Top Ten Tuesday: Disney Websites

Since I am at Disney World this week (and the next!) I thought I’d give you a Disney-centric post. Don’t worry, I’m not going to fill up your reader with Disney stuff. That will come when I get back. *grin*

Today, I’m just going to give you my TOP TEN DISNEY WEBSITES (<—can you believe that’s all I’ve got for a title?!)

Here we go:

1. Disney World Moms Panel

Uhm, yeah.

2. The Disney Blog

OK, so I write for him every once in awhile. But he was the first (and only) Disney blog I read. John Frost, the editor and founder of the blog is a great guy who knows everything about Disney. Well, maybe not everything but it certainly seems like it! The blog is “Disney news and information–by fans, for fans.” I love reading it because it makes me feel in-the know and gives me a little pixie dust during the day.

3. Zannaland

disney world moms panel

(isn’t she cute?!)

There are lots of Disney fan sites out there. But none of them are written as anyone as wonderful as Suzannah, my Disney bff. She’s articulate, personable and sparkling. I love her! Plus, she likes to post retro photos of herself at Disney. She’s a girl after my own heart.

4. Disboards

There are billions of Disney forums out in cyberspace. And honestly, I don’t know much about them. But I have visited the Disboards and they know everything. If you want some Disney info, they’ve got it. And they will share it with you to the nth degree. It’s actually a little overwhelming.

5. Allears

As a Moms Panelist, this was my go-to site after (and sometimes before) the official Disney World website. Every bit of information you ever need is on here–menus, height restrictions, hotel photos, times, reviews and more.

6. Flickr

Russell the Wilderness Explorer on Disney/Pixar's UP Pre-Parade Float

(this is who I wanna see!)

OK, so it’s not a Disney website, but my  kids could spend hours looking at people’s vacation photos from Disney World! Go ahead, type in “Disney World” plus your favorite character’s name and just see the amazingness that pops up! Or try “Magic Kingdom”–you will not believe some of the beautiful photos. Really, you’ll want to frame some of them. OK, maybe not. But I do.

7. Retro Disney Sites

You know I love me a good retro photo. Well, these sites are full of retro photos, old ticket stubs and even old park maps. Lots of interesting Disney history for the real fans. (Hmmm….I know I’ve got some park maps from when Staci and I went in 1995. Is that vintage yet?) Ooh, I just found one more: Imagineering Disney. Imagineering is one of my favorite words anyway, this blog is a gem.

8. Hoop Dee Doo

How can you not love it when their avatar is a bucket of fried chicken?

9. Playhouse Disney

Ok, my kids made me say that. But I do kinda like those read-along storybooks.

10. I’m actually kind of a online Disney newbie. So, what’s your favorite Disney website?

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OK, folks. You know what to do…WRITE your own wonderful Top Ten list, LINK to me in the post, PASTE your url below and then LOVE on the rest of the participants. I’m gonna need your help today–I won’t be here to tweet and stumble and visit all the posts. Can you at least click on two or three blogs you’ve never read before? They’d love it, I can guarantee!


  1. Looks like you had a great time!
    I actually just found a Disney site today and I thought of you 🙂 However, I can’t remember the URL right now. It was not one of the sites you listed above. It focused on craft ideas for kids. Hopefully I can find it again!

  2. Chip & Co.
    the disney food blog

    We leave for Disney on the 9th and I am ridiculously excited! I hope all of you are having a blast!!!

  3. Definitely another vote for the Disney Food Blog! A.J. does a phenomenal job. I also want to give a shout-out. It was the first DIsney site I found and still my home base, even though it has changed a ton over the years.

    Finally, what about Twitter?! I found your blog and this post through it! I say that counts for something!

  4. We love Disney! My mom has had a vacation club package since 1995, so we have gone fairly regularly. We loved the new Buzz Lightyear ride…and, maybe even better, the new Toy Story ride at whatever they call Disney/MGM Studios now…my mind has gone completely blank.

  5. Can’t wait to check these out. We’re saving to go next summer!

  6. Hope you have a fabulous time. My son is in love with cars. Going to check for Flickr photos NOW.

  7. My daughter and I just got done playing at Pixie Hollow online! You create you own fairy and play games and look around Pixie Hollow. You can buy a membership to do more, but I just cannot see us on there enough for that, she is only 4 so I have to help her do anything. But still she LOVED just looking at the page, the fairies and watching me play games!! We are both BIG Tinkerbell fans- of course I may have just rubbed off on her, but she seems to love going along with it!!

  8. Just found your blog tonight and decided Top 10 Tuesday looked like fun. Thanks for hosting!

  9. I’m new to your blog–and I love it! Thanks so much for hosting Tuesday Top Ten.

  10. Thanks for hosting even while on vaca! Enjoy your trip.

  11. I really should check out Playhouse Disney. I know my girls would love it. And “Up” is one of my absolute favorites! Have a great time! I know you will ;o) Soooo jealous! :oD

  12. Thanks for hosting the carnival while on vacation. That’s amazing! I hope you continue to have a great time. This week is the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy in NYC. I share a recipe inspired by the Feast.

  13. I would say we’re on the verge of vintage! I bet none of those flickr sites have a picture of a girl laying on a hammock who’s about to get kidnapped. Jennifer, was it?!?!?!

  14. My girls are still pretty young {1 and 2} but since reading all your Disney posts I can’t wait to take them once they are a little older! Thanks for sharing all this great information.

  15. Great list and been loving the blog!

    Wanted to add one more suggestion to your list – is by Lou Mongello, who wrote (my family’s favorite!) the Disney World Trivia Books. WDW Radio is the BEST Disney podcast out there and is full of great Disney information every week (it’s free!). It has news, rumors, and some incredible interview (like Julie Andrews!!!) There’s also a blog, discussion forums, awesome videos and you can get his books, CDs and magazine there. Best of all he is 100% family friendly, so my daughters and I can listen and enjoy the show together

    Keep up the great work on the blog! 🙂


  16. I live near Disney, so I have got to go a lot of times! My advice? Don’t come during the summer or early fall! I refuse to go to between May – October because the heat is unbearable! Hope you have a good time!!!

  17. Great list. The oldest is going to Disney World with her grandad. (Without the rest of us, boo!) I should give her an internet crash course of what to expect!

  18. Um, how awesome are you for doing this post? AND you ke a secret that I was in your top ten?! Thank you so much! I know you’re having a fabulous time in the World and hopefully we’ll meet up soon! xoxo!

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