I will be visiting WDW Magic Kingdom and Epcot September 18th & 19th. Traveling with a 13 month old , 4 year old boy and four adults. One adult is in a wheelchair. How can I make these two days fantastic. Where do I start in each park. Thank you
- Asked by Belinda on 7/31/2013
Hi, Belinda! Welcome to the Moms Panel. I have several suggestions to help make your 2-day visit to Walt Disney World extra magical! At your first park, stop by Guest Services where the adult in your party who will be using a wheelchair can... read more
Love this panel! If we are unable to take advantage of EMH due to young children and the time difference traveling from CA, should we choose alternate parks to avoid higher crowds? We will be visiting 2/8-2/16/14. Thanks for all the help!
- Asked by Amber from CA on 12/10/2013
My standard advice for those not utilizing Extra Magic hour (in the morning), is to avoid those parks, as they tend to be a bit more busy on those days. You've got the right plan set in your mind. I'd also make sure that (if... 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
Hi Jodie! Thk u so much 4 that info. Narrows it dwn for me a bit. The remainder of my prev questn was that I wasn't sure if there were age-approp areas n the parks 2 go 2 w/ the kids. I want them 2 have a blast & go to as many age approp spots possible
- Asked by Cindy from FL on 9/19/2013
It's great to hEAR from you again, Cindy! It truly is a pleasure to answer all of your Walt Disney World vacation planning questions! Rest assured, there are definitely age-appropriate areas in all of the theme parks that are well suited for... read more
I have a reservation for lunch at cinderella's castle in the magic kingdom and a reservation for the boutique in downtown disney. I arranged for my daughter to go to the boutique first then go to lunch, how far is the magic kingdom from downtown disney?
- Asked by Holly on 7/16/2013
These are great plans! Your princess is going to love both experiences! The travel time between Magic Kingdom and Downtown Disney is no more than 20 minutes. If you will be utilizing Disney's bus transportation, be sure to allow time to... read more