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  • My DH and I will be taking our DS to WDW in Feb '12 to celebrate his 2nd birthday. I was wondering which fast passes go the quickest in each park so we can be sure to get the ones we want first including thrill rides for DH and rides for our DS. Thanks!
  • - Asked by Jordan from Texas on 7/18/2011
  • Hi Jordan,

    Great thinking!

    In Epcot, head straight to Soarin' first. After that go to Test Track.

    In Hollywood Studios, Toy Story Mania Fastpasses run out VERY quickly. After that, you'll want to head to either Rock 'n' Roller Coaster or Tower of Terror.

    In the Magic Kingdom, Splash Mountain, Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain are all very popular. For kiddie rides head to Peter Pan's Flight and the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh first.

    For Animal Kingdom, it depends on how hot of a day it is. I always go to the Kilimanjaro Safari's first. After that, if it's super hot, I get Kali River Rapids next, as they run out often. Otherwise, I go to Expedition Everest next.

    Out of all of the attractions in all of the parks, the 2 most important ones to get first are Toy Story Mania and Soarin'. These two run out very quickly. You'll want to head straight for them, first thing in the morning.

    Wishing you a wonderful vacation,

    Kaylene
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