Which 2 parks from WDW to choose?
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What to choose in WDW : Epcot, Animal K., OR MGM for 6 and 7 years old girls. Please pick one. We already have on our list Magic Kingdom. Thanks!
Hello,I'd like to know 2 best picks from Disney World parks suitable for 6 and 7 years old girls? We choosed Magic Kingdom, but need 1 more! Please help us! Thanks.
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Do they like animals? Will they (or are they tall enough to) ride everest and dinosaur? If yes then Animal Kingdom is a possibility. If they don't like animals they won't get as much out of the day as they could elsewhere.
Do they have the patience to sit through shows and the ability to keep to a schedule? Most of Hollywood Studios is shows or very popular rides (tower of terror, rockinroller coaster, toys story...) that require getting to the theater in advance to get good seats or standing in a looooong line to ride unless you have a fastpass for it (and toy story goes quick). It's actually where I would take the kids other than MK but only if they are good at waiting.
Epcot is kind of in between the two - if they like thrill rides and are cool with waiting they will enjoy the first half and if they like shows and exploring things not necessarily rides they will enjoy world showcase.
It all depends on the kids in question.
From Don Neal
Posted March 24, 2011 at 1:18 PM
Definitely Magic Kingdom. :)
My two daughters (8 and 10) love Hollywood Studios for the Little Mermaid show, Muppets theater, Toy Story Midway Mania, Pixar and High School Musical parades/shows, Sci-Fi Diner, and Beauty and the Beast. They enjoy Epcot and AK as well but if they had to choose just one, they would do DHS.
I love MGM and Epcot and have since I was about 11 or 12. Every year our dance group (ages 7-18) would pick a park and we kept going back and forth between the two. It really depends on the kids... I love epcot my sister hates it. If the kids don't mind educational rides amongst the thrill rides they should love epcot. If they tend to like a lot of shows with just a few trill rides MGM is the place.
Either way I would be prepared to reride test track, rockin roller coaster, and soarin' over and over again.
OH, GUYS, You making so hard to choose....And thank You so much to helping out. My girls love animals(went to Atlanta Zoo in the past), they patient enough for the shows(so many times went to the circus), but I learned something and it's 1 month to wait untill our trip...Thanks a ton!
I would say AK!
I think MK and AK are two of the most opposite parks!
From Tony Duda
Posted March 24, 2011 at 5:27 PM
One important thing...Animal Kingdom is VERY hot and a lot of walking with few indoor attractions. Disney Hollywood Studios is more compact and most attractions are indoors or under roofs. You better know what your girls will handle best. Summer daytime heat has already started down here. Have fun whatever you decide.
Its true, AK is strangely hot!
Still, AK has plenty of great attractions and shows for everybody! AK, in my opinion, has the greatest shows of any parks.
Actually, any park can do the trick, but the real "princess" park is MK.
Thank You again for all wonderful responses! Somebody told me, that AK Safari should be done early in the morning because of heat and also it's half day park-You can see everything in no time comparing with MK. Now we are thinking better of Epcott to visit!
FYI, AK was made to be hotter than the other parks. They want you to feel like you're in Africa. The plantings have a lot to do with it.
I learned this on the back stage tours.
AK, they have extrordinary scenery, lands, and great rides. It is also the largest park.
Well, Thank You again! I got very valuable info, so we decided to go twice in MK, ONCE in AK AND Epcot!Also we'll spend time in Seaworld!
i love MGM .But It really depends on your kids...
If they like shows with just a trill rides MGM is the place. Have a nice trip!!! wishing ur family all the best!
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