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  • On Feb 17, 2012
    Kimberly from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My family will be visiting DW June 8-14. We have 2 adults,a 9 yr old girl and a 6 yr old boy. Our flight arrives in FL aT 1244 pm on 6/8 and we leave FL 6/14 at 440 pm. We are planning on visiting all 4 parks. Any suggestions for planning park visits


    Glad to offer some help. Here is where I would go;

    • June 8 - Arrival Day
    • June 9 - Magic Kingdom
    • June 10 - Epcot
    • June 11 - Hollywood Studios
    • June 12 - Animal Kingdom
    • June 13 -Magic Kingdom
    • June 14 - Magic Kingdom
    If you feel like trying a park on your arrival day, I would recommend either going to the Magic Kingdom, since it will have evening Extra Magic Hours and you can make a partial day a bit longer than it would have otherwise been, or perhaps Hollywood Studios for potentially smaller crowds. That is, if they don't have Star Wars Weekends. If you are not going to do a park, enjoy your resort, take a swim, and have a fun dinner at one of the Disney resorts.

    Now with the departure on the 14th, I really feel you will have enough time to visit a park, but you will probably have to be back at your resort by 1pm if you are using Magical Express. I would go with a park that is close to your resort, but not knowing where that is, I chose the Magic Kingdom. Their morning Extra Magic Hours (which I would typically avoid at this time of year) can get you another hour on your abbreviated final day.

    Write me back with more information and I can fill in more blanks, including restaurant suggestions!

    Have a magical vacation!

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