Want to know all the ins and outs of Walt Disney World? These vloggers will provide all the content needed to create a great plan for your next trip. If this is your first trip, or first trip in a while, watching YouTube videos is a great way to catch up with how Walt Disney World Resort operates on a daily basis.
Is Genie plus too complicated on paper? Watching a video of Molly making Genie plus and individual lightning lane reservations throughout her Magic Kingdom day can be a much easier way to learn.
All of the creators below do a great job of highlighting the excitement and fun that takes place at Walt Disney World.
So let’s learn a little more about the vloggers and where you can find them!
One of the things that makes the Super Enthused channel special, is Jackie’s very enthusiastic and positive attitude. She does a great job of mixing entertainment and education about all things Disney World. And even though she travels a lot to Disney, it never feels like its her job. She gets just as excited about all the Disney World festivities as someone that only goes once a year.
The YouTube Channel started as an extension of Jackie’s blog in 2017. And it’s not all Disney, so you can expect to see lots of tourist spots around Florida. The recent road trip that included stops at Cedar Point, Holiday World, and Gatlinburg were great.
So if you are looking for what to expect in Disney World, and also explore other attractions in the area, I would definitely recommend watching Super Enthused!
Disney Food Blog is one of the go to channels if you want up to date news. I really recommend this channel to make sure you are ready for any changes close to your vacation. Over the last few years, things have changed so quickly at Disney World and DFBGuide has kept up with all of it.
The channel is also a great resource for definitive guides to Genie+, Lightning Lanes, Rides, Restaurants, Snacks, etc.
For even more in depth information of Disney Dining, be sure to check out their extensive website that explores all the food options.
All Ears is one of the best Disney YouTube channels out there. They have in depth videos that really dig in to what you’ll experience while at Disney World. They send out a mixture of contributors that can give different perspectives of all parts of the resort.
A great example of the in depth videos are the challenge videos. Some of my favorite videos are the transportation challenge videos. Molly, Breedlove, and Quincy all head to the park at the same time by different transportation options, and we get to see how fast each method is. So if you think it’s faster to get to Hollywood Studios by Skyliner, let’s watch and find out!
All Ears also has a blog that gives even more information about all things Disney World. They collect a lot of guest feedback and ratings that can help you make decisions on resorts, dining, etc.
Also, if you haven’t heard, Molly, Alan, and DuckFist left All Ears to start their own YouTube Channel. Let’s take a look at this one next.
This is the newest YouTube channel of the bunch but my guess is that it grows very quickly. The Mammoth Club will feature Molly, Alan, and Max ( AKA DuckFist) explaining all things Disney World.
Out of all the channels that we will mention on the page, a lot would agree, that Molly is the best at mixing education and entertainment. It would be easy to see her in a mainstream TV Travel show.
So while the channel only has a few videos at the moment, be sure to tune in for all of the Disney World and Universal content that they’ll provide.
This channel is a little different, in that it revolves around Tim, Jen, and their son Jackson. While the channel is a lot about Disney World, it also features a lot of other attractions in Central Florida.
We have a son close in age to Jackson, so it’s been fun to see that activities they do as a family and what we may be interested in as well.
The video that Tim, Jen, and Jackson made at Peppa Pig Theme Park made us put that in our plans for October.
It’s a great family channel and an added bonus is all of the Disney World content.
If you are looking for Disney World ambience in a YouTube channel, this one is for you! It’s a great channel to put on in the background and just soak in all the sights and sounds.
There is no voiceover or narration but this channel really doesn’t need it. 4K WDW really is a special channel and if you want to feel like you’re in the Magic while at home, tune in to this one.
Looking for something different to put on screen instead of the weather channel or CNN, try 4K WDW!
I discovered ROPE DROP while working remotely. Pat goes to Magic Kingdom almost everyday and live streams from the park. It’s a lot of fun to see all of the activities everyday and will automatically put you in a better mood!
The channel also has a very active community with its own Discord. So if you are looking for a place that includes other Disney Adults, ROPE DROP is a great place to start.
Now you know what to expect while in the parks. Still need a great place to stay? Check out our Walt Disney World Resort reviews.