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  • On Aug 20, 2012
    Laura from LA Asked

    My hubby & I & my 2 1/2 yo & 4 yo r coming to WDW for 4 dys. We plan on 2 dys for MK, 1 dy for HS. With 2 small kids, should we spend the last day at AK or Epcot? I have both kids are atleast 38 inches tall so most rides shouldn't be a problem

    What a wonderful vacation you have planned at Walt Disney World. The Magic Kingdom is a great place to begin. Make sure you visit the Town Square Theater to get in a personal visit with the big cheese himself, Mickey Mouse. Here you can get an autograph, pose for a great photo opportunity and even get a great big hug. As for which park to visit, while Epcot is my personal favorite, for the little one's I think that Disney's Animal Kingdom is the best place to spend a day. Make sure to visit the incredible play area called the Boneyard. This spot has multi-level slides, the jeep that kids can climb all over and of course an play area where the little ones can  be found searching for dinosaur bones. My tow kids had a great time exploring this fun spot. Also make sure to take in the Festival of the Lion King. This is one amazing show that is really crowd interactive and mesmerizing to watch. With all of the amazing characters from the beloved film to the dancers and acrobats, this is a great show for the family. In addition to all of these awesome attractions and shows, you can spend an entire day just looking at all the real animals that are kept on premises. From giraffes to African Birds to zebras, you just might see them all at this awesome park. I hope this assists you in making this the best vacation yet. I will see you at the parks.
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Meet the Panelist: Ari, California

As a Los Angeles native I basically grew up at Disneyland. It has always been so easy to take my family on the short drive to the Happiest Place on Earth. Watching my daughters make magical memories reminds me why I keep coming back. Learn More About Ari

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