Here’s How Your Kids Can Eat Free at Disney World This Summer
Kids have even more to look forward to at Walt Disney World this summer.
Walt Disney World is offering those traveling with youngsters more savings to look forward.
The Orlando theme park is now providing a free dining package for kids this summer. As part of the deal, children aged 3-9 years old can snag free dining when families book a full price three-night and three-day Magic Your Way vacation package, which includes a stay at a Disney Resort hotel, theme park tickets, and one of several dining options.
The free kids dining offer comes with a few restrictions. For example, everyone staying in the same room must be on the same package and children must order from the children’s menu when available. The offer is available to those traveling from May 28 through August 30 of 2018, though you’ll need to book your trip by August 1 to grab the deal.
The Disney dining options to choose from are a Quick Service package for grab-and-go bites, a standard option that includes more than 50 table-service restaurants, and a deluxe option that offers the widest range of appetizers, meals, and desserts for guests.
The theme park is home to a few well-known treats like their famed Dole Whip cones, which are found at Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, or right outside the Polynesian Village Resort, to crème-stuffed custard buns called schoolbread.
Disney World also has a few quick service restaurants like the Friar’s Nook, where you can snack on buffalo loaded chicken tots or pot roast macaroni and cheese, and full service restaurants like Jiko—The Cooking Place, where you can sample South African wines and dishes.