Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jan 12, 2010
    Queenie from NY Asked

    Hi there, I am not big on those speedy ride. What would you recommend on rides that I can go on with my 6 years old daughter?

    Hi Queenie,

    I have great news! There are so many fantastic attractions you and your Princess can enjoy together, even if you do not have a love for speed. Actually a large number of Disney World's attractions are slower moving cars or trams that take guests through fun adventures. There are so many that you may enjoy, that is is actually easier to list the few you would probably want to avoid.

    Magic Kingdom: Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad are roller coaster style rides and Splash Mountain, while a slow floating log ride does feature a few larger drops with a little speed. Mad Hatter's Tea Party is a spinning teacup which even I try to avoid at all costs.

    Epcot: Test Track is the fastest attraction at Disney World and takes you through a quick paced example of the tests your car goes through off the assembly line. Soarin' is a simulator that sends guests on a flight over the west coast. This attraction actually moves very little but rather gives the illusion of flight and is not for someone with a fear of heights.

    Hollywood Studios: Rock n' Roller Coaster and Tower of Terror

    Animal Kingdom: Expedition Everest and Dinosaur

    Beyond these few, you will most likely fine the other attractions a great deal of fun and well within your "slow" speed. Don't' forget there are also numerous shows that you can also enjoy. Hope you both have a fantastic time at whatever pace you prefer.
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Meet the Panelist: Margaret, Illinois

I'm Margaret, a busy wife, mom to 3 sons, & full time paralegal. I've been visiting Disney World for twenty years & still can't wait for my next visit.  I hope that I can help other families experience the magic that our family finds in every trip. Learn More About Margaret

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