Disney Links

Here are a few of my favorite websites about all things Disney.  Enjoy!

All Ears - Extremely comprehensive website to help plan your Disney adventures (focuses on WDW, but also provides information on Disneyland Resort and the Disney Cruise Line).  Deb sends out a great newsletter every week!

DISboards - Message boards for Disney lovers of all kinds.

Disney Clips - I've been finding great Disney clipart on this site for years.

Disney College Blog - Relatively new blog specializing in looking at Disney from the college student's perspective.

Disney College Program - The official website for information on the WDW and Disneyland College Programs

Disney Parks - Part of the Disney website where you can get started planning a trip to any Disney theme park location.  You can also plan a vacation with the Disney Cruise Line or Adventures by Disney, or get information about the Disney Vacation Club.

Disney Parks Blog - Official blog about the Disney parks around the world.

Disney Professional Internships - First step in finding out more about the Professional Internships (separate from the CP).

Disney Store - Website for official Disney merchandise (You can even buy souvenirs from the parks!).

Disney Wedding Blog - Run by Carly, who is such a sweet and friendly Disney fan (and DFTW expert!) who got married in WDW in January 2009.  Her site contains vast amounts of information on different types of Disney weddings, and she even spotlights a few that you may have seen on the DIS!

Laughing Place - Another very comprehensive website to help plan Disney trips.  Be sure to check out the store!

Mousesavers - Great site for discounts and budget tips.  I recommend signing up for their newsletter to find out about great deals!

Stitch Kingdom - Fun blog site with all the latest news in the Disney community.

Tour Guide Mike - Mike provides very detailed information for touring WDW to help you find the best park days during your trip, beat crowds, and get in lines at the best times.  I've never paid for the service, but a lot of people on the DIS have raved about it.

Touring Plans - This is another website which provides tips and itineraries for touring WDW.  Most of the features require paid subscription (I believe the price is less than $10 for one year of personalized access), but you can access the Crowd Calendars for the upcoming month for free (12-month crowd calendar is available with the subscription).  I always check these when my trip gets closer, just to have an idea of the crowd levels to expect based on attendance in the past, events, etc.

WDW Radio - Informative news site on all things Disney, with a great podcast selection.

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