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  • On May 15, 2010
    Monika from WA Asked

    Hi, We have planned only for 2 days in Disney. Which 2 theme parks will be good to be covered on those 2 days?

    Hi Monika!

    This is actually a very hard question to answer! Each park has so many amazing things to offer but it kind of depends on who is in your party--ages, interests, etc.

    The Magic Kingdom is the most "magical" of all the parks. If you want to see all the original Disney-esque attractions and get a sampling of most of the characters, then this is the park for you. It has thrill rides, educational experiences and magical adventures.

    Animal Kingdom is for the animal lover, obviously! But even if you're not an animal lover it's fun. You get to see so many animals up close. And as far as shows? Some of my favorites are at this park!

    Hollywood Studios is sometimes thought of as the more "grown up" or teen-friendly park. There's lots of movie and tv-magic around every corner. And arguably some of the favorite thrill rides.

    Epcot is a huge park full of experiences---from different countries to different aspects of our world. It's an amazing park full of sights, sounds and tastes.

    So. I'm sure that doesn't answer your question BUT if I had to pick 2 parks I'd definitely go to Magic Kingdom first. Then, I'd pick between either Animal Kingdom or Hollywood Studios. My suggestion is to look around the website and click through the attractions to see what interests your family the most!

    If you have any more specific questions, please ask again! Enjoy your two days--they will be the most magical of your vacation! :)
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, Georgia

I'm a happy stay-at-home to two preschool kids. I've been visiting Disney World since I was three years old and it has been a part of my life ever since! I'm excited to help you plan your magical vacation---and the magical memories that will go with it! Learn More About Amanda

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