• On Mar 25, 2021
    Jara from Puerto Rico Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I’m Planning to bring my two year old boy to Disney in the end of April and he loves Mickey, club house, cars and toy story I think is the right time for him to see them, please can I have some information about right park for him & restaurant booking

    Hey there, hi there, ho there, Jara! Thanks for stopping by planDisney where you're always welcome as can be. 

    I'm so excited that you and your Mouseketeer will soon be blasting off to infinity and beyond to mingle with all of his heroes. At two years old, your junior space ranger will not need theme park admission or a Disney Park Pass reservation, but he is the perfect age to experience the magic for the first time. 

    Ka-chow! If you're looking to share the road with Lightning McQueen and friends, consider booking a Cars Family Suite at Disney's Art of Animation Resort. These themed accommodations are a must-see for any Cars fan. If you don't need quite as much trunk space, book a room at the adjacent Disney's Pop Century Resort, and walk across the bridge between resorts to pay a visit to 'Mater and pals. If you visit Disney's Hollywood Studios, make sure to stop by Lightning McQueen's Racing Academy.

    Speaking of Disney's Hollywood Studios, you'll want to spend a full day at this park, exploring Andy's backyard and visiting all of his friends in Toy Story Land. Your little guy will love riding Toy Story Mania (an interactive attraction with no height requirement) and Alien Swirling Saucers. Take a spin on Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway nearby to see what sort of mischief his clubhouse pals are up to. While Mickey Mouse and friends mousek-appear a little differently here than they do in the clubhouse, your son will definitely recognize them.

    In addition to Disney's Hollywood Studios, I recommend spending at least one full day at the Magic Kingdom Park. Mickey Mouse and his crew can be found cruising down Main Street U.S.A. several times a day. Chef Mickey's is just a short monorail ride away, and it's THE perfect place to enjoy a meal and interact with the main mouse and his sous chefs. If you can't snag an Advanced Dining Reservation today, hakuna matata! I suggest checking the website frequently as cancelations are bound to happen, or to join the Mobile Walk-Up List in My Disney Experience.

    If you are planning to spend more than two or three days in Walt Disney World, I also recommend visiting Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park and EPCOT. Mickey Mouse and Pluto, along with Chip 'n Dale are available to greet Guests at The Garden Grill Restaurant in EPCOT, and this is a great option for an up close and personal glimpse at some of the gang. To make an Advanced Dining Reservation here, find the "Things to Do" heading on the Walt Disney World home page and then click on "Make Dining Reservations." You can also search for availability from an individual restaurant's listing or by clicking the + sign in the My Disney Experience Mobile App. At Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Disney characters are floating around Discovery River on festive pontoon boats and can be seen from various viewpoints throughout the park.

    I hope this helps get you started in the planning process, Jara. When you're ready, the most important thing you need to do is purchase theme park admission for the number of days you plan to visit, and then make Disney Park Pass reservations as soon as possible to secure a spot in your preferred theme parks. I hope you and your son have a magical adventure together, and if there is anything else we can do, come back and chat with us anytime. 

    See ya real soon!  
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Meet the Panelist: Betsy, Maryland

Greetings! I'm Betsy, a middle school teacher, wife, and mom of two. My family and I love to travel the world, but our best memories are those made when we're visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort. No matter how many times we visit, there is always something new to see, ride, or eat at the Disney Parks. Learn More About Betsy

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