For some people, Walt Disney World is a magical place where nothing can go wrong. As long as they stay within the fantasized “Disney bubble,” they’ll have the best vacation ever, can do whatever they want, and everything will go perfectly.
However reality is that WDW, as well as the people who visit it, is/are not perfect and as time has gone on, rules sometimes have had to be made in the name of, among other things, safety, aesthetics, the comfort of others, and/or Disney’s finances.
Some of the things Disney has banned at its parks usually won’t affect most guests (Read: #1, 5 and 18). But others (#2, 6 and 10, among others) are a possibility, or are things you’ll want to plan for before you trip (such as #3).
Here’s the full list:
As they said in the video, there are some rules that are broken all the time – #15,16 and 20 come to mind. And, of course, rule #22 was completely broken a few years ago, when this was made. But it’s still good to know what the rules are, just in case.
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