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We're going to Disney on 10th September with our granddaughter who will be 15 months old.
There are five adults going so we can share her around so everyone can go on the adult rides but really need to know what would be good for her...things to do/see.
Any suggestions will be a big help.
Thanks in advance
08-31-2009, 01:23 PM
Fantasyland in Mk will be a must, rides like Peter Pan's Flight, Winnie the Pooh, Snow White (a little scary) and It's a Small World. ;)
The Parades and shows are all bright and colourful with good music to wiggle to! :dance3:
Fireworks at MK, Fantasmic, EPCOT, maybe a little late, but worth a long afternoon nap for!:flower3:
Seaworld, if your Grandchild enjoys animals up close!
Happy Planning :cheer2:
08-31-2009, 03:14 PM
Your Granddaughter can go on anything without a height restriction. She will probably enjoy most of the rides at MK. At Epcot the good ones are Seas with Nemo, Journey into Imagination, the boat ride in Mexico & maybe Maelstrom in Norway (bit more scary though).
You will need to judge how long she can sit still but some of the shows may be too long for her attention span yet. And I would certainly avoid Ellens Energy adventure in Epcot as that is 40 mins and once you baord there is not getting off!!
Make sure you catch a showing of Spectromagic your DGD will love all the bright lights and music as the floats go by.
If she is walking there are some nice play areas around the parks were she can stretch her legs a bit too.
Just try things bit by bit and see how she takes to them. Good firsts are the TTA (if it has reopened) and dumbo/flying carpets. They are open rides so she can see everything that is going on around her.
Just enjoy yourselves and watch her little face - it will be priceless! :goodvibes
08-31-2009, 05:15 PM
At 13 m.o., our DD loved the rides in Fantasyland, and Spaceship Earth in Epcot. :cutie:
She also enjoyed seeing all the animals in AK - including bouncing along on the safari ride. :laughing:
She was fine with the character meet and greets as long as she was asleep. ;) She always wanted to see them, but when we got to close she started to :scared1:!!!
09-01-2009, 02:34 AM
There are lots of little water play areas dotted around the parks, she may like those :thumbsup2
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