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This plan covers all of the Magic Kingdom's highest-rated attractions, as judged by seniors in the Unofficial Guide's reader surveys. It avoids roller coasters in favor of senior-friendly entertainment. Attractions include Mickey's PhilharMagic, the Pirates of the Caribbean, It's a Small World, the Jungle Cruise, Splash Mountain, and the Haunted Mansion. The plan includes dining recommendations for both lunch and dinner.
A variation on the standard one-day plan for seniors, adjusted for the crowd levels typically seen at the Magic Kingdom during holiday periods. This plan includes all of the attractions in the standard one-day plan, plus dining recommendations, and tips on making the most of the Magic Kingdom's holiday offerings.
A relaxed version of the standard one-day touring plan for seniors, with a late-morning start that allows seniors to sleep in and still see the highlights of the Magic Kingdom in a single day. As with the other plans, it includes dining recommendations for lunch and dinner. This plan works especially well when the Magic Kingdom is open later, such as summer and Extra Magic Hour evenings.
This plan covers in two days all of the Magic Kingdom's highest-rated attractions, as judged by seniors in the Unofficial Guide's reader surveys. It avoids roller coasters in favor of senior-friendly entertainment. By spreading the headliner attractions over two days, wait times and backtracking are drastically reduced.
The attractions in this touring plan are generally those rated at least three stars (out of five) by both seniors and small children, plus a handful of senior-friendly attractions that kids just love. Specifically designed to minimize walking, this includes a mid-day break of at least three hours and dining recommendations for lunch and dinner. We don't try to cover the entire park, either: most of Tomorrowland is left as an option if time permits and everyone's feeling up for it.