Thinking of travelling to the oh-so magical Walt Disney World with your little ones? Here’s a list of our favourite Magic Kingdom toddler rides.
As Princess Jasmine sang, “Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling!”
The first time we took our son to Disney World, he was just a little over a year old. Lots of my peers asked me, “But will he enjoy it? He’s so small.” I was even told, “It’s not worth it because he won’t even remember it.”
But, You know what? We are a Disney-loving family and the trip was totally worth it. No, my son probably won’t remember his first time, but that doesn’t mean he won’t have memories from stories we’ll tell or pictures that we will show him.
Of course, when you’re taking a toddler to any theme park, you might be worried about what they could do.
Luckily, Disney has got that covered. The parks were clearly built with Walt Disney’s inspiring vision in mind, ensuring that family members of all ages can enjoy their experience to the max!
Here’s a list of our favourite Magic Kingdom Toddler Rides – because our little ones deserve a thrillin’ good time, too!
Our Favourite Magic Kingdom Toddler Rides
It’s a Small World
This WDW attraction is best known for being “the happiest cruise that ever sailed.” It’s a Small World was actually Leo’s first ride ever and, even as a young toddler, he really enjoyed it. It’s slow-moving, making it ideal for any age.
Throughout the attraction, Disney’s “Audio-Animatronics” sing the classic song, “It’s a Small World (After All),” showcasing the diversity and beauty of our planet.
Peter Pan’s Flight
Join Peter and his buddies on this flight across Neverland! This ride is also slow-moving so it’s perfect for your littles. With no height restrictions, this thrilling attraction is ideal for any age group.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Ahh, a Disney classic! Dumbo the Flying Elephant is fun for the whole family. What I love about this ride is that you can control your “Dumbo” and choose to soar high or low.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
This slow ride allows your family to take a spin” in an oversized honey pot, while venturing through one of Pooh’s vivid dreams! You’ll get to see some of Hundred-Acre Woods’ characters like Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga and Roo!
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
“Shining, shimmering, splendid!”
Let me tell you, Leo was totally ecstatic when we he rode this one! This attraction allows you to hop on a “magic carpet” and soar through the skies. Much like the Dumbo attraction, riders sitting in the front row can control whether they want to “fly” high or low.
Have you ever taken a trip to WDW with toddlers? What are your favorite Magic Kingdom toddler rides?
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