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  • I have 2 kids (4 and 9 years old), I´m planning to spend one full day at MK, 1 full day at Epcot and I´m not sure if in one day I can do AK and DHS. or do I need a full day for each park?
  • - Asked by Edgar on 10/19/2008
  • I think it's preferable to have one full day to spend at both Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, but splitting the day in half is probably doable, especially if you think you're kids will be too young to enjoy the thrill rides.  If you do want to give Tower of Terror, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and Expedition Everest a try, it will be much harder to see both parks in one day.

    It would be helpful for you to plan your day ahead of time so that you can be sure to hit your top attraction choices at each park.  If you Google the term "Steve Soares prodigy" your results should yield a page that details show times a week in advance.  Be sure to take a look at that site when the time comes (before your vacation).  Use it to schedule each part of your day at both parks. 

    If you do decide to visit both parks on the same day, I would recommend visiting Hollywood Studios in the morning solely for the purpose of experiencing the new Toy Story Midway Mania attraction.  It is a very popular ride and Fastpasses go quickly.  One of my favorite shows at Animal Kingdom is Nemo the Musical.  Try to see it if you can!

    Good luck with your touring plans!
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