So, I just got back from my favorite place in the world, Walt Disney World, and I thought I’d share what I keep in my theme park bag when I go down to Orlando. I’ve been visiting theme parks since I was an infant since I grew up so close to the Orlando area so I think I have a pretty firm grasp on what you need when you’re spending the day riding rides, eating snacks, and having fun.
Ziploc Bag (not pictured) I use a gallon sized Ziploc bag to protect my electronics in case of a water ride. It is a super easy way to keep everything safe and dry.
Water Bottle/Snacks/Gum (not pictured) Lines can get long and Disney lets you bring in your own food and water so come prepared!
Phone charger w/ portable charger You don’t want your phone to die! How else will you use your My Disney Experience app?
Sunglasses The sun can be bright so keep a pair of shades on you.
Hand Sanitizer When you are out in the park you know you need hand sanitizer
Hair ties It helps keep your hair up when on thrill rides! I also brought a scrunchie because I’m extra.
A small wallet & coin purse I always bring a cardholder and a coin purse to keep the size of my things small but still well organized.
Poncho Florida weather unpredictable and it can also be used on water rides.
Lip Balm, Gloss, & Lotion Keep your hands moisturized and your lips camera ready!
Ears You don’t want to forget your mouse ears!
Hoodie It gets chilly at night so come prepared.
Please do not judge my lack of sunscreen I promise I applied some. What do you like to take into theme parks? Let me know in the comments!
11 thoughts on “What’s in my bag: Disney World 2019”
Awesome. We are planning a trip for next year. This is just want I needed to read. I was worried about over packing but you made it simple for me. Thanks so much.
Thanks for sharing! I love Disney as well. My number one thing is sunscreen, followed by water, snacks, my wallet and my camera.
I didn’t know you were allowed to bring in your own food and drinks (I’ve only been to Epcot once). Good to know!
I am the exact same way! Usually I have my nieces and nephews with me, so my biggest concern is always having snacks for them. Food prices are SO detrimental to your wallet. I love the idea of bringing the gallon ziploc bag, my husband usually wraps everything in his sweatshirts and hopes for the best, lol. I’m traveling to Disney this summer and this post was needed, now I know exactly what to take!! HAVE FUN!!
We have the same things in our park bag. The only other item I take (other than ID) is a small baggie with medicine–Tylenol, Neosporin, bandaids, moleskin, and a pair of children’s scissors.
Cute post! Disney is the best!
Ugh such good info to have! I can’t wait until we can visit. And I didn’t realize you can bring in your own food. That will save!
What a delightful post. But, this don’t only apply to Disney (except the mouse ears part) it can apply to any other theme park. I live out in Illinois and we have a six-flags we go to regularly during the season. I think these tips will help me pack.
I used to go to Orlando and all the parks every year up until 3 years ago. I love the city and the excitement of going to a theme park! This was a great guide for those who aren’t used to going much
I love this and disney. I am thinking about taking my daughter soon and I get overwhelmed when having to pack a bag for the day so I am definitely going to keep this list in the back of my head. Thanks!
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