There are a vast number of rides and attractions at Disney World Orlando, and it’s almost impossible to hit them all even over a three-day weekend — but then, you’re not really supposed to. Some rides are meant for some audiences, and others are for, well, others.
Almost every ride in Disney World is made for 9-year-olds at the oldest — though many of them
obviously will thrill even the grandparents. But for the pre-schoolers (4- or 5-year-olds), here are the
top-of-the-list favorites — the ones that aren’t great for the 3rd-grade-and-up crowd.
Animal Kingdom Rides:The Boneyard, Dinorama, Triceratops Spin
Hollywood Studios Rides: Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set, Disney Junior Live on Stage
Magic Kingdom Rides:Astro Orbiter, Prince Charming, Regal Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, The Magic Carpets of Aladdin, Mad Tea Party, Tomorrowland Speedway, Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover, Tom Sawyer Island, WDW Railroad.
If you’re coming to Disney World Orlando with a gaggle of kids in the 9-year-old range, you’re playing straight into the park’s ‘ideal audience’ — which means there are plenty of rides they’ll enjoy. But here are the ones that are not great for the smaller kids, either because of height restrictions, scariness factor, or simply based on ratings taken from actual visitors of different age groups.
Epcot Center Rides: The American Adventure, Mission: Space, Soarin’, Test Track
Animal Kingdom Rides: Dinosaur, Expedition Everest
Hollywood Studios Rides:Fantasmic, Rock-n-Roller Coaster, The Tower of Terror
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