Disney World for Toddlers

Disney World for Toddlers

Disney World is known as the "Happiest Place on Earth," but when you're traveling with toddlers, it can also be overwhelming. However, there are plenty of attractions and experiences at Disney World that are perfect for toddlers. Here are some tips on what to do with toddlers at Disney World.

Take Advantage of Rider Switch

Rider Switch allows parents with young children to take turns riding certain attractions. One parent can ride while the other stays with the child, and then they can switch without waiting in line again. This is a great way to experience some of the more thrilling rides without having to worry about your child.

Visit Fantasyland

Fantasyland is a great area of the park for toddlers, with attractions like "it's a small world," Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and the Mad Tea Party. The attractions are gentle and perfect for young children.

Meet Characters

Meeting characters is a must-do at Disney World, especially for toddlers who love their favorite Disney characters. Character Meet and Greets are available throughout the park, and some even have designated areas just for young children.

Play at the Interactive Play Areas

There are several interactive play areas throughout the park that are perfect for toddlers. These areas allow children to run around and play while parents can take a break and relax for a few minutes. Be sure to visit Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station in Fantasyland or The Boneyard at Animal Kingdom.

Watch the Parades and Shows

The parades and shows at Disney World are spectacular, and toddlers love them. The Festival of Fantasy parade and the Disney Junior Dance Party are two great options for young children.

Take a Break

Disney World can be overwhelming, even for adults. Make sure to take breaks throughout the day to rest and recharge. Consider taking a midday break to return to your hotel for a nap or swim in the pool.

There are plenty of things to do with toddlers at Disney World. Take advantage of Rider Switch, visit Fantasyland, meet characters, play at the interactive play areas, watch the parades and shows, and take breaks throughout the day. By following these tips, you and your toddler can have a magical and memorable trip to Disney World.


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