Disney Worlds is dubbed “The Most Magical Place in the World”.
And most people will believe this to be true. Disney World is an awesome family trip destination, even with the little Disney fans. AS a matter of fact, Disney World is created with younger children in mind and offers a once in a lifetime magical experience to all kids alike!
So, here are seven things for toddlers and kids to do at the magical and enchanting Disney World!
1. The Magic Kingdom is the Best Park For Toddlers and Kids
When people think of Disney World, they typically picture the Magic Kingdom with the iconic Cinderella’s Castle at the end of Main Street.
The Magic Kingdom offers the most ride options for toddlers with only 6 attractions that require a height requirement. This leaves 24 rides for toddlers to enjoy and experience. Your little one will also get to meet Tinker Bell, Daisy, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Mickey, and several Disney Princesses! Your toddler can easily spend an entire day at the Magic Kingdom and still want some more.
Some of the most popular rides for toddlers include:
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- It’s a Small World
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
- Mad Tea Party
- Under the Sea— Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Prince charming Regal Carousel
- Pirates if the Caribbean
- The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh
2. Visit Hollywood Studios
Walking around in the recently opened Toy Story Land can be a fun and exhilarating experience for toddlers even if they are not tall enough to ride its two new attractions. There are fun details, bright colors, and characters that can be found all throughout the Toy Story Land.
Although there are limited attractions without any height restrictions at Hollywood Studios, there are several live shows and character meets options that will entertain your toddler.
Some of the live show options at Hollywood Studios include:
- Disney Junior— Live on Stage!
- Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage
- Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
- For the First Time in Forever: The Frozen Sing-Along Celebration
- Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Your little one can also meet character such as:
- Mickey and Minnie
- Doc McStuffins, Jake, and Sofia from Disney Junior
- Woody, Jessie, and Buzz from Toy Story
- Olaf from Frozen
- Kylo Ren, Chewbacca and BB-8 from Star Wars
3. Have Fun at Epcot
Even though most people think that Epcot is boring, kids will certainly love this park! There are various rides without the height requirement and offers some great character meet ups at the World Showcase as well as food options.
Some of the most popular attractions for toddlers include:
- Spaceship Earth
- The Seas with Nemo and friends
- Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros
- Frozen Ever After
- Journey Into Imagination with Figment
- The Coral Reef Aquarium and Bruce’s Shark World
Character meet-up options include:
- Sadness and Joy from Inside Out
- Baymax from Big Hero 6
- Goofy, Minnie and Mickey
- Mary Poppins
- Disney princesses such as Anna and Elsa
4. Experience the Animal Kingdom
If you have a little one who is pretty obsessed with animal, then the Animal Kingdom will be the perfect park for you.
The most popular Animal Kingdom rides for kids are:
- Kilimanjaro Safaris
- Na’vi River Journey
There are also live show options such as:
- Rivers of Light
- Finding Nemo— The Musical
- Festival of the Lion King
Other entertainment includes:
- Walking paths with animal viewing
- Affection Section
- Character meet-ups such as Russell from Up; Rafiki from The Lion King; Flik from a Bug’s Life; Doc McStuffins from Disney Junior; King Louie and Baloo from Jungle Book; Pocahontas; Donald; Pluto; Goofy; Minnie; and Mickey.
5. Cool Down at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
Even if your toddler is not up for a big blast of fun, this park is cool! Your kid can chill at Tike’s Peak where children who are 48 inches or shorter can go wild and get wet on pint-sized slides and water activities.
Your whole family can also go to Cross Country Creek for a screaming river tube ride around the park or float and have fun on their awesome wave pool Melt-Away Bay.
6. Have a Splash at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Do not let its name fool you. This park offers lots of calm water for your toddlers to enjoy. The Bay Slides offer kid-sized turns, twist, and splashdowns. Ketchakiddee Creek offers a wonderland of fun with ten different activities that are available for your toddler. The Castaway Creek allows you to take your kid for a lazy tube ride down a beautiful and scenic river.
And the most recently opened attraction, Miss Adventure Falls is a treasure raft that hit the high seas on the longest ride in Disney’s water parks!
7. Unwind at Disney Springs
After all the attractions and theme parks, you can also visit an incredible mix of kid-friendly restaurants, entertainment, and shops.
For shopping of exceptional toys and Disney collectible, you can go to:
- Once Upon a Toy
- World of Disney
- The LEGO Store
- Disney Design-a-Tee
Delight your kids and experience wonderful entertainments such as:
- Marketplace Carousel
- Marketplace Train Express
- Aerophile— The World Leader in Balloon Flight
- AMC Movies at Disney Springs 24
After the tiring fun, satisfy your kid’s appetite at an amazing restaurant that offers food in a fun setting such as:
- Rainforest Café