1. To stop the kids’ whining.
2. You have $2,000 to spend on a family vacation and you want the most bang for your buck.
3. The kids are getting older and you want one last blowout before they leave the nest and start families of their own.
4. You’ve gone to fantastic destinations for three years in a row – Yellowstone National Park, New England, and Paris – but two days into each one, the kids said, “I’m bored.” This year, you’re going to shut them up.
5. You don’t have kids but a part of you – the part you deny to friends at work – loves rides and technical marvels. You own the DVD of Frozen and Finding Nemo, and you kinda like Mickey Mouse watches though you’d never wear one. Your internal kid wants to come out and play.
6. You can’t afford Europe and figure Epcot’s World Showcase is as close as you’ll ever get.
7. Your industry scheduled its next big get-together at the Orange County Convention Center.
8. You want to be entertained, and you want someone else to do it.
9. You won a trip on Wheel of Fortune.
10. Visiting Disney World with the family is a rite of passage akin to high school graduation, marriage, and retirement.