Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Mar 2, 2010
    Yvonne from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi Dorothy: We are 2 families visiting WDW July 10-24, (1st time) staying offsite. We are thinking 7 day Base tix. Could you give us an itinerary with breaks between park days? Kids are 6,5,4,2 (girls) 2 (boy). Do we need 7 days to see must do's?

    Hi Yvonne!  Thanks for your question! 
    The park you will spend most of your time in is Magic Kingdom. I'd recomend spending 2 days at this park to get it all done. I would love to list all the age appropriate rides and attractions  for you but we are limited to the size of our answers, so I have linked you to the Disney website that lists age appropriate rides and attractions for your children. Click here to review this list.  Animal Kingdom is also a park with many rides and attractions for your children's ages. You will probably need 2 days here as well. Click here to see this list.  Hollywood Studios has a few areas that are geared for young children. One day is enough. Click here to see this list. At Epcot, unless your children are interested in seeing the different country pavilions there aren't many rides and attractions for them. I have linked you with a list for this park but I would probably save this park for when they are a little older. Click here to see this list. I would recomend spending 2 days at Magic Kingdom and then a break, followed by Animal Kingdom and another break, followed by Hollywood Studios.

    On the Disney website you can customize your own park map to help you stay focused on rides and attractions that are of interest to your children. When you are on the page just click on "customized maps", then click on one of the parks. Then you can start inputing the rides and attractions you wish to see. Click here to customize a map.

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Meet the Panelist: Dorothy, Ontario

I am Dorothy from Dundas, Ontario Canada. I am a strong believer that vacationing is a great way to create a close-knit family. There is no better place to achieve this than a trip to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Dorothy

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