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Answering The Most Googled Questions About Disney World! Part 3

When it comes to planning a Walt Disney World trip there are a lot of questions that come to mind! Google is your best friend when it comes to answering questions so I looked up what the most Googled questions about Disney World were. And now I am here to answer them!

In this final part of the series I will answer even more of the most asked questions on Google about Disney World!

Today we will look at the can /can't, why and is questions.

You can read Part 1 here for the what, when, where, can and without questions!

And Part 2 here for the are, where, will and near questions!

So let's answer some more of the most burning questions about a trip to Disney World!


Can Disney World Tickets Be Used at Disneyland?

Unfortunately Disney World tickets can't be used at Disneyland. Both Disney World and Disneyland have their own ticketing systems which can't be interchanged between the two.

To purchase your Disney ticket either buy directly from Disney for Disney World tickets or Disneyland tickets or look at ticket companies such as Attraction Tickets.

Can't Miss Disney World Restaurants

Disney World has over 200 restaurants on property and is a foodie destination! There are so many different types of cuisines to choose from you will be spoilt for choice!

Here are some restaurants you don't want to miss!

Some of the best table service restaurants at Disney World are:

  • Topolino's Terrace

  • California Grill

  • Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

  • The Crystal Palace

  • Liberty Tree Tavern

  • Boma

  • Yak & Yeti Restaurant

  • Sanaa

  • Tiffins Restaurant

  • The Wave...of American Flavors

  • Victoria & Albert's

  • Narcoossee's

  • Grand Floridian Cafe

  • Ohana

  • Storybook Dining at Artist's Point with Snow White

  • Whispering Canyon Cafe

  • Spice Road Table

  • Rose & Crown Dining Room

  • The Turf Club

  • Ale & Compass Restaurant

  • Yachtsman Steakhouse

  • Wine Bar George

  • Terralina Crafted Italian

  • Chef Art Smith's Homecomin'

  • Morimoto Asia

  • The Boathouse

  • House of Blues Restaurant & Bar

  • Jaleo by Jose Andres

For your best chance at getting dining reservations at Disney World book as soon as you are able to, which is 60 days before.

If you are staying on-site at a Disney World resort you have the added advantage of booking dining reservations for your whole trip, up to 10 days, at the 60-day mark.


If you are staying at a Disney World Resort and are booking your entire trips dining at once then book the harder to get reservations towards the end of your trip. This will make it easier for you to get these hard-to-get reservations as fewer people will have been able to book for those dates.

If you didn't manage to get the reservations you wanted at the 60-day mark use websites such as Mouse Dining and Mouse Watchers, where you can set up alerts to let you know when a dining reservation becomes free for the restaurant and date you wish to dine.

Quick service dining locations don't require reservations so are perfect for stopping by to grab some food! Some of the best quick service restaurants at Disney World are:

  • Columbia Harbour House

  • Satu'li Canteen

  • Flame Tree Barbecue

  • Ronto Roasters

  • Woody's Lunch Box

  • Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

  • Rose & Crown Pub

  • Regal Eagle Smokehouse

  • Centertown Market

  • The Polite Pig

  • Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza

Many quick service dining locations allow you to use mobile ordering. Simply use the My Disney Experience app to pre-order your food, select a time you would like to collect it and the app will notify you when your food is ready to collect.