Mother, Son, Giraffe, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Animal Kingdom, Savannah
  • On Feb 17, 2013
    Leslie 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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    We are taking our 15 yo girl and her friend to WDW for 2 days in March. They are interested in rides but also MK sights. We have breakfast reservations at Crystal Palace. Should we divide between MK and Epcot? or just MK? Help!

    Hi Leslie! For your situation, it sounds like you have already decided that Magic Kingdom is a must-do.  Great choice!  This is my favorite theme park and in addition attractions at Magic Kingdom, there are some unique entertainment opportunities that makes your visit to Magic Kingdom special. Starting your day off at Crystal Palace is something I do often so again, great choice!

    Now you have a decision to make as to whether your daughter wants to include Epcot into their itinerary.  If you have a park hopper ticket, I would strongly recommend that the girls visit Epcot.  If you have base tickets, I would suggest your daughter and friend review the attractions at Epcot. I'm sure they would especially enjoy the newly refurbished Test Track and Soarin'.  They may also find it fun to dine in other countries.  As a side note, I brought my 16 year old daughter to Disney a few months ago with friends and they had plenty to do during the day and we didn't even have time to visit World Showcase!  

    My suggestion would be to spend a day in each of the parks.  And don't worry, girls have a way to make anything fun when they are together!

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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Connecticut

Hello! I’m Diane from Connecticut. I am a retired project manager and I'm married with three grown children.  My family enjoys traveling to Walt Disney World and believe Disney vacations are like snowflakes in the Northeast, no two are the same! Learn More About Diane

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