Preschooler on Carousel
  • On Nov 27, 2017
    Rachel from OH Asked

    Hi. I am taking a short three day trip the second week of December. We will have two one and a half year olds with us and are wondering which park has the most thing they would be able to do. Thanks!

    Hi Rachel,

    You will be very happy to hEAR that even the littlest Mouseketeers can enjoy many attractions, parades and the holidays at Walt Disney World Resort.

    The handy charts provided in this Disney Parks Blog article show the vast majority of attractions without height restrictions can be found at the Magic Kingdom Park. Therefore, if maximizing the number of rides your family can enjoy together is a goal, I would recommend visiting this theme park. I can tell you from personal experience that you could easily spend three days at Magic Kingdom Park alone.

    Your little Mouseketeers will surely enjoy taking flight with Dumbo the Flying Elephant. This attraction has one of the best interactive and immersive queues ever! Peter Pan's Flight is another attraction with an imaginative queue you won't want to miss! They will be able to watch Tinker Bell fly around while interacting with the Darling children's toys. Other fabulous rides include Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid, Prince Charming Regal Carrousel, the iconic "it's a small world" and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

    Disney Mom Tip: Do take advantage of the complementary Rider Switch service, and read up on how easy it is Planning for Pre-School Kids & Little Ones.

    I hope this was helpful information, Rachel. Please come back to visit us again soon!

    Ritzy ºOº
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