If you have been wondering if your child is too young to experience a Disney Parks vacation, I have the answer for you. Alice and I explored Walt Disney World on a media trip this spring, focusing exclusively on the attractions geared towards toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten kids. The options are age-appropriate and endless! Alice (and I!) had a truly magical time.

Check out the Magic Kingdom day my almost-three-year-old had.

Alice started her day with a little character breakfast action at The Crystal Palace, including a round of peek-a-boo with Piglet…



Then we went on to favorite rides such as the Mad Tea Party teacups (pictured here with Grandma), the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel, It’s a Small World, Jungle Cruise and more.




Alice  met characters in real life that figured in her play time and dreams…






We also got to see the brand new Festival of Fantasy Parade. It was amazing!



We headed back for nap at the resort and then a dip in the pool


And came back to the parks at night for more rides and fireworks (and even got to watch them with Donald!)


watching fireworks with donald

When planning your Walt Disney World vacation, note that you can search for preschool-friendly Walt Disney World attractions and entertainment by selecting the preschooler age interest category. I also created a Pinterest-y “pinnable” image that features all of the items most suited to preschoolers at WDW Parks.

The choice is simple. No other vacation I have ever taken has been as easy or as kid-friendly. From start to finish, Disney just gets kids and keeps everything beautiful and fueled by happiness.

Check out my other posts about Disney travel with kids!

Best Bets for Preschoolers at Walt Disney World

runDisney Kids Runs and Race Weekends

New Disney Magic Cruise: Reimagined Family Fun

Walt Disney World Resorts My Family Recommends

20 Best Rides at Disney World

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