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And here’s your Walt Disney World MUST-DOS!
This week I am starting my new blog series: Walt Disney World Must Dos! Today we are tackling the teens and tweens!
Are you going to Walt Disney World with a tween or teen? With every age group there are different interest, especially to this age group! They are at the age they want to do more of the adult things but still want to hold onto their childhood, (or at least we want them to). We have made a list that may help plan your WDW trip with your tween or teen! Let’s start with the roller coasters and thrill rides! Let’s face it, most tweens and teens love a thrill!
•Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
•Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
•Test Track Presented by Chevrolet
•Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster
•Tower of Terror
•Expedition Everest- Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
•Kali River Rapids
Now onto the other attractions that would appeal to this age group! There are plenty more!
•A Pirate’s Adventure- Treasures of the Seven Seas
•Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
•Frontier Land Shootin’ Arcade
•Pirate’s of the Caribbean
•Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
•Toy Story Mania
•It’s Tough to be a Bug!
Don’t forget about Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course and Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Courseare always a great hit with this age group!
We just hit the highlights, of course there is always the classic attractions and rides, they may not admit they like them but, we know deep down inside they do! Hopefully this list gets you started planning your tween and teens Walt Disney World vacation! You can also go to the Disney site to get more ideas and attraction descriptions. What would you add to the list? I would love to hear what your tween or teen likes to do at WDW! Stick around for the next blog post of this series, Walt Disney World Must Dos: For the Little Ones!
This is the second posting for our blog series, Walt Disney World Must Dos. (Check out the first one HERE.) Today is all about the little ones. One of the questions I’m asked most often is what age is the best for taking your kids to Walt Disney World. Although I don’t know the perfect age, I do know my husband and I have taken our three kids on lots of trips since they were babies. Our twin boys went for the first time as infants and are now 2 1/2 and have been a total of A LOT! Some may call us crazy, and we may be. But, I do know we enjoy it and our kids always enjoy it even more. So with that being said, we have gathered up the “must dos” for preschoolers in every park at Walt Disney World! This will help you make a master plan or itinerary for your upcoming Disney Vacation with your favorite preschooler! Your junior princess or pirate will absolutely adore these ride and attractions. So in no particular order, here are our favorites…
•Enchanted Tales with Belle: Let Belle capture their attention with mesmerizing tales of her life with the Beast!
•Peter Pan’s Flight: Come on, what kid (or adult, ME, ME) wouldn’t love this! They can fly!
•Princess Fairytale Hall: Your little ones can visit and meet their favorite princesses! What a fairytale!
•Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theatre: Meet your favorite Mouse and take a pic to mark the occasion.
•Country Bear Jamboree: Your child will love the knee slappin’ good ol’ time with this sing along bear musical.
•Dumbo the Flying Elephant: Who wouldn’t want to ride this cutie? While you wait your kids can play in a play area, so you don’t even feel like you are waiting in line!
•It’s a Small World: Enjoy a relaxing boat ride through different countries. You won’t be able to get that song out of your head!
•Walt Disney World Railroad: This isn’t really a ride but it has four stops in the Magic Kingdom Park. Make sure you take a ride on it at least once. Little boys and trains are always a hit!
•Prince Charming Regal Carousel: Ride like a Prince or Princess aboard a carousel horse inspired by Disney’s Cinderella.
•Under the Sea-Journey of the Little Mermaid: Do you have a Little Mermaid fan? This attraction is for you! Located in the new Fantasyland.
•The Seas with Nemo and Friends: Take a trip with Nemo and his friends on this fun, low key ride.
•Turtle Talk with Crush: Dude, sit around Crush’s tank and have a chat. He’s totally cool, Dude!
•Journey into Imagination with Figment: Figment takes you on a ride through your mind of imagination.
•ImageWorks: After you take a ride with Journey into Imagination with Figment, go and play in the “what if” labs and experiment, create and explore.
•Epcot Character Spot: The name says it all. See all of your favorite characters in one spot!
•The Great Piggy Bank Adventure: Your little one can learn how to save money for a rainy day or for any day at that!
•Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros: Take a low key boat ride through Mexico with the The Three Caballeros.
•Disney Junior Live on Stage: Do you have a Disney Junior fan? If so, this is the show for you. Go with all of your favorite Disney Junior puppets characters into a magical interactive story and show.
•Toy Story Mania: This interactive 3D ride brings all of the Toy Story characters to life.
•Voyage of the Little Mermaid: This show takes you under the sea with Ariel and all of her friends.
•Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage: Capture the magic of the movie live on stage.
•Muppet Vision 3D: If you have a Muppet fan on your hands this is the perfect show for you!
•Kilimanjaro Safaris: Take a ride on a rugged safari vehicle and take in all of the breathtaking sights and sounds of the African savanna.
•Finding Nemo the Musical: Capture the movie in this must see musical!
•Triceratops Spin: Take a spin on one of these dinos!
•Affection Section: Pet, feed and love on the cutest animals around on Rafiki’s Planet Watch.
•Maharajah Jungle Trek: Take a self-guided tour through this zoo-like adventure. Look at all of the exotic animals!
I hope this list will help you and your preschooler have a magical time at Walt Disney World! I know it has mine! Remember, we’ve just highlighted the MUST-DOS, but there are other attractions your preschooler will love as well. I hope I haven’t forgotten any! Are there more that you would add? Give me your thoughts! For more information on all of these attractions go HERE and check it out.