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Disney Bucket List

The other day I was reading an article that claimed to be the Ultimate Disney Fan Bucket List. My husband and I read through it, smirking at the things we’ve already done. This led me to actually sit down and create my own Ultimate Disney Fan Bucket List. I started by creating a general bucket list, that is relatable to all Disney fans. True Disney fans have probably done most or all of these.

1. Visit all of the parks in the US: There are two resorts, six theme parks in all

2. Visit all of the water parks

3. Ride all of the rides and attractions

4. Complete all of the Pirate’s Adventures, Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, and Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure missions

5. Attend Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival, and collect stamps from every country in the passport

6. Attend Epcot’s Flower and Garden Expo

7. Attend Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickeys Very Merry Christmas Party

8. Visit during Epcot’s Holidays Around the World and Hollywood Studios’ Osburne Family’s Spectacle of Dancing Lights

9. Sail on a Disney Cruise

10. Stay in a Disney deluxe resort

11. Find Hidden Mickey’s

12. Try a Dole Whip

13. Eat Pizza in Pizza Planet

14. Watch the flag retreat in Magic Kingdom

15. Pin trade, at least once

16. Earn a runDisney medal

17. Become an annual passholder, and take trips on a whim

18. See Disney’s Candlelight Processional

19. Collect all of the free Disney buttons. Since they’re free, only collect them during the actual occasions.

20. Attend a 24 hour event at a Disney park

Since I’ve completed almost all of these, I proceeded to the next step. My Ultimate Disney Bucket List includes things that are a little more challenging to complete. They may cost a lot more than the average Disney vacation, but they are attainable. Some bucket lists out there include things that cant be done by ordinary people.

1. Visit all 6 Disney resorts: California, Florida, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai

2. Visit Aulani

3. Sail on all of the Disney Cruise ships

4. Attend the D23 convention

5. Dine in Club 33 and 1901 Lounge

6. Participate in Dapper Day

7. See all of Disney’s Broadway shows

8. Spend the holidays in Disney: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Easter, Independence Day

9. Ride in the tender seat/tender ride on the Disneyland railroad

10. Become a Mountaineer: Ride all the mountains in one day. Matterhorn, Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, and Splash Mountain in California. Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, and Mount Everest in Florida.

11. Watch every Disney movie

12. Enjoy all of the character dining experiences

13. Stay in all of the Magic Kingdom resorts: Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Contemporary, Wilderness Lodge

14. Visit Griffith Park and watch the carousel: The original bench where Walt Disney had his idea for Disneyland may be in Disneyland, but this is the actual location where Walt watched his daughters as he changed all of our lives forever

15. Visit the Disney Family Museum in San Francisco

16. Visit Disney’s childhood home in Chicago (Currently just a photo op)

17. Participate in each of the runDisney races, even if it’s just the 5K

18. Earn a coast-to-coast medal

19. Stay in the Cinderella Castle suit (my own personal Dream Bucket List)

20. See Wishes Fireworks Spectacular from the rooftop of the Contemporary or Bay Lake Tower

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