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  1. MsB

    One day I wish to take my girls! Looks so fun!

    • momo

      Me too!!;-)

  2. Kat

    What’s a good age to take your kids? We were planning on waiting until they were a little older (they are 5,4,2,1 now). I have a feeling a 1 yr old even our 2 ye old would be difficult there.

    • Ekavan

      I wouldn’t take anyone younger then 4!!
      By 4 they are usually tall enough for most the rides, even splash mountain, and potty trained, and able to handle the long days/lines etc. with no nap.

      • Julie D.

        I think it depends if you plan it to be a once-in-a-lifetime or hope to take a second trip. We plan to take a second trip (someday) so went when our kids were 5,3 and 1. It was absolutely amazing! We had reasonable expectations (didn’t push them to see everything and rested when they needed). No, the 1 yr old won’t remember that trip, but he LOVED it, we had wonderful family time and the 3 and 5 yr olds were the perfect age to be captivated by the magic. I think if you wait for your youngest to be old enough to walk the whole time, your oldest will still enjoy, but will have missed the magical stage. I’ve also been for a few days while nursing and while that was a little more difficult logistically, was totally doable.

        • Jill

          Agree. If you have the ability to go more than once don’t put an age limit on your trip. Our first trip our children were 2,4,6 & 8. It was magical! The 2 year old (who’s now 9) may not remember it – but I do! And those memories and pictures are very precious to me.

        • brittany

          Thank you, thank you for your comment! I’ve been debating about taking my almost 3 year old and 1 year old.

    • Alonna

      It’s a little cheaper if you go when they’re little. They’re free if they’re 2 or under (I think) and there’s still a lot they can do. But, if you can only go once, waiting until they’re older will insure better memories.

  3. karen

    Why don’t you feature other family vacation spots???? Such as pigeon forge Tennessee. Maybe other hip2savers have location ideas too……

    • Missy

      How long does it take to get the gift card? We are going the last week in July

      • Danielle

        I’ve heard it comes with the billing statement that has the $500 worth of charges. It would be cutting it close for your trip but the gift card can be used at Dinsey stores or website also.

  4. Lauren

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