Mom And Son On Run
  • On Oct 26, 2011
    Heather from MN 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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    I'm planning a disney trip for our almost 4 yr old (and 7 month old.) but have no idea where to begin planning. Where should we stay? I'd like a fun, kid friendly hotel? Which parks are best for this age? It's all so overwhelming for me! Please help.

    Hello there Heather!

    I think you need to start with a budget. There are four levels of resorts to stay at Value, Moderate, Deluxe and Deluxe Villas. To me, the most kid friendly resorts for your age range would be the Value resorts due to the overly large scale icons that are scattered throughout the resorts. Kids love playing on and around all of the neatly themed objects.

    All of the Walt Disney World Parks offer something for your toddler. The most rides for his age would have to be at Disney's Magic Kingdom. Hollywood Studios offers the most shows to watch specially, “Disney Junior - Live on Stage!”. Disney's Animal kingdom is a great animal park but most rides are not accessible for his age. Epcot offers a great experience for future exploration to foreign lands and different environments, even space.

    My advice is to plan how many days you would like to visit and then decide which parks to go to. You will never go wrong with Magic Kingdom! Thanks so much for asking the Moms Panel I hope this information helps you with your planning and if you have more questions, please ask away, we are always here to help!
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Meet the Panelist: Angelo, South Carolina

I am originally from Puerto Rico and currently live in Simpsonville, SC. I'm a single Dad with an eleven year old daughter and seven year old son. I love planning trips to Walt Disney World and can't wait to help you! Learn More About Angelo

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