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  • On Dec 10, 2010
    Marsha from CO 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 husband and I have been to WDW two times and are planning our first trip with our 2 year old daughter in June. We really want to make this trip about our little one who loves Playhouse Disney and all the Princesses. What to do? Where to go?

    Hi Marsha!

    So, first trip for the little princess? How exciting! I can remember taking my daughter for the first time (age 3). I was excited (which isn't much for me when we're talking about Disney), but so much more excited for her!

    Here are a few "must do's" for your daughter:

    Magic Kingdom
    Cinderella's Royal Table at Cinderella's Castle-yes, it can be a little pricey, but serves as one of the best places to get up and close pictures with Cinderella. Some others you should expect to see are Snow white, Jasmine, and Belle. My daughter was star struck there :-)

    Peter Pan's Flight/Magic Carpets of Aladdin-two toddler friendly rides that are very fun.

    Kidcot Fun Stops at World Showcase-my children loved these stations, which have fun and engaging crafts for little one's.

    Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway)-another place to see many of the Princesses, such as Cinderella, Belle, Ariel, etc.

    Hollywood Studios
    Playhouse Disney-Live on Stage-see acts such as Little Einsteins. Handy Manny, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, etc.

    Playhouse Disney at Hollywood and Vine-sit for breakfast and enjoy singing, dancing, and good eating with Playhouse Disney characters.

    Voyage of the Little Mermaid-a short show starring Princess Ariel

    Animal Kingdom
    Affection Section-area where your daughter can pet the animals

    Kilimanjaro Safari-one of the best attractions at the 4 parks, in my opinion.

    The Boneyard-my children could have stayed here all day. Your daughter can be a little paleontologist.

    So, these would be my "must do's" at the parks for family and daughter. Have a great time!

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