Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Staying at AOA w/6 yr old D, have a BBB MK @10:30 and CRT lunch @ 1:25. Trying to plan our day, from time to leave AOA, plans before BBB, inbetween BBB and lunch, and after lunch! This is our first day at MK and will be spending 2 more days there! 3 total
- - Asked by lisa from New Brunswick on 2/22/2014
- Hi Lisa!
How exciting to have a Royal Day at the Magic Kingdom! You and your little Princess are going to cherish these memories forever. Since you already have two (AMAZING) reservations, I personally would make the first day centered around being a Princess.
It is a good idea to leave your resort 90 minutes before a reservation. Therefore you should leave the Art of Animation by 9:00 AM, or even earlier if you would like to tour the park prior to your Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique reservation. I would recommend visiting the attractions in Fantasyland, which is just behind the Cinderella Castle, prior to your daughter's Princess transformation. Some of my favorites from the Fantasyland area are Peter Pan's Flight, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and Prince Charming's Regal Carousel.
After your daughter's transformation I would recommend to continue on exploring Fantasyland and New Fantasyland until your lunch reservations. Be prepared for all of the compliments your daughter is sure to receive as a new Princess while you tour the park. Some splendid attractions for your Royal Day are Enchanted Tales With Belle (FastPass+ if available), Princess Fairytale Hall, and Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid.
Have a royally MAGICAL vacation with your Princess! Thank you for submitting your question and come back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel with all of your vacation planning questions. We love to help!
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