Thank you so much for all the information. I was getting a litle overwhelmed with all the options and the million things to do. I will check on the unnofficila guide, but I do think you covered so much, thanks again.
[QUOTE=LittleMissMagic;944808]Welcome to MB!!! :happy:
Well, with two toddlers, your itenerary will differ greatly from mine. :laugh:
I recommend arriving at MK at least half an hour before opening (it can take that long to park, ride a tram to TTC, and ride a ferry or monorail to MK).
Upon entry, head straight to Fantasyland - this is where the toddlers hang! :laugh:
I suggest getting in line for Dumbo, first. There is no FP for this attraction, and the wait gets longer by the minute. It would be a good idea to FP Peter Pan’s Flight or The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Be in no rush to ride it’s a small world - the lines remain relatively low throughout the day. In fact, this is a great attraction to ride during the most crowded times.
If your kids will want to see the characters, head to ToonTown upon opening (usually about an hour after official park opening… if you have character dining with Mickey Mouse and friends, you might want to skip the Judge’s tent). Also ride the Barnstormer, as its line habits are similar to that of Dumbo.
I won’t give you the exact order to do this in (there is none!), but in Frontierland, your kids will probably enjoy The Country Bears Jamboree. In Adventureland - The Jungle Cruise, Enchanted Tiki Room, Magic Carpets of Aladdin (like the same as Dumbo!). Everything in Fantasyland (except Snow White’s Scary Adventures). Tomorrowland - Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Astro Orbiter (a futuristic version of Dumbo), Monsters Inc Comedy Club, and Indy Speedway 500. I suggest making an ADR for Crystal Palace - it’s a family favorite. Magic Kingdom is a great park to do in two days.
Animal Kingdom can be taken at a more leisurely pace. You’ll probably want to ride Kilimanjaro Safari first. I recommend the first showing of Festival of the Lion King. Someone mentioned Tusker House for breakfast - that’s a great idea. Take your time exploring wildlife exhibits. Rafiki’s Planet Watch has a petting zoo and is geared towards younger kids. Nemo and Friends is a must-do for toddlers. Kali River Rapids has a minimum height of only 38" so your 3-year-old might be tall enough for this attraction… it’s very wet. Definitely do It’s Tough to Be a Bug, and if you’re looking for another Dumbo-like attraction, Triceratop Spin in Dinoland USA will fit your needs.
Hollywood Studios is mainly shows, but has a lot of major rides. Toy Story Mania is a must-do (and must-FastPass). Get a FP first thing and if the stand-by line is low, get in that. It’s an amazing attraction you’ll want to ride more than once. Playhouse Disney Live on Stage is lots of fun for toddlers, as is Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage, Voyage of the Little Mermaid (you can FastPass this attraction), Muppet Vision 3-D, and The Magic of Disney Animation. For dining, Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater has an adorable theme (don’t expect fine-dining, though… food’s not that great :laugh:)
If you want a more detailed touring plan, I recommend the Unofficial Guide’s Dumbo-or-Die touring plan. Visit TouringPlans.com - Plans which save you time and effort. I believe there may be a small fee for online use, but the touring plans are very helpful for first-time guests.[/QUOTE]