Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Feb 17, 2011
    Jennifer from WI 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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    We have a 4 day pass and plan to visit all 4 parks for the first time! We will be going on a Wednesday & Thursday, and then on a Monday & Tuesday in early Feb. of 2012. In which order do you suggest that we visit the parks?

    Hello Jennifer!!!

    Hmmm...GREAT QUESTION!!!

    If you are traveling with kids, I would suggest the following Disney Theme Park order:

    Day 1 - Magic Kingdom
    Day 2 - EPCOT
    Day 3 - Animal Kingdom
    Day 4 - Hollywood Studios

    NOTE:  Some people would say to save Magic Kingdom to the end for children.  However, I think you should start off with the Disney Theme Park children recognize and love!  My theory is to always start off with a BANG!  I would end with Hollywood Studios because it is GREAT for kids with incredible shows AND the BEST attraction at Walt Disney World for any age...Toy Story Mania!

    If you are traveling with adults only, I would suggest the following Disney Theme Park order:

    Day 1 - EPCOT
    Day 2 - Hollywood Studios
    Day 3 - Animal Kingdom
    Day 4 - Magic Kingdom

    NOTE:  EPCOT is an incredible place for adults (and kids!) to enjoy!  I have found that adults really enjoy the Pavilions (countries in World Showcase) AND the attractions at EPCOT.  EPCOT is like the "Magic Kingdom" for adults!!  I would end with Magic Kingdom to build anticipation for the final day.

    I hope this helps in your planning.  If you have other questions, please let me know!

    Have a MAGICAL day!
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