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  • On Apr 10, 2022
    Ashley from MA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, I’m thinking of taking my son that just turned 2 years to Disney for Easter. Do they do anything special? What are the parks you recommend for a 2 year old boy? Thanks!

    Welcome to planDisney, Ashley!  Thanks for stopping by with your questions.

    There is nothing quite like seeing all the magic of Walt Disney World Resort through the eyes of your child!  To them, the magic is real.  We brought our son to Walt Disney World Resort for the first time when he was about the same age as your son -- and it was such a special, magical time for us as well!  Disney's littlest Guests are also "on the Mouse"; children who have not yet turned 3 are not required to have a ticket.

    There are a few Easter events taking place at Walt Disney World Resort this year.  You'll find limited-time Easter-themed treats throughout the theme parks and Disney Resorts Collection hotels.  The talented pastry chefs have also put together some amazing Easter egg displays that can be viewed at Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Resorts, Disney's Contemporary Resort, and the largest display at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.  My favorite is the egg designed to look like Cinderella's carriage --it is exquisite!  A fun activity at EPCOT is the Eggstravaganza scavenger hunt.  Purchase a map at select merchandise locations, and hunt for character-themed eggs hidden throughout World Showcase, then return your completed map for a special prize.

    While there are activities that young children will enjoy in all four Walt Disney World theme parks, Magic Kingdom Park has the most attractions that are suitable for children your son's age.  I have included this list of Magic Kingdom Park attractions with no height requirement.

    Ashley, it is important for me to let you know that during the reopening period of Walt Disney World Resort, the Disney Park Pass system was implemented to manage theme park attendance.  At this time, all Guests ages 3 and up will need a Disney Park Pass reservation in addition to valid admission in order to enter a theme park.  I strongly recommend checking the theme park reservation availability calendar prior to making your plans.  This spring has been a busy one, and some upcoming dates have little to no availability.

    Ashley, we are here to answer whatever additional questions you might have.  Feel free to visit us at planDisney again anytime.

    Anne Marie
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Meet the Panelist: Anne Marie, Illinois

Hi everyone!  I'm Anne Marie from Illinois.  I love escaping our long Midwest winters with some fun in the sun at beautiful Walt Disney World Resort!  It seems our family of six is always on the go, and that is one reason why our Disney vacation memories are so special.  We get the opportunity to have fun while spending precious time together.  I enjoy helping family and friends plan their Disney vacations, and I'd love to help you plan yours too! Learn More About Anne Marie

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