Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Oct 12, 2008
    Kelly from NC 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.

    We are traveling to DW in Nov with DS9 DD7 and DS4. We will have 5 days there. Just wondering what would be the best parks for these ages and should I buy a 5 day pass or 4 day pass? Is DD7 too old for Princess breakfast?

    Hi Kelly.    The best park for children your age (ranging from 4-9) are Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.    These are a must for kids if time permits.    There are many debates about Epcot and whether there is interest among younger children or if its more tailored for older children and adults.    My children, currently six and eight, really enjoy Epcot and have for years now.   Therefore, if time permits I do suggest visiting Epcot as well - particularly the Future World half which offers a wide array of attractions for kids.

    As for whether to choose a 4 or 5 day pass, a 4 day pass would be a minimum.   I would strong consider a fifth day if it works into your budget.  You may find the need to visit a second time at a park like Magic Kingdom which may be tough to complete in just one day.     Your last question is whether a seven-year old girl is too old for a Princess breakfast.   My answer is no, especially if your daughter still shows interest in the Disney princesses.   My daughter at eight years old continues to enjoy dining with the princess (the breakfast at Norway in Epcot is very nice)

    Hope this helps and enjoy your upcoming trip!
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Meet the Panelist: Beatrice, Florida

My name is Beatrice and am a mom of two wonderful children - ages 5 and 7.    I live in Florida and am just a short distance from Disney World.   My family and I love everything that Disney has to offer. Learn More About Beatrice

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