I’m so sorry for all of the questions but you all have been SO helpful and I’m so stuck in my planning. I’ve been to Disney several times but never with children, and we are taking our kids (6, 9, 14) for the first time in September. I’m having the hardest time deciding on a plan for breaking up our MK days because I’m not thrilled with the TP as I feel like they are too spread out and I really want to minimize back-tracking because of the heat.
We will be going to MK on Monday (Labor Day) and the park closes early for MNSSHP which we are not attending. Our second day will be on Thursday, and we will be eating at BOG and staying for fireworks so a midday break is going to be necessary. I’m not sure if we will need a break on Monday or not. We are staying at WL and eating at Artist’s Point Monday night. I am also not sure if we will be able to even make EEMH with a teenager, but we should be able to arrive between 8-9am. If we do choose to attend an EEMH, which day would you choose or would you do it both days? (We will be doing EEMH at HS on Saturday the 7th)
I was planning on doing Fantasyland and Tomorrowland on Monday (with FPP at 7DMT, PP, and Space) and Frontierland, Adventureland and Liberty Square on Thursday. (FPP at BTMR, Splash, and the rest TBD) However, my kids are most excited about Splash and Pirates, so I’m wondering if maybe I should do SDMT, PP, and Frontierland on Monday instead and the rest of Fantasyland, Adventureland, Liberty Square and Tomorrowland on Thursday. That seems like more walking though. If we can take advantage of EEMH I figure we could do part of Fantasyland and Tomorrowland before opening, too. We will have more time on Thursday, so that’s making this difficult too! I want to be able to enjoy our time and not be rushing and running around. For example, if my kids want to linger in the Pirates gift shop I want to let them.
Basically, how would you break up the parks those two days??
Thank you in advance for any advice that you may have!!!