Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Dec 31, 2008
    William from GA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Just planned a last min trip for next week. It will be our 4 year old daughter's first visit & we are going to have 4 days. I don't want to limit us to a park a day & we are okay with not trying to go to all 4. Favs are Tink, Nemo & Little

    William, I think you have a number of excellent options for making the trip magical for your little girl.  I have focused my answer on the characters that you highlighted, but each park has several great options for small children.

    Magic Kingdom is often a favorite for the pre-school crowd, with a large number of attractions that cater to little ones.  Here, your Tinkerbell-fan can experience the new Fairies Meet & Greet at Pixie Hollow, ride Peter Pan's Flight  and see Wishes, the nighttime spectacular where Tinkerbell makes her famous descent from the Castle.  At Disney's Hollywood Studios, you can see Playhouse Disney-Live on Stage! where The Little Einsteins,  and many other Playhouse friends entertain the crowd in a show where the audience is encouraged to get up and dance along.  You can also make an Advanced Dining Reservation for Playhouse Disney's Play n' Dine, where your daughter can have breakfast with some of the Little Einsteins and other characters.  Epcot has The Seas with Nemo & Friends Ride, where you board a "clamobile" and can see Nemo and his friends among real marine life.  Finally, at Animal Kingdom, you and your daughter can catch Finding Nemo- The Musical.  I recently saw this Broadway-quality  production with my family and my kids loved it.

    I hope you and your daughter have as much fun experiencing some of these attractions as I did writing about them!
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Meet the Panelist: Tanya, New Jersey

I am Tanya from FL, full-time mom to two fun-loving boys. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

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