Free Disney World Touring Plans

Since 1986, we’ve created theme park touring plans for hundreds of thousands of families. Our plans have been featured in USA Today, the New York Times, and dozens of newspapers, magazines and television shows. We’re widely regarded as the authority in touring theme parks throughout the world. And now you can use the same planning tools we use for the Unofficial Guide!

Our planning software for Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Universal Orlando, and Disney Cruise Line will help you create the perfect itinerary for your visit to the parks. And our easy-to-use interface will guide you through the process.

Step 1: Select your park and date you’ll visit

If the park you’re visiting has Extra Magic Hours, we’ll notify you right away, so you can use that extra time in the parks! is the only Disney trip planning software that includes schedules for every day of the week, for every park, and for morning and evening Extra Magic Hours.

Step 2: Choose your attractions, character greetings, parades and fireworks

Whether you want to see classic attractions such as Dumbo the Flying Elephant, or Disney’s newest hits like Star Tours 2: The Adventure Continues, or have your children get autographs from Disney’s princesses, you’ll be able to include all your favorites in your touring plan, as many times as you want! Want to ride Space Mountain six times in one day? No problem! Our planning software supports more shows, character greetings, and live performances than anyone!

Step 3: Select your meals and breaks

Eating at Disney World's restaurants is one of the highlights of any trip. Your plan can include breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and as many breaks as you want to take throughout the day. Feel the need for a nap back at your hotel? Just tell the software you want to take a mid-day break, and we’ll make sure it’s part of your plan.

Step 4: See your plan!

We’ll display an optimized touring plan for you to print and take with you to the park. We’ll also recommend exactly when to use FastPass+ – a ride reservation system – to cut your waits in line even further.


Want to make changes to your plans? We have the only planning software that lets you try out dozens of “what-if” scenarios, without completely re-doing your plans. For example, if you want to see what happens to your plan if you move Winnie the Pooh ahead of Space Mountain in the morning, our software can do that! (And we’re the only ones that have this feature!)


Step 5: Print And Go!

Step 6: Get late-breaking info while in the parks

If a ride breaks down or something unexpected happens while you’re in the parks, you can update your touring plan through Lines, our mobile application. Lines runs on most web-enabled phones - including iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and more - and will update your touring plan based on what’s actually happening

Other options available (including walking speed, preferences, starter templates)

  • Choosing a walking speed - Teens may want to race around the park from one attraction to the next, while parents with small children may want to move more slowly. Our software can accommodate a wide range of walking speeds, to ensure you have enough time to get where you’re going.
  • Setting a preference for walking versus waiting in line - Some people consider an extra minute in line much worse than an extra minute of walking. Others are the opposite, and some are in the middle. Regardless, there’s a setting in our software that lets you select a preference.
  • Use the Unofficial Guide’s plans as a starting point - Our software is unique in that it allows you to copy another touring plan to use as a template for your visit. If you’ve found a touring plan that’s close to what you want, you can copy and customize it to your heart’s content.

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