The Sensory-Friendly series continues with a stop in Sensory-Friendly EPCOT. This park actually has quite a few quiet respite areas for guests seeking sensory decompression.
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The Retreat, Only on Celebrity Cruises
The Retreat on Celebrity Cruises ships are All Suites, All Exclusive, and All Included, offering extraordinary accommodations with all the extras.
Sensory-Friendly Magic Kingdom
If someone in your traveling party lives with sensory processing disorder, a place like Walt Disney World can be completely overwhelming. This is why it’s incredibly important to research and prepare! As a Certified Autism Travel Professional, this is where I come in! Here is my breakdown of a Sensory-Friendly Magic Kingdom!
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Disney Fantasy – Getting to Know You
First setting sail in 2012, the Disney Fantasy is the fourth ship in the Disney Cruise Line ship. Currently, the Fantasy sails mostly Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries out of Port Canaveral, including stops at Disney’s Castaway Cay, the private island in the Bahamas.
Café Orléans in Disneyland Park
Café Orléans is an incredible table service restaurant located in New Orléans Square. And it has been there since day 1 in 1966!
Breakfast at Universal Resorts
Let’s Talk About Breakfast at Universal Resorts! Unless you’re new here, you already know that I’m just here for the… Read more Breakfast at Universal Resorts
Roundup Rodeo BBQ
We’ve been waiting and waiting and waiting and we FINALLY know! Toy Story Roundup Rodeo BBQ will open up on March 23, 2023. Located in Hollywood Studios in Toy Story Land, this new table service restaurant is straight out of Andy’s imagination! And now we know the menu!
Fort Wilderness Cabins & Campgrounds
It’s time to talk about Walt Disney World’s most UNDERRATED place to stay. The Campsites and Cabins at Fort Wilderness offer a ton of accommodations, dining options, recreation, entertainment, and MORE for guests of all ages. This massive resort has so much to offer that you could spend several days here and not once step foot inside the parks. All without being bored!
Yellowstone & Grand Teton
The United States is full of natural beauty, and our National Parks are no exception. Perhaps you’ve joined the many people who’ve added “visit the national parks” to their bucket list! Or maybe you’re just seeing this and you’re thinking “hmmm, this does seem interesting.” Visiting Montana and Wyoming is a great way to tour both Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks.