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10 Disney Experiences Every Kid Should Have Before Age 10

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Do you want to give your child the best Disney experiences?

Disney World is a magical place, perfect for the family to enjoy. It is great to bring children there to have fun together with their parents and relatives with its many attractions. However, this works well when you bring your children there before they hit age 10.

If you look at the ticket range, children at age 10 and above get the tickets’ adult rate. This leaves you to bring them to Disney World or any of their locations while they are still at age 9 and below.

With that in mind, it is time to make a list of great experiences that you can have them enjoy when you go there with the whole family.

  1. Splash Mountain

In this list of great Disney experiences, Splash Mountain is a must-try for any age. For children below age 10, it is a fun Disney experience, especially when they want that massive splash after a good slide.

Do you want a ride that also works as a testing point if your child can handle the more thrilling rides? Head to the Magic Kingdom and try this attraction.

Do note that this one has a height restriction, so you might need to make sure they are tall enough for the ride. As a tip before going, head to Splash Mountain early in the day or use a Fastpass+. This should save you from the long line that ensues by lunchtime.

  1. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Another Magic Kingdom attraction is Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. This one provides a high-speed adventure as you go through an abandoned mine. A great attraction to let both children and adults enjoy together

By category, it counts as a thrill ride, but it is tamer than most. In this case, you would notice the lack of loops and inversions. There are also several slow spots where passengers can take a break and enjoy the view before continuing.

For children under 10, this works well as their first taste of thrill rides. If they leave and they ask for more, you know that you can bring them to the other attractions in store for them.

  1. Mad Tea Party

For something within the Magic Kingdom attractions with a more carousel-like experience, try out the Mad Tea Party. The teacups provide a colorful experience while aboard one of them.

You might be able to spot specific Disney characters in the animated film Alice in Wonderland. Such as Alice, the Mad Hatter, and the White Rabbit. Though a good word of advice is to not share the teacup you are on with anyone who loves to spin to avoid getting dizzy.

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean

While we’re still in the Magic Kingdom, here is another attraction to look for. If your children like the franchise or pirates in general, this attraction is for them.

This show features singable music with catchy tunes alongside a clear storyline and other thrilling features without being outright scary. You can spot pirates causing trouble and carousing with a lighthearted feel. You might even catch Captain Jack Sparrow.

  1. Kilimanjaro Safaris

Now let us go towards the Animal Kingdom and look at their other attractions. One such attraction is the Kilimanjaro Safaris, a perfect option for animal lovers. Here, you and your children can experience a variety of wildlife.

What makes this Disney World experience worthwhile aside from the animals? That would be the drivers due to how they keep passengers entertained and have them at the edge of their seats. Be ready for lines and come early in the day before going for this one.

  1. Animal Kingdom Lodge

Now for a place to stay and also enjoy with the children, you can try out the Animal Kingdom Lodge. This works great not only for children but for toddlers as well. Here, you can also get an up-close look at some of the animals in the theme park.

Along with poolside viewing areas and the Savannah View, you also have a myriad of free educational activities that children can enjoy and have fun with.

Do you think that it’s all too much for your finances to bear? You can rent DVC points to make the trip as stress-free as possible. You can learn more about the DVC pricing here.

  1. Triceratops Spin

Also in the Animal Kingdom is this wonderful ride. The Triceratops Spin ensures that you don’t need to wait for that much for the children to have fun. The ride has fun and easy controls for children to play with.

It is a prime spot to take a quick break after going around Animal Kingdom. While not a thrill ride, this is a good starting point and a confidence booster for children.

  1. Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail

For a glimpse of African wildlife, you can bring your children to this attraction. You can tell from the name that gorillas take the spotlight here. There are also other animals like exotic birds, among others.

Here, you can explore the beauty that Africa has in its wildlife.

  1. Festival of the Lion King

If you and your kids love The Lion King, try out this attraction. This 30-minute musical stage show features a colorful Broadway-like production that your family can watch and enjoy.

The performance takes place in an air-conditioned theater, and guests watch this on low stadium-type seats.

  1. Test Track

For something different in Disney World, you can try out Test Track. This one allows your child to enjoy fast-paced rides with the race track motif.

This gives you a fast and furious feel that the race track provides while having great fun for the whole family. Give Test Track a shot when you visit Disney World Epcot.

Get Disney Experiences for the Whole Family

These are some of the Disney experiences that you can bring your children to try out before reaching age 10. As long as you accompany them and they meet the requirements (such as height), they can have a magical time with you.

Are you interested in learning more about DVC, the rides, and the events in the park? Check out more of our blogs to learn all you can about them today!

James Smith is the writer for Munchkin Press. He is a young American writer from California and is currently traveling around the world. He has a passion for helping people and motivates others.

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