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  • On Jun 19, 2010
    Patti from PA 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.

    1st time, DH, self, my mom n 3 yr & 14mon sons 9/21-27/10. POP century, looking for schedule? Have ADRs 9/21-Crystal Pal.@330, 9/22-Ohana@9a, 9/23-Tusker@10a, 9/24-Chef M @7a,9/26-Gar Grill@4p. Please help, u do a great job! Will need breaks for naps.


    So here is a schedule for you to consider. I don't waste your time chasing evening Extra Magic Hours, since your boys are probably not night-owls yet! And your dining reservations keep you from the morning ones. But with mostly lights crowds most of your visit, I would not worry about that. You are going to face shorter than average lines, and that means you should get plenty of time to experience the parks.

    • September 21 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 22 - Hollywood Studios
    • September 23 - Animal Kingdom
    • September 24 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 25 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 26 - Epcot
    • September 27 - Magic Kingdom

    I have you visiting the Magic Kingdom for 4 of the 7 days, and with younger boys that is just right. You still get to try out the other parks, but you spend more time in the park that is right for them. However, if you find that by the 27th there is one park that appeals more for that last day, don't hesitate to change your destination. It is a VACATION, not WORK! Enjoy yourself!

    What next? Dining suggestions? Tell me where, what (table vs. counter) and major likes/dislikes, and we can come up with a few!

    Have a magical vacation!
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