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3 generations of us are going to Disney World in Feb. As first timers, I'm looking for ideas to get the most of the trip. Boy (6) and girl (4) and adults (40's-70's). all ideas welcome. We plan on 1 day at Magic Kingdom.
- Asked by Meredith from ON on 12/30/2013
Congratulations on your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World!
You are going to have a magical visit! It is truly wonderful when three generations can all enjoy a vacation together, as Walt Disney World truly has something for everyone!
If you are visiting Magic Kingdom, make sure to arrive early at rope drop to get the most out of the park. Make all of your Advanced Dining Reservations (ADRs) in advance by calling 407-WDW-DINE. I think that your kids would love Crystal Palace, which is an all-you-care-to-eat buffet with Winnie the Pooh and friends. The food is great, so the entire family will love the experience.
Head over to the new Fantasyland and make sure to take in the sights of the Beast's castle and experience Enchanted Tales with Belle. Ride It's a Small World, watch Mickey's Philharmagic and Dumbo.
You can then go over to Tomorrowland and shoot lasers on Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, Take some time to watch the parade at 3:00 p.m. I like to sit by the Main Street Barber Shop, as it's tucked in the corner and it's a great place to meet the characters as they exit the parade.
Go over to Adventureland and ride Pirates of Caribbean. Don't forget to see the Hall of Presidents in Liberty Square. Grab a quick dinner from Pecos Bills in Frontierland, then take in the Country Bear Jamboree. Afterwards grab a seat on the curb to watch the nighttime parade. Don't miss Wishes, the best fireworks show in all of Disney World!
I hope you have a magical vacation!