Here’s our situation:
Travel party of me, my wife, and DD5. DD5 is probably 42 inches, but isn’t a fan of intense rides anyway. Wife is likewise not a coaster fan. We’ll be staying onsite to take advantage of FOTL, but the primary reason for going to Universal is to see the Harry Potter stuff. We’ll be going in late January, when crowds are 3-4. I expect that we’ll all go through the queue at Gringott’s and HPatFJ once, but any further rides I would be able to do using the single rider line.
Question is this: our current plan is to arrive Wednesday night, then have all of Thursday, Friday, and even part of Saturday if we want it, since our flight doesn’t leave until 3:30ish. Is that too much time for a family that is mostly interested in Harry Potter and won’t have to wait in line for anything else? I personally love the roller coasters and plan to sneak them in as I can, but that won’t be the primary focus for this trip. We all went back in 2011, and found there to not be too much to keep DD5 entertained, and it felt like we were dragging her from thing she couldn’t do to thing she couldn’t do. She’s older and more adventurous now, but it’s still a concern.
We’ll be at Disney beforehand and are essentially shaving time off of WDW to visit UOR, wondering if we’re allotting too much time to it. What do you all think?