The best part about going to Walt Disney is meeting your favorite characters

What are the best parts when going to Walt Disney? Certainly meet your favorite characters, from Minnie and Mickey to your favorite Snow White. You can also meet several Walt Disney characters at once, like Anna and Elsa from Frozen. If you have a list of special characters that you want to meet, make observations first to see where they are usually located. If you can't meet Alice or Mary Poppins, go to England at the World Showcase. Similarly, if you want to find Buzz Lightyear at Magic Kingdom's Tommorrowland.

At the end of a long day in the park, there is nothing better than watching an amazing fireworks display. The performances are presented in two different styles which are basically broken down into seating, formal performances in certain locations and standing shows, in a park often accompanied by parades. If you are looking for a classic fireworks show, go to the Magic Kingdom's Happily Ever After show. Castles that will magically come alive with animations, stories, and songs that tell the story of your favorite character. If you are looking for a seat, try Rivers of Light in Animal Kingdom or Fantasmic! at Hollywood Studios. Both options offer Fastpass and there you can buy food and drinks.

Disney is a place for celebrations, so why not celebrate? Special events throughout the year make your experience a magical visit. Come to a scary Halloween Mickey party for trick-or-treat in the park, or come on holiday to get a little Christmas magic. Fear of haunted homes, no matter what year, haunted houses you should visit. Many ghosts live there and beware of the hitching ghosts!

Trading pins, it's no secret that Disney is full of souvenirs. You can choose anything from Mickey spatulas to jewelry and stuffed animals, and much more. But one thing that is unique to Disney is the selection of tradable pins. You can find this everywhere in parks, resorts and in Disney Springs. After you buy a pin to trade, simply approach the cast member wearing a lanyard or ask to see the pin board behind the desk in shops around the park and in Disney Springs. You are permitted to trade two pins at once to certain cast members.