Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jan 22, 2009
    Meredith 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 in WDW Apr 26-30. I read Flower/Garden Festival will have princess topiaries, a Pixie Hollow zone and Pirate Adventure area - my DD(5) will LOVE these. We're only planning 1/2 day at Epcot. How much time should we allow to enjoy these? Thanks!

    The Flower and Garden Festival draws me back to Disney World every year.  You will be amazed at the incredibly detailed and intricate topiaries the Disney gardeners have been putting together and growing for years.  Be sure and have your camera to document all you see as your friends back home will not believe it!

    There will indeed be many princess topiaries displayed around EPCOT.  The new Pixie Hollow area is themed after Tinker Bell and her friends from the new Walt Disney Picture, "Tinker Bell".  This is a playground just for kids.  The Pirate Adventure zone is also a children's interactive space where you can find Captain Hook, Peter Pan, and Croc.  The other area that children might enjoy is Minnie's Butterfly Garden where you can walk through a screen enclosure amidst hundreds of butterflies of all sizes and colors.

    I would gauge an hour for your daughter to enjoy these activities.  I am sure the time will vary depending on the interest at each spot but planning for about an hour should be sufficient for all three.  My other favorite attractions for my young grandson in EPCOT are Imagination, Nemo and Friends, and Turtle Talk.  Have a great visit!
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