During our day there, we spent most of the time at Magic Kingdom while also making a stop at Epcot .
Lucas was just a little over 3 years-old at the time and didn’t love Disney World. Kim and I are also not big fans of theme parks (I don’t love rides) so we’re looking for some advice.
Thanks to a Hilton Grand Vacations offer we couldn’t refuse, we’ll soon be heading back to Orlando.
We figured that Lucas would be much more interested in a couple of days at Disney World than during our first visit. Hopefully, two- year old Theo will also enjoy the visit. (We think he will.)
For our upcoming visit, Kim and I figured the best option was to buy a 2-Day Ticket with Admission to 1 Park Per Day. (We don’t want to purchase Park Hopper tickets since they’d cost $195 more than the option we plan to choose.)
Kim and I decided that we’ll definitely be spending one of the days at Magic Kingdom.
This leaves us with a big decision to make- where do we spend our other day?
We’re leaning towards visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios due to the addition of the new Toy Story Land as well as a variety of Star Wars themed attractions. The other option is to return to Epcot for a full day visit. The most appealing part of Epcot to us are the Nemo attractions.
The cons for each park are:
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios doesn’t seem to have a ton of attractions with just 13. (However, the entertainment offerings should more than make up for that.)
- Epcot has 35 attractions but most of them don’t sound overly exciting. (The character meet & greets in different countries do sound fun though.)
Help Us Out:
I wouldn’t consider myself in any way or fashion to be a Disney World expert so we could use your help.
What do you feel is the best option for us for the second day of our visit to Disney World? (Take into account that we’re visiting with a 6.5 year old and 2 year old.)
Thanks in advance for all suggestions!