Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jun 8, 2015
    Tara from IN Asked

    Wanted to use ddp to book fantasmic, I read that you should still get to fantastic about 30mins before the show. My son has Autism and waiting in a seat for 30 mins is something that can't be expected from him. What can I do to fix this? Any ideas?

    Hi Tara,

    Thanks so much for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. I'm more than happy to help!

    The great thing about the Fantasmic! Dining Package is that there is a reserved seating area and a separate entrance for those participating in the dining package. It is recommended that you should still arrive early because those seats are first come, first serve. If you aren't that particular about where you sit, then you can arrive a little closer to show time. Another option might be to send one person from your party in a little earlier to grab a seat for all of you. If I were you, I would ask a Cast Member on the day of your visit to Disney's Hollywood Studios what the best plan of action would be given your unique situation, and I would definitely book the Dining Package!

    I hope this helps and please stop back by if you have any other questions. Have a magical vacation!

    ~Carrie
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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, Tennessee

Walt Disney World Resort is my happy place! If you happen to catch me when I'm not there, you'll find me planning my next trip because to me, dreaming of the next visit is half the fun. My children and I travel frequently as Disney Vacation Club members, and I would love to share some of the things that I've learned so that you can have the most magical vacation ever! Learn More About Carrie

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