Links to Useful Disney Sites
Below are some of my personal favorite Disney websites. These are the Disney sites I find myself turning to when I’m planning a trip or curious about something Disney-related, if I don’t have the information here on my own site!
Small World Vacations has great information and online tours for Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. This site is run by a travel agency that specializes in Disney vacations. I highly recommend and use Small World Vacations myself. Be sure to check out their blog for the latest Disney news and information, too!
Undercover Tourist YouTube Channel – Hundreds of videos in HD (1080p) for most shows & rides at Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando. It’s a great way to preview an attraction to see if it might be scary for your kids (or you). It’s also helpful if you’re not sure if a ride is a “must-do” for you. This channel is operated by Undercover Tourist, a company I’ve been recommending for years as a great place to buy discounted tickets for Disney World, Universal and other Central Florida attractions.
The DIS discussion boards offer one of the best and busiest places to discuss anything Disney-related, especially Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Line. You’ll find a lot of Disney lovers here who have been to visit the Mouse many times and who can answer almost any question you can think up.
AllEarsNet (Deb’s Unofficial Walt Disney World Information Guide) offers incredibly (almost overwhelmingly) comprehensive information to help you plan your Walt Disney World trip. If you want all the tiny details about almost anything to do with Disney World, this is the site for you.
MousePlanet offers lots of Disney gossip and insider information, particularly about Disneyland (California). There are new “top stories” almost daily. MousePad, the site’s discussion board, is the busiest place to go if you want to talk about Disneyland or Disney’s California Adventure.
PassPorter Walt Disney World Boards – These discussion boards are sponsored by a very good Walt Disney World guidebook called PassPorter Walt Disney World. They are open to anyone, and everyone on these boards seems very willing to offer help.
TouringPlans.com – The website of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World and The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland, providing updates to the printed guidebooks. This site is the home of the “crowd calendar,” which predicts crowds at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. It also offers custom theme park touring plans to minimize the time you spend waiting in line, for a very minimal fee. (Click here for an exclusive discount.)
The Disney Food Blog - Whether you want the latest and best information about Disney World and Disneyland restaurants and snacks, want to learn more about the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival or holiday food treats — or just want to see lots of yummy food pictures, you’ll enjoy this blog!
StudiosCentral.com – Want the latest info on Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World? Here’s the site to check out for complete and detailed information on that theme park.
Walt Disney World Entertainment Guide – Steve Soares’ outstanding site is constantly updated with the latest info on all upcoming shows, special events and even street performers at Walt Disney World.
Jeff Spencer’s Ft. Wilderness FAQ is a goldmine of information for anyone considering a stay at Ft. Wilderness.
WDWorld.com – This outstanding unofficial WDW site, written in French and headquartered in Canada, offers very comprehensive coverage of the parks, hotels and restaurants.
Teri’s Disney Travelers’ Disability FAQ is a useful resource for those with disabilities (and their friends and family) who are planning a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland. Lots of great links to additional information, too.
Yesterland – Explore what Disneyland was like “back in the day”! Werner Weiss has collected photos, information and stories that will take you back to the early years, when Walt Disney was still making his dream come true.