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  • What are the must-sees for a 6 year old girl at each park?
  • - Asked by Rene from Missouri on 12/18/2012
  • A wonderful time awaits your six year old daughter meeting Disney princesses, flying on elephants, and eating Mickey ice cream. The following are my suggestions for your little princess to enjoy in each theme park.

    Magic Kingdom: Disney princess meet and greet at Town Square Theater, Fantasyland-both the classic area and the new recent expansion, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, a relaxing ride on the PeopleMover, and seeing Tinker Bell fly overhead at the start of the Wishes fireworks show. If your daughter is up for thrill rides take her on any of the three mountains (Thunder Mountain Railroad, Splash Mountain, and Space Mountain) she is tall enough for.

    Epcot: Soarin', Spaceship Earth, the Seas with Nemo and Friends, the Maelstorm, and a ride on Test Track if she likes speed. In the World Showcase stop at a Kidcot spot in a few of the pavilions of different countries to create a craft or two.

    Disney's Hollywood Studios: Star Tours, Toy Story Mania, Beauty and the Beast-Live on Stage, Fantasmic!, and Muppet Vision 3D. Both Disney Junior and Disney Channel shows are offered if your daughter is a Disney TV fan.

    Disney's AnimaL Kingdom: Killimanjaro Safaris, the Boneyard play area, Finding Nemo-the Musical, and Triceratops Spin. 

    If your daughter loves Disney princesses book a dining experience that features these fairytale characters. Cinderella's Royal Table in the castle at Magic Kingdom and Akershus Royal Banquet Hall at Epcot both offer regal settings for a meal with Disney royalty.

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