Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Mar 15, 2014
    Kayla from MS Asked

    We are visiting disney in May 2014 our daughter is 3 soon to be 4. We will only have time for 2 days in the park. I know for sure I want to go to magic kingdom but having trouble deciding where to go on the 2nd day.

    Hello Kayla,

    Decisions, decisions, decisions, what a magical dilemma to wonder which park to spend your second day at when visiting Walt Disney World. I think you should look into Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney Animal Kingdom parks and decided which of these two best interests your princess.

    At Disney's Hollywood Studios you will experience attractions and shows that are based around favorite movie and televisions shows that have delighted so many of all ages. Toy Story Midway Mania!, Muppet Vision 3-D and Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure are just some of the fun attractions to look into for you and your family. 

    Disney Animal Kingdom is a safari journey like no other, the park is esthetically beautiful and truly is a journey to remember. Along with experiencing and seeing so many animals on your trek throw this adventurous day your princess will enjoy the rides at DinoLand U.S.A. and the ever so entertaining shows of Finding Nemo-The Musical and It's Tough to Be a Bug.

    If you visit each parks page on the Walt Disney World website and click on "Attractions" and "Entertainment" you can then customize your visit by highlighting options such as "Age Interest", "Height" and "Interests." From here you can see which park may be your best choice for your family and do not forget to check out some to the dining options; both parks have some wonderfully entertaining choices.

    I hope this has been helpful and may your stay at Walt Disney World be magical and memorable. If I can be of any further pixie dusted assistance feel free to ask.

    Amy M*o*

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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

I am a believer in following your dreams and making them come true. As a mom and ballet instructor, I guide my family and students to pursue their dreams and see where it takes them. I love Disney Parks because of the inspiring imagination and endless dreams. I will never be too old for Walt Disney World! Learn More About Amy

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