Auntie Tip: Free Customized Maps for Themed Days in Walt Disney World

I started Vacationearing because I wanted people to know that whatever their unique interests and fascinations are, Walt Disney World has something for them. When I started making the lists of things to do in Walt Disney World if you love *whatever*, I decided it would be fun to not only list the activities available but also provide an itinerary should anyone want to do all those things in one day. I know that many people prefer a more well-rounded vacation rather than such a niche themed day, but for those who visit frequently, it might be fun to shake things up a bit. If you are planning a themed day in the parks, a great way to plus the experience is to order customized maps.

These maps are available from the Disney website for free. If you want the maps printed and mailed to you, you have to reside in the United States, but anyone can create the maps and print them at home. To get started, you need to create an account. (If you’ve ever bought anything from DisneyStore.com, you already have an account.)

Next, you choose your theme parks. One limitation to the maps is that they’re only available for the four theme parks, so if your themed-day itinerary involves stops in Downtown Disney or other locations, you won’t be able to map them. Once you select a theme park, you can choose which attractions to highlight on the map. Then, you can pick a theme and decide whether to print the maps out yourself or have them mailed to you. If you have them mailed, it takes two to four weeks, and if you let Disney know about your vacation plans, they’ll also include information in the package to help you plan your vacation. After you submit the order, you get to enjoy the anticipation of checking the mail every day waiting for your maps to come!

So far, I’ve provided itineraries for 48 themed days in Walt Disney World. Which one would you be most likely to order a map for?

  1. 3-D Movies
  2. Aladdin
  3. Animation
  4. Astronauts
  5. Balloons
  6. Bears
  7. Birds
  8. Boat Rides
  9. Boating
  10. Cars
  11. Chip ‘n’ Dale
  12. Christmas (in November or December – Part 1)
  13. Christmas (in November or December – Part 2)
  14. Christmas (year-round)
  15. Cinema
  16. Cookies
  17. Corny Humor
  18. Cowboys
  19. Dinosaurs
  20. Disney Villains
  21. Dragons
  22. Elephants
  23. Fish
  24. Halloween
  25. Lady and the Tramp
  26. Lions
  27. Mark Twain
  28. Miniatures
  29. Mr. Potato Head
  30. Muppets
  31. Musical Theater
  32. New Year’s
  33. Peter Pan and/or His Mortal Enemies
  34. Pirates (Magic Kingdom)
  35. Pirates (outside Magic Kingdom)
  36. Pirates (resorts)
  37. Rain
  38. Reading
  39. Romance
  40. Snow
  41. Street Theater
  42. Thanksgiving
  43. Tinker Bell
  44. Toy Story
  45. Trains
  46. U.S. Presidents
  47. Vintage Magic Kingdom
  48. Winnie the Pooh and Friends