Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Dec 8, 2009
    Catherine from CT 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 will be visiting WDW in April '10 when our daughters will be 4 and 20 months. I'd love some ideas of Epcot attractions children of that would enjoy. Thank you!

    EPCOT is actually one of the favorite spots for my grandson who is almost four!  There are several things we are sure to do with him when we visit this park.

    Future World has many attractions for the younger ages.  The Seas with Nemo and Friends is a great place to start.  The attraction ride is quiet enough for all ages and they enjoy seeing Nemo and all the other great characters from the movie as they go through on their clam mobile!  One of my all time favorite spots is Turtle Talk With Crush which will leave you laughing and smiling the rest of the day.  Crush magically interacts with the children giving them thoughts to think about and answering their questions.  There are also many interactive exhibits the kids can enjoy once you have experienced these two attractions.

    From there head to the Land where you can enjoy the Living with the Land boat ride.  They will not understand all the information that is provided along the way but the kids seem to love the boat ride!

    Imagination is next and the Journey Into Imagination With Figment is a fun and music filled ride.  Once you arrive back to reality you will find yourself in the Image Works where the kids can spend hours experiencing all the fun exhibits.

    Possible attractions depending on the individual children as to whether they can sit still long enough for the ride are Spaceship Earth and Universe of Energy.

    Heading into the World Showcase you can stop and enjoy the activities at the Kidcot tables in each country. This is a place where they children can do crafts to take home such as masks. There are several movies in the countries but some are stand up only or are long so they aren't especially great for the little ones with small attention spans. The boat ride in Mexico is fun for them and is located inside in the back on the left.  Our grandchildren just enjoy the walking around the countries and stopping for the various character greetings along the way.
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