We are heading to Disney in September. We will be with my 4 year old and my 70+ in laws. I feel pretty comfortable with our Epcot and HS plans because there is only so much for a 4 year old to do (and while we want to have a good time, the trip is for the kiddo). I am a bit overwhelmed by the MK days (we are doing 2). Due to his age and my in laws, we can’t go go go from sunrise to (past) sundown, but I also don’t know how to “split” our must do attractions between two days. We can get Fastpasses 60 days early so would love to have a “plan” so I know what days to request fastpass, what attractions to rush to in the morning, etc.
Must do attractions:
It’s a Small World
The Many ADventures of Winnie the Pooh
Peter Pans Flight
Pirates of Carribean
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Under the Sea
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Aladdin Carpet Ride
Country Bear Jamboree
During Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, I know we want to see the parade and the Hallowishes, but could ride some of the rides then, too.
Here is what I have so far and I’d appreciate any advice:
(for reference, we are staying at GF so getting to/from MK isn’t difficult)
MK Day 1 (september 29):
There are extra early morning magic hours (starting at 7am!!) We do not have any reservations for breakfast this day-can pick up and go
We have 12:15 lunch at Liberty Tavern (but I would be open to turning this into QS)
We have 5:10 dinner with characters at Crystal Palace
We have tickets for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
I am thinking we will need to go back to hotel sometime in the afternoon to rest.
MK Day 2 (Sept 30th):
9:10-Chef Mickey’s Breakfast at Contemporary
snacks for lunch
4:30-Captain Hook Pirate Crew Adventure at Beach Club
Thank you, all!