1.) Cinderella's Royal Table
1.) Before being seated, you get to meet Cinderella so be sure to bring your camera!
2.) Look up when in line to meet Cinderella to see Jacque and Gus keeping an eye on things!
3.) Choose the elevator, the medieval theme is present even in here.
4.) If you have young guests in your party, you may get a little gift from your waiter/waitress.
5.) Book a late dinner in order to see Wishes from the restaurant's windows.
6.) Book a breakfast before the park opens to walk through an empty Magic Kingdom!
2.) Be Our Guest
1.) Listen closely to the suits of armor as you pass by!
2.) The line for lunch begins to form at around 10 o'clock, so you may want to get there early.
3.) If you are visiting for dinner, let a Cast Member know you're celebrating to get some of the famous Grey Stuff!
3.) Casey's Corner
1.) Go into the next room and take a seat on the bleachers to watch some vintage Disney cartoons!
2.) Casey's Corndog Nuggets are a huge hit with kids and are non-messy.
4.) Columbia Harbour House
1.) The bathrooms on the second floor are one of the only bathrooms in Liberty Square and they rarely have a line!
5.) Liberty Tree Tavern
1.) Since indoor plumbing didn't exist in the colonial days, there is only a very small bathroom upstairs in the front lobby to be as historical accurate as possible. Be prepared to wait!
2.) Get the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake for dessert. You won't regret it!
3.) The nighttime parade passes right in front this restaurant.
6.) The Crystal Palace
1.) If you book a breakfast before the park opens, you will enjoy an empty park on your way to check in!
2.) Look at the topiaries when you enter, they're of Winnie the Pooh and Tigger! They make a great backdrop for a picture!
3.) Tell the restaurant ahead of time if you're celebrating to enjoy a decorated table and maybe a free treat?
4.) Young guests can participate in a little parade with Pooh and friends during your meal!
5.) If you are eating dinner here during the fireworks, feel free to venture onto the porch to enjoy them if you don't have a view from your seat.
7.) Aloha Isle
1.) A Dole Whip is simply pineapple soft-serve, while a Dole Whip Float is soft-serve in fresh pineapple juice!
2.) The line for Aloha Isle can get really long, so remember that is a line on both sides to use.
3.) Aloha Isle can close before the park does, so don't wait too long to get yourself a Dole Whip!