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  • On Oct 21, 2015
    Megan from LA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are considering taking my daughter to Disney right before she turns 3. I am wanting to know if it is worth going now or waiting until she is 3, or even 4? Are there plenty of things for an almost 3 year old to do? Specifics?

    Hi Megan!

    I am sure you are excited thinking about taking your little princess to the magical Walt Disney World Resort, and I say do it! It's never too early to experience the magic and I absolutely tried to take each of my little ones a few times while they were still "free." They might not always remember the early trips, but I will and those are definitely moments I will cherish forever.

    My favorite site to begin with is Planning for Pre-School Kids & Little Ones. It is full of rides, activities and experiences just perfect for the littlest Disney Guests. There are even sample itineraries and a few helpful tips from the Disney Parks Moms Panel. My 2-year-old princess adored our trip last May. (Her third!) She loved rides like Dumbo the Flying Elephant and The Magic Carpets of Aladdin and although she was a little shy, her eyes lit up when we visited her favorite princesses and Disney pals. 

    Now is the perfect time to start the magic with your little one. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with as you plan her Fairy Tale.

    Pixie Dust,

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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Colorado

Hi-ya, Pals! I'm a wife and mother of three who's enjoyed many special occasions at Walt Disney World Resort with my family: graduations, pregnancies, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, reunions, and even our Fairy Tale Honeymoon. I look for any excuse to return "home" often and would love to help add a little extra Pixie Dust to your next magical adventure. Learn More About Lauren

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