Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Nov 9, 2013
    Cindy from ME 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 daughters are 6 and 4. We are going to have breakfast with the Princesses at the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in Epcot and are very excited about it. However, what else is there to do in Epcot for my young daughters? Suggestions please :)


    My daughters are just around that same age range (8 and 6 now), and so I think I can help. 

    While Epcot does not have as much for younger kids, you certainly can make a day of it. There are a few good attractions in Future World. My girls' favorites include The Seas with Nemo and Friends, Soarin, Turtle Talk with Crush, and Test Track. The two sides of Innoventions also have some fun exhibits that are interactive and let them feel like they are running the show. They really loved the Great Piggy Bank Adventure last time. 

    As for the World Showcase side, there really are not many rides, though I like the Gran Fiesta Tour in Mexico. Agent P's World Showcase Adventure is also fun for them, though make sure they each get their own communicator. Sharing is not as much fun on this project. And if your girls are outgoing, the KidCot Fun Stops are great, as they get to do some crafts and meet young cast members from around the world.

    Since you are having a big breakfast there, you might skip a big lunch, but take them to a fun table service restaurant in the World Showcase. There are some that are fun, and they help open them up to a new culture. I am a huge Epcot fan, so if you need more ideas, write me back and let me know.

    Have a magical vacation! 
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