Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hey! Traveling with 3 boys in Nov. (ages 9, 7, and 4). Is Enchanted Tales with Belle worth our time. Don't know if Enchanted Tales at MK or the Beauty & Beast Live at HS would be better use of time?
- - Asked by Katherine from Alabama on 2/24/2014
- Hello, Katherine! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
I am excited to read about your November trip! I simply love this time of year as the sights and sounds are simply MAGICAL!
I have three boys myself: preteen, teenager and an 18 year old! I can tell you right now that the boys simply adore these two attractions and they are considered a "must do" with every Walt Disney World vacation. Enchanted Tales with Belle is fairly new, but we have visited this most MAGICAL experience many times already. All three boys always participate, even my 18 year old, and they enjoy being submersed into one of the greatest stories of all time. I must admit that it's a very popular attraction, so we tend to visit during the evening hours. The crowds are low and the waiting is not bad at all. I would recommend visiting at least one or two hours prior to park closing. Trust me, they will enjoy it! We are also big fans of Beauty and the Beast - Live on Stage. This is a great show and my boys really do enjoy the singing and the dancing. They can never get enough of the Beast and all his friends from the castle. We have never experienced standing in line for this one. We have always just arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the show and have always found great seats. Well, there really isn't a bad seat in the theater. Personally, these two attractions are simply MAGICAL and should not be missed. I have three boys who will second this.
~Have a MAGICAL day and "SEE YOU REAL SOON!"~
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