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    Epcot Touring Plans for Parents with Small Children

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One-Day Holiday Touring Plan for Parents with Small Children

A special version of the one-day Epcot plan for parents with small children, designed to avoid long lines that may develop during peak times at Epcot. Includes the Epcot Character Spot meet-and-greet, Turtle Talk with Crush, and World Showcase holiday performers. Includes suggestions for best FastPass+ attractions and times.

Late Arrival One-Day Touring Plan for Parents with Small Children

A relaxed guide that allows families with small children to sleep late and still see the highlights of Epcot. The plan begins around 11 am, sets aside ample time for lunch, and includes the very best child-friendly attractions in the park. Special advice is provided for touring the park with small children. The plan provides a good balance between walking and waiting in line, and points out where using Disney's FastPass+ can best be used.

One-Day Touring Plan for Parents with Small Children

Our standard one-day touring plan of Epcot for parents with small children. Includes FastPass+ suggestions for minimizing your wait in line.

Parent's Plan:1 Afternoon and 1 Full Day (Full Day)

For parents who want to tour Epcot comprehensively over 2 days. Includes character meet-and-greets plus Epcot's best rides. Has specific advice on where and when to use Fastpass+.

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