Mom And Son On Run
  • On Oct 27, 2014
    Karen from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Thanks for the advice aboyt MK. Staying on prop, end of Jan., for 7 days with our 4.5 year old twin girls (~43" tall). Wondering what to Fast Pass in Epcot. Also, what additional rides/shows/attractions not to miss in Epcot. Thanks!

    Welcome back, Karen!

    So, let's talk all things Epcot. There are only a handful of attractions that would interest your 4 year old princesses within this park. If you think your girls would like a true "thrill ride,' you can't go wrong with FastPass+ selections for Test Track. If they aren't fans of fast attractions, I'd go with FastPass+ selections for Soarin'. Both are the most popular attractions within Epcot, and rightly so. They are really fun!

    For your next FastPass+ selection for your girls, I would suggest Turtle Talk with Crush. Your girls will be able to sit closer to the scene, and have a better chance of speaking directly with Crush. Even my 9 year old loves this attraction, and both of my kids ask if we can visit Crush every time we spend the day in Epcot. Journey Into Imagination with Figment is also a great FastPass+ choice for your girls. There is no height requirement, the ride is slow but enjoyable, and the ImageWorks play area is a great ending to the attraction for young guests.

    Also, FastPass+ selections for Character Meet and Greets are a great idea in Epcot. Our family has found that we are always able to spend a good amount of time with the character we are visiting, which is a great change from the meet and greets within Magic Kingdom.

    I hope these suggestions help, Karen! 

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Meet the Panelist: Amiyrah, New Jersey

I'm a Disney thrill ride seeker, Star Wars fangirl and Air Force Sergeant whose name literally means "Princess." Pixie Dust is in my blood, and I'm passing that magic along to my husband, little fairy daughter, "Imagineer-in-training" son, and Winnie The Pooh sized baby boy. Learn More About Amiyrah

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