EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 18, 2012
    Gwyneth from OH 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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    Been to WDW 7 x, DD is 16, is Keys to the Kingdom a good tour for her. Also, have an 11 y/o what tour would be best for her to enjoy? She has already done the boutique 3x's. Oldest dtr has read all of the Kingdom Keepers books.

    Hi Gwyneth,

    Keys to the Kingdom is a fabulous tour for your sixteen year old.  I'm taking a dozen of my high school's seniors on that very tour this coming summer.  It's such a unique way for guests to discover some of the secrets behind the magic at Walt Disney World.  Your older daughter might also enjoy a Segway tour at either Epcot's World Showcase or at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort.

    There are exciting tours for your younger child too.  My twelve-year-old loved the Behind the Seeds tour at the Land Pavilion at Epcot.  Perhaps your daughter would enjoy time dining with either an Imagineer or Animal Specialist during your vacation.  Wouldn't it be cool to ask some of these incredible Cast Members questions about their jobs?

    And don't overlook the exceptional programs available through the Youth Education Series.  The Disney Youth Education Series offers programs that are appropriate for both of your daughters.  Children can participate in these programs either as part of a school group or when they travel with their families.  Call 1-877-WD-YOUTH to learn more about the Youth Education Series programs.

    Wishing you and your daughters a truly magical Disney adventure!  Thanks for a fun question.


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