Toy Story Land Woody Entrance; Hollywood Studios
  • On Oct 17, 2023
    Cynthia from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We will be in Orlando Fl for 2 whole days. Kids ages range from 2 to 13 years. Where should we go in Disney.


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    Figuring out what to do with two days at Walt Disney World is not an easy task! With four theme parks, two water parks, two miniature golf courses, and all the other wonderful activities, it is not only impossible to see it all. It is also almost impossible to decide what to do! 

    Because there is more than enough to do in any given park for a full day, I would suggest you pick two parks that most appeal to you and go to each for a day. While I can't be sure what appeals to your specific children, I do think that it is an easy selection to recommend that the Magic Kingdom should be one of your choices. It has more attractions than any other park, and it has more than enough to appeal to both your 2-year-old and your 13-year-old. But which other park should you select? Let me make a case for each one.

    EPCOT is a great park, starting with an interesting section dedicated to the wonders of our world, be it the Seas, Space, and Land. That is paired with a World Showcase that gives you the chance to explore 11 different countries in one leisurely afternoon. 

    Disney's Hollywood Studios
    Disney's Hollywood Studios creates an entertaining day for kids of all ages while celebrating the offerings of both the big screen and the smaller one in our living rooms. Thrill rides are more plentiful here, but you also have a Disney Junior space and a Toy Story land that will delight your younger child.

    Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park
    While Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park is the largest of all the parks, it has fewer attractions than the other parks. But those attractions are packed with animals from around the world, and some world-class live entertainment as well. If your kids are big fans of going to zoos, this park might blow their socks off!

    Without knowing more, the likelihood is that your best choice is to visit the Magic Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios. But if you write me back with more about what appeals to your kids, and what some of their favorite Disney movies and shows are, I might be able to refine that a bit more!

    Meeting Disney characters is a popular activity at Walt Disney World. If you can schedule a meal at Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort, you can meet Mickey and all his friends in one sitting. Plus, the resort is a quick walk from the Magic Kingdom, so you don't have to travel far to get to and from your breakfast or dinner. 

    Please feel free to write me back directly if you have any follow-up questions.

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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