Disney Dining: Reservation or No Reservation?

If there is a particular Walt Disney World restaurant you want to have dinner at, make certain to make dinner reservations as soon as possible. In-demand tables fill up sometimes weeks early.

Le Cellier Steakhouse Disney
Le Cellier Steakhouse, Epcot

For example, Magic Kingdom’s Be Our Guest is notoriously difficult to be a guest at, and so is the tiny Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada pavilion.

Epcot: Turtle Talk With Crush

If you’re planning to visit Epcot, make sure to check out Turtle Talk With Crush. You’ll find this after riding the Finding Nemo ride. This is a fun interactive show where kids can have a conversation with Crush the turtle from Disney Pixar’s Finding Nemo.

Epcot The Seas
This is inside a large building that also houses an enormous aquarium. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to walk around and look into all of the tanks. There are tiny tanks as well as massive tanks with sharks, sea turtles, manatees, and other fish.

Epcot Aquarium

Make sure to go upstairs for beautiful views! The tanks in this building are massive (5.7 million gallons) and are not to be missed.

Disney World Character Meals

If you want to see, take pictures, and interact with various Disney characters, we definitely recommend that you schedule a Disney character meal. Although they’re kind of pricey, you will get into the parks before other people, eat, and interact/take pictures with at least five characters at each venue. This will save a considerable amount of time waiting in line elsewhere in the park.

Below is a list of locations that feature Disney character meals:

Disney Character Meals
Disney Character Meal Locations

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