Hi, read everyday, love it. I am trying to decide for our arrival day(half day in park)Hollywood Studios(with evening EMH) or Epcot. Which one would you choose for the half day and which one would you save for a whole day? I have 2 DD, age 3 and 1
- Asked by Daphne from PA on 10/3/2010
I would head to Epcot on arrival day and save Hollywood Studios for a "whole" day. With your little ones, I think you'll find Epcot on your arrival day to be a fun place to explore and have some great food, watch... read more
Is there an official I-phone Application that is useful in WDW?
- Asked by Danielle from LA on 4/7/2010
What a great question! Many of us on the Moms Panel love our technology, and mobile devices help us stay connected to the magic in and out of the parks even better. The official Disney Parks mobile application is called Mobile Magic, which is... read more
My sister-in-law said that there is some kind of a "measuring station" where you can get measured and get a wrist band or something to say I am _ inches tall. I have not been able to find anything about this or even that it exists. Any tips?
- Asked by Ellen on 6/24/2008
There is no height-indication wristband at Disney World. However, many of the rides do have height requirements. If you click HERE, you will be taken to a link that lists all the rides that have height restrictions in all the parks. These height... read more
Thanks for answering my question. We will have 6 1/2 days at WDW. We wont have park hopper tickets. We have 2 5 year old girls, 6 year old boy and 1 1/2 year old boy and 4 adults. How many days should we spend at each park? Thanks again :)
- Asked by Brittany from OK on 1/5/2011
On our last family trip we set aside one day for each park. We did have park hopper tickets. It ended up that we did half a day at Animal Kingdom and the remainder of that day at Epcot.
My little ones are not as... read more
As a single mom with an 8 yr old girl and 10 yr old boy I'm concerned about riding as a threesome on some rides or allowing my son to ride alone or with a stranger. Is this going to be a logistical or safety nightmare?
- Asked by Sandra from NY on 3/5/2008
I understand your concern. Let me assure you that the number of attractions for which this will even be an issue is extremely small. Here are some examples, a few at each of the WDW parks, where your family will not face any separation issues:-... read more