Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Sep 3, 2012
    Shea 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 family of 6, 2 adults and children 15, 14, 10 and 6, will arrive at Disneyworld on Oct 20 for 7 days. This will be the 1st visit for all. We would like to take in the parades and fireworks for the parks each day. Can someone give me a schedule?


    I am more than glad to help!

    So with kids that are teens down to a 6-year old, you want to make sure you spread out the activities to appeal to all. I will assume no parks on arrival or departure days, but you can write me back if that changes! Here is how I would split up your time;
    • October 20 - Arrival Day
    • October 21 - Hollywood Studios (Fantasmic!)
    • October 22 - Magic Kingdom (Electrical Parade)
    • October 23 - Animal Kingdom (consider using evening to visit Downtown Disney)
    • October 24 - Epcot (IllumiNations)
    • October 25 - Magic Kingdom (Wishes)
    • October 26 - Departure Day
    I listed an evening activity for you. I would consider strongly having a dinner plan for the evening of the 20th as well. It doesn't have to be something that breaks the bank. Just something fun and entertaining! That really sets the mood for the trip.

    As for times of the parades and fireworks, you can find these under the park schedules. All you need to do is select "Calendar" under the park in question, go to the specific date and click on it. Show times are listed there.

    Have a magical vacation!
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