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Hi! We might be staying at the resort for 5-7 days sometime in Feb but I don't even know where to start in planning a trip. I have a 3 and 1 year old (both girls) and would like to know where the best attractions for their age would be.
- Asked by Angela from AZ on 11/29/2013
The best way to start planning your February trip is by exploring the Walt Disney World website to familiarize yourself with the 4 theme parks and what each has to offer. With two little princesses, consider focusing primarily on Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom as these are the two parks which have the most attractions and shows for the youngest of guests. You could easily spend 2 or more days just in Magic Kingdom! I recommend making a list of your must-do attractions and must-see shows so you can begin to create a daily itinerary for your potential week-long visit.
To help get you started, I've listed the most popular experiences for little ones in Magic Kingdom:
Dumbo the Flying Elephant; Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid; Enchanted Tales with Belle; "it's a small world"; The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh; Peter Pan's Flight; Mickey's PhilharMagic; Prince Charming Regal Carrousel; The Magic Carpets of Aladdin; Mad Tea Party; Main Street Electrical Parade (evening); and Wishes nighttime fireworks spectacular
~ and in Animal Kingdom:
Festival of the Lion King; Finding Nemo - The Musical; Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade; Kilimanjaro Safaris; Pangani Forest Exploration Trail; Maharajah Jungle Trek; The Boneyard; Affection Section; The Oasis Exhibits; Discovery Island Trails; TriceraTop Spin; and Wilderness Explorers
Please visit the Moms Panel again with any other questions, and happy planning!