ANIMAL KINGDOM – Top 10 “must do’s” (pre-school edition)

Top 10 “must do’s”
for pre-school kids
1.  Festival of the Lion King

Festival of the Lion King is one of my favorite WDW shows.  The music, the atmosphere, the acrobatics, the dancers and the beloved characters make this show a winner!  Experience all of your favorite songs from the Disney classic, “The Lion King” in a broadway show setting.

2.  Kilimanjaro Safaris Expedition

What better way to observe the animals of Africa than from a safari jeep!  At Kilimanjaro Safaris Expedition you get to do just that!  You never know just how up close and personal the animals will get.

3.  Adventurers Outpost (Character Meet & Greet)

Want to say “hello” to Mickey and Minnie?  Stop by the Adventurers Outpost for photo ops and a hug!  While in Animal Kingdom, Mickey and Minnie like to wear their safari gear…always ready for an adventure!

4.  Wildlife Express Train

This seven minute 1.2 mile train ride is sure to please your little train lover!  The train takes you from the Africa area of Animal Kingdom to Rafiki’s Planet Watch.

5.  Affection Section (petting zoo)

After you take the Wildlife Express Train to Rafiki’s Planet Watch, stop by the Affection Section.  It’s a fun and safe petting zoo for kids!  There are brushes available, so they can take care of the animals.

6.  The Boneyard

The Boneyard is a fun play area for kids in Dinoland USA.  Dig for fossils or slide down the slides.  There’s plenty for the kids to enjoy.

7.  Finding Nemo – The Musical

This original musical brings Nemo and his friends to life on stage.  Get ready to enjoy some cool new songs created just for Finding Nemo the Musical.  And if your little one likes bubbles, prepare for a fun surprise!

8.  TriceraTop Spin

Get a great view of Dinoland USA from TriceraTop Spin!

9.  Flights of Wonder
This show is a beautiful display of some amazing birds that can be found throughout  the world.  Watch as these trained birds swoop over head, and perform.
10.  Africa Drums 

Give your little ones a chance to make some music of their own in Animal Kingdom’s Africa area.