being one of them.

You can get these buttons at your resort‘s front desk, or at any of the Guest Services areas of the parks.

Disney cast members pay attention to buttons, and wearing one will get you even more friendliness than you’d usually get! …and you never know what else may happen.

Another way of celebrating your first visit to Walt Disney World is a little more special.

It is seeing the Magic Kingdom fireworks show “Wishes” on your last night at Disneyy World.

There’s a couple of different reasons why all of this site’s itineraries end with your family spending its final Saturday evening at the Magic Kingdom, and one of them is so that you can celebrate your trip by seeing Wishes,

Wishes is a wonderful show and a spectacular way to celebrate your trip…and even more wonderful in memory.

If you are like most people, at some point you’ll return to Walt Disney World, and at some point your kids will return with their kids.

Its name may change, but there will always be an evening fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom.

And when you see it again, you will remember the first time you saw it with your kids when they were little, and when you are old, your kids will remember seeing it with you when you were young.

Seeing it again someday will bring back wonderful memories of seeing it for the first time.


Thank you for joining Magical Blogorail Teal this month. We will be back October 25th with an all new theme.

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