Cinderella Castle 50th Day
  • On Sep 2, 2022
    Dana from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am planning a trip to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot with my daughter and 1 year old granddaughter. What rides can we go on?

    Hi Dana! Welcome to planDisney!
    I'm so excited to hEAR about your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World Resort! You, your daughter, and your granddaughter have so much fun ahead of you. Magic Kingdom and EPCOT are my two favorite places to be in the entire world, so those are definitely the Parks I would choose as well! You and your family will be able to enjoy the fantasy and wonder of Magic Kingdom with its backdrop of Cinderella Castle and explore the neighborhoods of EPCOT as you wander through World Nature, World Discovery, World Celebration, and World Showcase.

    Throughout both of these incredible Theme Parks, there are so many rides and attractions that you and your girls can experience together. In fact, Magic Kingdom has over 20 attractions with no height requirement, meaning everyone, including your little toddler, can join in on the fun.  Some of these amazing attractions include a few classics such as Peter Pan's Flight, "it's a small world" and Pirates of the Caribbean.  You'll be able to spin on the Mad Tea Party, fly with Dumbo the Flying Elephant, sing along at the Country Bear Jamboree, and dive into the deep blue sea at Under the Sea  - Journey of the Little Mermaid.  Your little one can even spend some time running through the "raindrops" at the Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station! With so much to do you might want to plan a nap in the middle of the day so that she can stay up for the Disney Enchantment fireworks that evening.  

    At EPCOT, you'll all be able to Journey Into Imagination with Figment, wave hello to Elsa and Anna in Frozen Ever After, and scurry through a bustling French kitchen at the newest addition to the France Pavilion - Remy's Ratatouille Adventure! Spaceship Earth is dark and cool, making it the perfect stop for a midday-toddler snooze while still enjoying the Park with your daughter.  Your little one may also love stopping by The Living Seas to enjoy a relaxing fish-filled ride on The Seas with Nemo & Friends.  

    Beyond these and other attractions with no height requirement within the Parks, there are so many ways to have fun together as a family.  You can plan to meet some of your favorite Character Friends either at specially designated areas or at a Character Dining Experience like the one at The Crystal Palace.  In just a few days, Winnie the Pooh and friends will be back to munching and brunching with Guests at Magic Kingdom, and you're certain to find Chip, Dale, and maybe even the "big man" himself at The Garden Grill Restaurant at EPCOT.  

    Just one final tip, Dana! If you need anything to make your toddler's day a little better, feel free to stop by the Baby Care Centers at each of the Theme Parks for a bit of a rest.  Here you'll find changing tables, highchairs for feeding, and even an area to purchase any necessities you may have run out of throughout your day.  It's a great place to unwind for a bit before heading back out into the magic.

    Enjoy every moment with your wonderful girls!
    Ashley M
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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, Massachusetts

Hi All, I'm Ashley! From the very beginning Walt Disney World Resort has always been a part of my life. As a child I excitedly helped to plan family trips, as a young adult I planned our "happily ever after" right on Disney property, and now I'm lucky enough to plan magical vacations for my three incredible children. When we're not taking in the enchanting experiences of the parks, we're home in Massachusetts, probably planning our next trip! Learn More About Ashley

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