I'm taking my 8 yr old son to WDW in June for 2 days - 1 day at DW and 1 at Epcot? I can see lots to do at DW, is there enough for him at Epcot, or should I plan a 2nd day at DW? Thanks.
- Asked by Rick from AZ on 4/21/2008
Hi Rick,If you only have two days to spend in WDW, I would recommend going to Magic Kingdom the first day. If it feels like you still have a lot of attractions left to see, you may want to just go back your second day. If you feel like... read more
hi moms, we are first timers and in may we are planing a visit to wdw and we have only 1 day and i was wondering what do you suggest we do and where to start and our son he is 5 thanks
- Asked by yesim from CT on 4/19/2008
Wow...since you only have one day, I would suggest the Magic Kingdom. There is quite abit to do in the park. The Magic Kingdom is magical. I love to watch the awe in my kids faces every time we enter the park. The walk... read more
My children are ages 5 & 7. Too big/old for strollers, but when possible I would like to save their legs would it be OK if I took very small, folding portable stools for them to sit on while waiting in the long lines ? Thanks, Shannon Montgomery,A
- Asked by Shannon from AL on 4/29/2008
Whatever you bring with you into the ride queues has to come onto the ride with you. There is no way to leave the stools waiting for you at the end of the ride or anything like that. I believe I know what you're talking about when you say portable... read more
Hi. I have decided that I will need a stroller for my 5 y.o. twin daughters. My question is, if I don't want to rent one, how do I get it there? I'm not a pro at flying. Do you check it like luggage? Would it be cheaper to buy one at Walmart there or rent?
- Asked by Autumn from TX on 4/23/2008
Since the recent price hike in stroller rental fees (more than $30 per day for a double!) I am strongly recommending that people bring their own strollers to WDW. Dealing with a stroller at the airport is easy. I actually miss the stroller days... read more
My daughter is 8 1/2 but is already 5 feet tall. She has already outgrown the "biggest" size princess costume we could find - which is a "L 10/12". Does Disney sell "XL" or "tall" costumes for little girls?
- Asked by Jessica from WI on 4/27/2008
The largest size costumes that are available for sale in the theme parks is a child's size 12. I have seen the Disney store sell larger and adult-sized costumes during the Halloween season. I'm guessing that an adult extra-small or small would suit... read more