Disneyland Paris is accessible, affordable and a great deal of fun for all ages. Many of our happiest family memories have been made at this magical land. We have been lucky enough to visit Disneyland Paris three times and each experience has been different, mainly due to the changing ages of the children.


I have tried to break down this particular subject into helpful catatgories in order to give it the justice it deserves – check the links below….

Disneyland Paris with young children

Disneyland Paris with older children

Davy Crockett Ranch

Half Board dining

Everything you need to know about driving to Disneyland Paris

Best shoes to wear at Disneyland Paris 

Review of the Disneyland Hotel

I did not consider myself a Disney fanatic until our first trip to Disneyland, but since then I think I probably am. I don’t mean I’m completely obsessed and that every item of clothing I wear adorns Mickey Mouse. Nor do I queue up for character meet and greets without the kids , no offence …but that’s just weird. But, I love ” doing ” Disney with the kids. They go to so much effort to make everything special and magical and to please everybody. Its all in the finer detail with Disney. My husband however is really not taken with the whole Disney thing at all. Very reasonable grounds for divorce, some might say. But, this does at least enable me to review the attraction from two very differing points of view, and share tips and bargaining tools you could use to convince a reluctant spouse that Disney is a must do with the kids.

So Mickey ears at the ready? (also NOT a sign of obsession)  Lets go to Disneyland.

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