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  • On Dec 12, 2008
    Lisa from CA Asked

    My toddler prefers interactive things to rides. That other park in orlando has a great area for toddlers that's Seuss themed, where you push buttons, move levers and things happen-water squirts, bells ring. is there anywhere in WDW like that? which parks?

    Lisa,

    That other park!  Gasp!  Let me assure you that they don't hold a candle to Disney.  ;)

    Seriously, there are lots of great spots like this in Disney.  Epcot comes to my mind first.  Visit the Seas with Nemo & Friends, where you can enjoy a ride in a clamshell as you search for Nemo.  The ride ends inside the Living Seas, where there are lots of toddler friendly play areas.  When your little one has had their fill, move on in to the Turtle Talk with Crush interactive show, which I love just as much as my young daughters.  Very cool.

    The Innoventions halls, also in Epcot, are also exactly what you are looking for.  Build your own robot, velcro frogs, play games, and even go on a game show!  Journey Into the Imagination with Figment is a ride that, again, ends in a very fun, interactive play area for your little one.  My daughters have a blast with the musical activities!

    In Animal Kingdom, the Kids Discovery Stations throughout the park will provide interactive fun and learning, and a train ride out to Rafiki's Planet Watch will offer more of the same, complete with opportunities to touch many animals.

    There are playgrounds and shows and lots of opportunity for action rather than amusement in all four parks, but those two parks are real standouts in that regard.

    Have a great vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Heather, Kentucky

I'm a member of the original 2008 Moms Panel and am happy to be back again to help you plan! We are DVC members who visit 2-3 times per year with our 3 young daughters, and I am only one visit away from being able to say I've stayed in every Disney resort! Learn More About Heather

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