• On Jul 9, 2019
    Krissy from TX 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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    Hello i want to play me and my children first trip to Walt Disney World for my daughter early birthday she will be 9 and my twins will be a couple months old what can i do with them all together

    Hi Krissy!

    Thanks for your question, and congrats on your first trip to Walt Disney World! Be prepared to be amazed, dazzled, and immersed in a truly magical experience! :-)

    Here is a just a sample of things you all can do at each of the theme parks:

    Magic Kingdom

    *"it's a small world": Always a classic and you'll never get those kids singing out of your head :-)

    *Mickey's PhilharMagic

    *Tom Sawyer Island

    *Under the Sea-Journey of the Little Mermaid 


    *Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival: One of my favorite experiences in all the parks that all ages can enjoy. It is 4-D, so in addition to 3-D glasses, you may feel a sprinkle of water here or there (as well as other in-theater effects), but it's pretty cool. The room does get dark before the film, so something to bear in mind if your twins or 9-year old aren't comfortable in dark areas.

    *Innovations: a number of interactive activities for all ages.

    *Journey Into Imagination with Figment

    *Kidcot Fun Stops: good crafts and art activities for children.

    *The Seas with Nemo & Friends

    *Turtle Talk with Crush

    Hollywood Studios

    *Muppet Vision 3D

    (Of all 4 parks, Hollywood Studios probably is the least expansive when it comes to newborn experiences)

    Animal Kingdom

    *The Boneyard at Dinoland U.S.A.: Your kids may spend a couple hours here playing the role of paleontologist.

    *Discovery Island Trails: See various forms of wildlife on foot or in stroller with your twins.

    In addition: There are also many Character Meet and Greets, parades, and firework shows at each park. Be sure to get a brochure when you enter the parks for respective times for the parades and fireworks shows.

    And I'm only scratching the surface here. There is much, much more to do for you and your entire family.

    Have a magical time and may you have tons of fun!


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