Mother, Son, Giraffe, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Animal Kingdom, Savannah
  • On Feb 6, 2010
    Mitchell from NC 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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    Booked for seven days in March with our soon to be 7 year old. We have 2 days planned so far for Magic Kingdom and 1 definite day each at the other parks. Which parks do you think would warrant a second day? Do you suggest a third day at Magic Kingdom?

    Hi Mitchell!

    A week at Disney World! Terrific! Magical times await...

    2 days at Magic Kingdom should be more than enough. If you reserve 3 days, you may get that "Weren't we just here?" feeling by your 3rd visit (smile).

    The only other park I could see splitting would be Epcot. If you plan to hit all the major rides at Epcot, then you could feasibly split one visit as the "rides" visit, and the other as the "worlds" visit, by hitting just the World Showcase one day and immersing yourself in each country.

    At Epcot alone, you have attractions "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience," "Mission: Space," "Soarin," "Spaceship Earth," "Test Track," "The Seas with Nemo and Friends," all of which your 7-year old should enjoy!

    That would give you 2 days at Magic Kingdom, 2 days at Epcot, 1 day at Animal Kingdom, and 1 day at Hollywood Studios. 6 days total, with 1 day R&R. I always recommend for any trip 5 days or longer, you should take one day to just enjoy the resort. The resort is normally the largest investment one makes on a Disney trip, you have to take just one day to enjoy that investment! Each resort also has a number of amenities and activities, so don't worry about getting too board hanging back.

    Best Wishes on your March visit!

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