Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Sep 11, 2014
    Alexandra from OH Asked

    We're planning our first Disney adventure with my daughters, ages 3 and 5 at the time of the trip. My 3 year old will probably be between 33-36 inches tall. Are there still fun things for her to experienec at Epcot? I know Soarin' is a no go. :(

    Hi Alexandra,

    Thanks for stopping by with your question. We are always eager to help guests plan so that your vacation can be as magical as possible! I have traveled many a time with toddlers and preschoolers and there are still lots of fun things to do for them at Epcot.

    First of all, my son absolutely loved doing the Kidcot Fun Stops around World Showcase. This is a great way for them to interact with some cast members from the different countries while doing a small craft. As you make your way around World Showcase, be sure to ask where the Kidcot Fun Stop activity area is. It is complimentary and could offer something to do while the older sister and a grown up possibly do an attraction that isn't possible for the younger one.

    Next, is the Epcot Character Spot. This one-stop character location offers the opportunity to meet several characters and get autographs. It is located near Innoventions West and also not to far from The Land Pavilion. While big sister goes on Soarin', little sis could meet some fun pals. Also, in The Land is the Living with the Land attraction. Again, this happens to be one of my kids' favorites. Even my older ones want to ride this over and over and they always seem to walk away having learned or seen something new each time.

    My last suggestion is Journey into Imagination with Figment. This pavilion adjacent to The Land has a cute attraction/ride and then offers some unique hands-on fun for the tiniest of tots at the end. We've spent hours in this area.  

    So, go explore and have fun.
    ~Allison L
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Meet the Panelist: Allison, Texas

I am a mother of three that loves all things Disney...the never grow up mentality, the fairy tale endings and the ever changing Disney Parks. With so much to explore, I would love to help you discover all the magic and wonder your heart desires. Learn More About Allison

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