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  • On Mar 3, 2009
    Carina from NY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    You are all awesome. Heading for 1st trip ever at Easter time. We have 2 boys (6,4) & infant girl. Can you tell us the must sees for kids that young at Epcot as we will be staying there the day. Everything seems geared towrds older kids.

    Hi there Carina!

    My boys (who happen to be 6 and 4 too!) love Epcot.  Their favorite attractions include:

     - The Seas with Nemo and Friends, where you board a "clam-mobile" and watch Nemo and his pals swim through giant tanks filled with beautiful (real) sea life.  Turtle Talk with Crush is another fabulous, interactive attraction (it's a show) with an animated Turtle that answers kids' questions.  The various tanks and other activities at the Seas Pavilion can keep kids occupied for over an hour coupled with these two attractions.
    - Journey into Imagination with Figment is a wonderful, colorful, sensory attraction that many kids adore.  Figment is among my boys' favorite characters at Disney.  The ride exits into the Imageworks Labs presented by Kodak.  This is an interactive playground with tons of activities for kids.  They can "conduct" an orchestra by waving their arms, take pictures of themselves that they can then animate and email home to friends and family, and an area with pictures that make noise when you run, jump and stomp on them.  Sounds fun...right!
    -Mexico Pavilion and the ride that features Donald Duck and the Three Caballeros.  They also love to eat at the San Angel Inn overlooking the ride inside the pavilion.
    - Test Track - there is a 40" height requirement for this attraction, but both of my boys are on the tall-ish side, and have been riding since they were a bit over three.  It's fast, but not scary.  You could use the child swap with your infant so that  you and your hubby can ride.
    - They love walking Kidcot spots throughout the park, which are little stations set up in the pavilions where kids can do a small craft or other project (they are free) and collect them as souvenirs.

    Honestly, these are just a few.  I'd run out of allocated space to fully list all the attractions that I bet will have your kids loving Epcot as much as mine do!

    Have a great trip!

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Meet the Panelist: Tanya, New Jersey

I am Tanya from FL, full-time mom to two fun-loving boys. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

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