Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Apr 9, 2010
    Elizabeth from MS 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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    Hello! We are going to Florida April 18-25 we will have 3 days to do what we want to do in WDW. Is this enough days? I have a 4yo and a 1yo. But my 4yo wants to also go to Universal. Just trying to see if we will have enough time.

    Hi Elizabeth!

    It all depends on what you want to do when you get to Disney. There are 4 major parks, and 2 Water Parks. Just factoring in the theme parks: Magic Kingdom is generally 2 days, while Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios can take 1 day if you start early.

    My recommendation: decide on where most of your "must do's" are. If you find most of them are at Magic Kingdom, I'd set aside 1 day for that park (since you only have 3 days, don't worry about setting 2 days aside if you go here)...

    In terms of fun for pre-schoolers, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom are my top 2 destinations (I have a 6 and 2 year old). 

    Magic Kingdom has all the shows, parades, and a number of child-centric rides.

    Animal Kingdom is a favorite, just because my children love animals, and there are some great attractions (Kilimanjaro Safari), a chance to see and pet animals, and good "hang out" spots, like the Boneyard.

    Possible itinerary? 1 day for Magic Kingdom, 1 day for Animal Kingdom, and a "floater" for Epcot, Hollywood, or maybe even one of the Water Parks.

    Have a blast when you go! It's just around the river bend!

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