• On Apr 25, 2016
    Jaime from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We are visiting in July with our 2 daughters (4 & 6). We have 7 days in the park. We are trying to decide what to do for the last day. We could either spend a second day at Epcot, or we could do a third day at Magic Kingdom. Any recommendations?

    Hi, Jaime!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    Deciding between these 2 parks can be a difficult choice. 

    I have 2 toddlers just about the same age your 2 Princesses and any day in Magic Kingdom is always a treat! There is so much to do and see in Magic Kingdom that sometimes we don't get a chance to experience all in one trip. 

    If you want to have more of a relaxing walk through the park, then Epcot is your choice. On the other hand, Magic Kingdom has plenty of things to do, see, and experience, with lots of action and attractions. 

    Epcot is a beautiful park that offers family's the opportunity to travel the world without leaving Florida. Riding Test Track or Spaceship Earth or Soarin' are always on the top of list of things to do in Epcot. However, for my Buzz Lightyear, Princess loving children, Magic Kingdom would be our choice between the two parks.

    Many of the top attractions in Magic Kingdom can be hard to experience if your FastPass+ options have been used. Magic Kingdom also has lots of shows, attractions, and character spotting opportunities. 

    I hope that I've helped you make your decision a bit easier. Please stop by and visit us again soon!

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