Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Aug 19, 2009
    Devone from KY 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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    Planning a half day to Epcot with a 2yr old and 10mo old. Trying to plan attractions that they can participate in/ride on. Would Living With the Land be an option or is this completely a ride not suitable for little ones?

    Hi Devone,

    I remember the first time I traveled with my oldest son to Disney World. He was only a few months old and I was worried that we would have a great deal of restrictions on what we could do since he was so young. I was amazed on how much we were able to enjoy with him.

    There are a number of Epcot attractions that both of your children will be able to enjoy even at their age. Living with the Land is a boat ride through the Epcot greenhouses where scientists are experimenting with new growing techniques. The slow moving boat features rows of benches and infants and toddlers will be able to sit next to you on the bench or on your lap. My boys have always loved looking at the variety of plants and fish in the attraction and I am sure your kids will love it to. 

    Other Epcot attractions you will be able to sit in with your young children are Journey Into Imagination, Nemo and Friends at the Living Seas, Universe of Energy (this one can be a little loud and scary for some children) and Spaceship Earth.

    Hope you all have an amazing time!
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Meet the Panelist: Margaret, Illinois

I'm Margaret, a busy wife, mom to 3 sons, & full time paralegal. I've been visiting Disney World for twenty years & still can't wait for my next visit.  I hope that I can help other families experience the magic that our family finds in every trip. Learn More About Margaret

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