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We love to jumpstart the day with a tall glass of Jambo Juice when we are at Animal Kingdom.
No need to bring a life jacket for the little ones. There are a variety of sizes at the pool.
The walkabout waters in Aquatica are great! Kids won't leave! :)
If you want to spend more time up close with the penguins, make sure to pack a light sweater! There are no parkas, & it really is 30 degrees.
The elevated stage can make it tough for small children to see all the details in The Voyage of The Little Mermaid. The best vantage point for a child is from the lap of a grown-up.
Great new queue area! Inside, a/c, seating for parents, separate play area for kids under 3, and 4-8. Awesome!
A must-do, but be sure to go early!
Get a map if it's your 1st visit! Not all restrooms are easy to spot and not all of them are on park signage.
Baklava = best I've ever had! -Mommy Frog
There is a dedicated queue at the entrance for those with reservations (at the far left) so you can bypass the crowds!
Meet Goofy and Pluto under the covered area with the Souvenir Photos sign.
Kids meals come with sand bucket and shovel. Kids can take them to The Boneyard play area next door to use while they dig up dinosaur “fossils.”
The dig site has special non-stick sand so you won’t have to worry about having it in your little ones’ shoes.
There’s a special viewing area for parents of children who are participating so you can get great pictures of the whole thing.
You can meet Donald Duck outside the Mexico Pavilion (on the right if you’re facing the Aztec Temple).
Head down to the boat dock around 9 p.m. for Disney’s Electrical Water Pageant. Don’t forget to wear bug spray!