Hi. This is an awesome panel by the way. My husband are planning a trip for just us next spring. The dates are 3/28- 4/5/14. Based on our dates, which parks do you recommend visiting on which days taking into consideration extra magic hours, crowd control?
- Asked by Hannah on 9/10/2013
Hi Hannah! Planning to visit the least crowded Disney park each day is a smart way to ensure you'll be able to experience the most attractions with the least waiting.
You don't mention in your question whether you're staying at a Disney resort... read more
Hi We have dinning reservations at Whispering Canyon Thanksgiving Dinner at 6:10 we will be at Magic kingdom that day how do we get from magic kingdom to Whispering Canyon and do you think we can make it back to Magic kingdom for the fireworks?
- Asked by Warren on 5/30/2013
Hi there Warren!
Walt Disney World is the absolute perfect place to celebrate Turkey Day with your family, and Whispering Canyon is an ideal location to enjoy your feast! I guarantee no one will go home hungry!
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My husband and I are taking our boys, ages 6 and 3, to Disney World in February for the first time. We only have 2 days to visit the parks and the Magic Kingdom is a given. I'd love to go to Epcot too but would Animal Kingdom be a better choice?
- Asked by Kelly from OH on 12/1/2012
If your boys love animals I do think that Disney's Animal Kingdom is a better choice for your family on day two than Epcot. While there are age-appropriate attractions for your boys at both parks, I think you'll find more of them... read more
DH and i stayed 2 weeks offsite. Hopping for 1 day at disney. Want to stay GF/poly. Do you recommend staying the day before and visiting park next day or staying night of the day we are going. Want to use time wisely. Need park tickets and FP please help
- Asked by Amy on 12/19/2013
Hi there Amy!
An overnight stay at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa or Polynesian Resort is just about the most magical way possible to really indulge during your Walt Disney World vacation!
I'd recommend that you stay the night... read more
Hi. We are visiting Florida in March and wanting to do one Disney Park with our boys ages 5 and 7. If we had to pick only one park (or two)...which should it be to best suit their ages and interests. Any tips welcome. Thank you!!!
- Asked by Ellen from PE on 1/26/2014
Hi Ellen - Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel! If you can only visit one park with your five and seven-year old, I'd recommend that you visit the Magic Kingdom. It's what most people think of when they think about Walt Disney... read more