Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Between Epcot and hollywood studios, which is the better park for a 3 year-old girl? and pros/cons of both parks? thank you so much.
- - Asked by Amy from Florida on 4/13/2010
There is so much magic in Walt Disney World that I understand how it can be a little difficult to choose exactly what to do. Your 3 year old princess would probably enjoy Disney's Hollywood Studios more than Epcot. Epcot has generally a more mature theme, but there is still plenty to see and do there. However, Hollywood Studios has Playhouse Disney's Play 'n Dine at Hollywood & Vine Restaurant. This is a Character Dining experience with breakfast and lunch buffets hosted by popular Characters from Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney shows like JoJo's Circus and Little Einsteins. The characters invite the children to dance and sing with them and the food is very good. Your Disney Daughter will also enjoy Playhouse Disney—Live on Stage!, a scheduled 22-minute live show that provides preschoolers the chance to sing, dance and play along with popular Characters from Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney shows, like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Handy Manny and Little Einsteins. Don't forget that Hollywood Studios also is home to Toy Story Mania!- the new 3D attraction that can be enjoyed by your daughter as well. Here is the website to check out the other attractions suitable for your toddler.http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/hollywood-studios/
I hope you and your family have a magical stay at the" House of Mouse"
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