You’re a holiday junkie, and you need a holiday break.
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, so we’ve compiled a list of things you can do to get the most out of your holiday weekend.
For some people, they’re even getting ready to take their family on a vacation, which is awesome.
For more tips and ideas on holiday entertainment, shopping and dining, read on.1.
Celebrate the holidays with a family of fourThis is the best way to have fun and celebrate the season.
A family of 4 gets a free gift every day and gets a special Thanksgiving Day turkey and a gift card to the Disneyland Resort for a family-sized dinner.2.
Go to a Disney World vacation spotYou can always make a big deal of a Disney theme park visit.
If you want to do something special for your family, make sure you book an all-inclusive resort pass or even a family trip.
And don’t forget to check out the rest of the theme park attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean, Epcot, Wilderness Lodge, Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.3.
Get a free meal with a Disney resortIf you don’t want to wait for a wait staff to deliver your dinner, you can get a free buffet meal in the Walt Disney World Resort.
Just fill out an online reservation form and select a restaurant or hotel that has a Disney restaurant or resort in your area.4.
Enjoy a Disney fireworks show at a Walt Disney ResortIf you’re looking for a night to see fireworks, take advantage of the fireworks show and enjoy a family fireworks show.
You’ll get a complimentary dinner and an unlimited amount of popcorn.5.
Celebrating the Holidays with a new bookThe Disney Book Club has a new line of book recommendations that include holiday reading for adults and children.
They offer titles that offer tips and information for the whole family.
Some of these titles include: “How to Be Happy in Your Own Time,” “The Holidays in the House,” “Happiness in a Lifetime,” “Blessings, Happy Holidays,” “Holiday in a Day,” “A Year of Christmas,” “Christmas Carol,” “Falling in Love with a Star,” “Love, the Art of Love” and “Harmony in the Time of Cholera.”6.
Have an alligator in your homeThe alligator is one of the best-known animal stories in Disney history, but what does it mean to be a true alligator lover?
Check out these Disney Parks alligators to find out.7.
Visit a Disney Resort Disneyland ResortFor every person in your family who goes to Disney World, there are 10 people who live in the same house.
That means every family gets a trip.
For example, a family can take a group of three people on a family vacation to Disney Springs.8.
Celebrant on a Disney VacationGet a free trip to Disney Vacations with your family and friends.
They can take you to Disney’s Adventureland and Islands of Adventure.
You can even take your family on Disney’s BoardWalk.9.
Visit the Disney Movie Hall of FameIn addition to the movie theaters, you might want to visit the Disney movie hall.
The Hall of Movies has an interactive movie trivia game, a movie-themed gift shop and even a restaurant with a selection of Disney favorites.10.
Celebrated with a great mealAt a Walt Diner, you’ll get free dinner for a party of 5 with a limited menu.