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  • On Apr 4, 2011
    Gail from ON Asked

    we have three days and a two day park hopper. My daughter is 6. Any ideas?

    Hi Gail! Here are two simple itineraries that will have you enjoying either three, or four, Disney's theme parks:

     

     

    Itinerary#1:
    Day One: Visit Disney's Animal Kingdom early in the morning. Stay until early afternoon then hop on over to Disney's Hollywood Studios and stay until closing time.
    Day Two: Visit Epcot early in the morning. Stay until early afternoon then hop on over to Magic Kingdom and stay until closing time.

     

    Itinerary#2:
    Day One: Visit Disney's Animal Kingdom early in the morning. Stay until early afternoon then hop on over to Disney's Hollywood Studios and stay until closing time.
    Day Two: Visit Magic Kingdom and don't hop.

     

    Alternatively you might consider visiting Magic Kingdom both days and foregoing any type of hopping. Most people traveling with small children will dedicate at least two days to this one theme park alone. Please let me know if I may be of any further assistance. Have a memorable visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!

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