Mom And Daughter Glass Slipper
  • On May 31, 2013
    Nicole 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 traveling w/ a 4 & 7 year to WWDW in June. They are 40 & 48 inches tall. Overwhelmed with navigating the internet to figure out where to go. We are staying 3 full days.Any adivice would be greatly appreciated.

    Hi Nicole! Since you mentioned your children's heights I am going to assume you are confused as to what they might enjoy and be able to ride.  All four of the parks will have great attractions that they will absolutely enjoy. There are the thrill rides that even if they are tall enough you will have to decide if they can handle the drops or the darkness or the theme. The best way to figure out what to do and where to go for your children is to simply go to the  Disney site, . You can read through Disney's choices by height, thrill factor, interests, and age. Make lists of what they would enjoy and try to have them with you as you are going through so they have a hand in the planning.

    Since you have three days you can then decide if you wish to take on one park each day or try to do all four parks in three days. That is always a tough decision as all four are wonderful but it truly will pack your days to the utmost. June is a hot month and sometimes energy wanes as the day goes on. At this time of year I suggest you pick three and enjoy them and if you need the nap in the afternoon come and go to your resort to rest.

    The Magic Kingdom is a must and for the age of the children I also suggest Animal Kingdom. My third choice would be Epcot but I think once you go over the attractions in both you could then decide if Hollywood Studios or Epcot should be the third park for your visit. Once you have made this decision you can try getting some dining reservations inside the parks or just do the Quick Service spots which are very good.

    Just remember you can't do it all but with a little planning you can experience a lot of magic in one day in each park!
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Hello Adventurers and travelers! I am Kay and a past Adventures By Disney mom for the panel. But now I am excited to share vacation planning tips for those heading out for an incredible vacation to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Kay

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