Cinderella Castle 50th Day
  • On Mar 16, 2022
    Kambria from CO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi Lisa! I'm trying to get advice on parks to attend. I have 2 children, ages 7 and 9. We will be the 5 days in the beginning of June. Thank you for your help! ❤

    Hi there, Kambria! Welcome to planDisney! Thanks so much for sending me your question. I’m happy to help you plan your vacation to The Most Magical Place on Earth!

    There’s something so magical about going to the Walt Disney World Resort with your kids when they are younger! I’m glad to hear you are planning for five days! Whether you have princesses, pirates, or one of each, all of the four theme parks offer something for 7 and 9-year-olds. 

    At Magic Kingdom Park, you will find that many of the attractions are perfect for this age group and quite a few are character-themed. Because this is Walt Disney's original theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort, you can't go wrong with this choice. 

    At Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park,  there are a variety of animal-related experiences such as Kilimanjaro Safaris that provide an up-close look at a large variety of animals.

    At EPCOT, there are some fun options for kids to explore around the World Showcase. You can visit a Kidcot Fun Stop in each country to pick up an international souvenir. There are also many attractions at this theme park and my personal favorite is Remy's Ratatouille Adventure

    At Disney's Hollywood Studios, your kiddos can explore Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge or play with Andy’s toys at Toy Story Land. Both of these lands offer family-friendly attractions and a variety of dining options. 

    Overall, I would consider your kids' interests when determining which theme parks to visit. If there are theme parks that you don’t anticipate spending all day at, you could consider purchasing park hopper tickets. This would allow you to go to a different theme park beginning at 2:00. Another option would be to plan to visit one theme park per day. You could take a midday break to enjoy the pool at your resort and then return for dinner and more park time. Once you decide which theme parks you want to visit, be sure to make your Disney Park Pass Reservations right away. 

    If you haven't already booked your hotel, I highly recommend staying at one of the Disney Resorts Collection Hotels. As a Disney Hotel guest, you can enjoy complimentary resort transportation to the theme parks and Early Theme Park Entry at each theme park every day! 

    The World's Most Magical Celebration is happening now and is another reason there are so many fun things to see and do! I'm so excited for you and your family, Kambria! Please visit me again at planDisney if you have additional questions. I'm always happy to help! 

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Meet the Panelist: Lisa, Colorado

Hi everyone! I’m Lisa from Colorado where I live Happily Ever After as a mom, wife, and kindergarten teacher! I was raised on all things Disney and fell in love with Walt Disney World Resort on my first visit at six years old. I'm lucky to be an annual Passholder at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World and I love visiting my laughing places as often as possible! I’m so excited to help you plan special memories at The Happiest Place on Earth and The Most Magical Place on Earth! Learn More About Lisa

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