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  • On Mar 11, 2009
    Jennifer from FL 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 kids are ages 2 (girl) and 3 (boy). Going to WDW for 2 days (4/5 and 4/7). Enjoying resort other 2 days. We want to go to MK on one day, but not sure if we should go to HS or Epcot on the 2nd day.Which park would my young kids get the most out of?


    First of all, know that whatever park you select, there is plenty for them both to do, so there is literally no wrong answer. Here are my recommendations;

    1. Magic Kingdom: This park has more to see than any of the other parks. Keep an open mind about returning there on your second day. Decide after your first day there if there is enough reason to return on your second park day as well.

    2. Animal Kingdom: Here is the another reply that might throw you for a loop. I think that this is the second best park for small children. If yours enjoy the zoo at all, they will lose their minds here, between the rides, animal viewing trails, and shows.

    3. Hollywood Studios: Of the two parks you mentioned, this is the one I would recommend for you. Especially if you have kids that have gotten hooked to Playhouse Disney.

    4. Epcot: This is a race where coming in fourth is nothing to be embarrassed about. Tons of fun to be had here as well.

    Feel free to send me follow-up questions from my bio page!

    Have a magical vacation!
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