Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Apr 23, 2010
    Zulma from FL 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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    My daughter is attending a conference in Orlando in May 2010 and my husband & I get to babysit for a week with our granddaughter...she will only be 15 months old...what can we do with a one year old at Disney?

    Hi, Zulma! With your toddler granddaughter, you have many, many options at WDW. If I could pick just one park to visit, I would suggest the Magic Kingdom. There is much to see and do for even the youngest visitors. It's at least a day-long you'll have to be on board with making a day of it (especially if you're not staying at a Disney resort).  If you purchase Magic Your Way tickets, you have the option of visiting all four of the parks on several days of your week-long stay. (Since she is under 3, her admission is free!)

    Throughout WDW, there is much to see and do outside the parks. You can take her to Downtown Disney for some fantastic dining, shopping and entertainment.  And at that age, my little ones loved Disney transportation -- buses, boats and the monorail.  We have spent much time going from resort to resort on Disney transportation. Some other areas that we love to visit are The Boardwalk and Fort Wilderness.  Wagon rides, ponies and Chip n' Dale's Campfire Sing-A-Longs are big hits at the Fort!

    If you happen to have your own transportation, it's so much fun to travel throughout the WDW property in search of great dining and recreation choices -- playgrounds, rental boats, arcades, mini-golf, kids programs and bike rentals are just some of the fun activities you can enjoy together throughout WDW. I hope this helps you plan your time with your granddaughter. Have a wonderful day and a magical trip together!
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