You know the best month of the year to go (hint: May), what days you can eat for free (yep, it's a real thing) and how to navigate the park with kids in tow (two words: Fast Passes). You're basically an expert...but we're betting there's one part of Disney World you haven't heard of. Yep, prepare to have your mind blown.
According to T + L, there are actually three secret attractions at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, that hardly anyone knows about, and they sound pretty neat for the kiddos (read: us), especially because they don't require waiting in lines or worrying about seeing the last meal you ate make a reappearance. All three are interactive games, meaning kids can go around every corner of the park finding clues, winning prizes and unlocking hidden secrets.
First, there's "A Pirate's Adventure ~ Treasure of the Seven Seas" in Magic Kingdom, where kids will help Captain Jack Sparrow find hidden treasure from five different trails, using their MagicBand and park tickets to reveal an interactive scavenger hunt around Adventureland. Then there's "Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom" where kids (OK, fine, and adults) can uncover 20 secret portals that also hand out souvenir spell cards to be used throughout the game.
Last, but certainly not least, is the interactive Epcot Park game, called "Phineas and Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure." This game is based on the Disney Channel cartoon show. Kids will be mesmerized by the scavenger hunt (the game sends clues via text message) as they find riddles in phone booths and act as spies while traveling around the different country pavilions of Epcot.
Only two parks—Magic Kingdom and Epcot—include these types of games, and they can only be played throughout the day, but fingers crossed they'll be adding more in the near future.
Motion to add "Mommy Gets Drunk on Millennial Pink Rosé While the Kids Run Around the Park" as an interactive game.