Mom And Kids Animal Kingdom
  • On Jun 15, 2008
    Charles from SC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Visiting in Sept with our 3 kds our fifth time, last time we did a Peter Pan Scavenger Hunt and we had a blast. We'd love to do something special like that again, however I have looked many times and can’t find anything to do.


    It sounds like you did the Family Magic Tour at the Magic Kingdom on your last visit.  Unfortunately the only other tour that I know of for children under the age of 10 at WDW is the "Behind the Seeds tour" at Epcot, which may or may not be appropriate and of interest to your children.  If your kids are now all 10 and over, you might consider the Mickey's Magical Milestone tour which provides a two-hour tour through the Magic Kingdom while describing the history of Mickey Mouse, or the Magic Behind Our Steam Trains tour if your kids are big time railroad buffs (for many kids this may not be appropriate).  All other WDW tours are for kids and adults 16 years and older.

    Alternatively you might want to consider one of the Pirate Adventure cruises, which are for ages 4-10 (no adults allowed) and include lots of pirate activities and fun for the kiddos. Lunch is also provided.

    Lastly you might want to consider creating and leading your own family activity, if you are up for the challenge (and reward!).  You could easily use either the "PassPorter's Treasure Hunts" or "Hidden Mickey's a Field Guide to WDW's Best Kept Secrets" books to create a fun scavenger hunt or photo safari for everyone to enjoy.

    I hope one of these ideas ideas can top the fun you had last time on your Family Magic Tour.  Good luck, and enjoy!  ºoº
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