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    I am going to Disney in August. I can't wait. I am taking my 6 and 4 year old boys with me. What should we make sure we see and do? We will be there for a week. Thanks.

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    Hiya tull1030! someone will be along to help you with what to see soon I'm sure!











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    Hello and welcome to the Forum. Will this be your first trip to the land of the Mouse?

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    Hello and welcome! You'll find loads of information here that will help you to decide what to do at WDW. Happy planning!
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    Welcome to Disney Secrets!

    What should you do? Enjoy yourselve, of course!

    How tall are your sons? That's a factor in some of the things they can do.

    What do they enjoy doing? Do they like fast or thrill rides, or are they happier with a slower paced ride? Do they have favourite Disney characters? Can they sit still 20 minutes or so for a live show? There is so much to do at WDW and everyone is different!

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    As your kids are 4 & 6 I would suggest that Magic Kingdom, Universal Island of Adventure, a character breakfast perhaps Crystal palace Magic Kingdom with Winnie the pooh & friends or Lillo & Stitch Ohana - Polynesian Resort. Animal Kingdom might be of interest too and definitely a trip to Downtown Disney to the biggest Disney store in the world<o:p></o:p>
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    I would avoid Epcot and Hollywood Studios as most of the rides/attractions are for slightly older kids. The same applies to Universal Studios.<o:p></o:p>
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