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Old 13 Feb 20, 09:17 AM  
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Hi all, I've created my itinerary for our Disney world trip and feel I have a good variation of parks and downtime etc. However one thing I've overlooked is the in park shows. What shows should I plan in? We have 2 daughters age 7 and 4. Thank you
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Old 13 Feb 20, 09:20 AM  
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All of them if you can, but definitely the lion king ,finding nemo, and beauty and the beast. Also if you haven't done it already, voyage of the little mermaid , enchanted tales with belle
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Old 13 Feb 20, 09:56 AM  
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They are all worth seeing at least once, we see some twice.
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Old 13 Feb 20, 11:45 AM  
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Have to agree with the others, they are all worth seeing once at least. If time is against you then mickeyspal has the same list I would start with. the Lion King is top of the list for me.
Enjoy watching your girls faces, as much as the shows.
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I have two girls now 4&5. The only show they didnít like was rivers of light. We didnít get to do the up or nemo which we are doing this year.

They are definitely worth doing. It also breaks the day up a bit so that itís not full on ride after ride etc.

My kids liked fantasmic best. Mine last year were singing at the top of their voices to frozen songs was beautiful
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My ex, not a WDW or ride fan in general, said the Lion King Show was worth the price of admission to AK. To me it's a must do, no matter how many times I have seen it.

The kids also liked the bird show at AK. We were not taken with Nemo but had to stand and it is a relatively long show. Overall, all the shows are great quality. It depends what your kids like.

One caveat, for shows like the castle show, you need to get a good place and have to decide if you want to spend the time waiting. With no seats and the hot sun, waiting can be a pain.

IN door shows offer not only good entertainment but a break from the sun. Back in the day, we spent most of our time at DHS in shows (before thrill rides)

Also don't forget Turtle talk with Crush. Cute show and air conditioned.
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We liked some better than others but it's nice to mix it up and take a break from the heat, rather than continuously chase the next ride. Our favourite shows were the festival of the Lion king and finding Nemo in Animal Kingdom. My daughter also enjoyed the frozen sing along (I thought it was a bit meh to be honest). This year, again, I haven't 'planned' any shows as such, but would definitely include some, as and when we feel like we need a break.
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my Girls have always enjoyed all the shows - so I try and do at least one visit for each. However if you donít have the time Iíd say Lion King is definitely a must do! My two have always enjoyed frozen sing a long as well - at the end Elsa makes it snow and the first time seeing there faces was magical! They know itís coming now though 😂 however if they arenít big on frozen thatís probably one you can skip.
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Finding Nemo is amazing! ... sit in the bubble zone 😉
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One word of warning I will give regarding the Lion King show... They have stilt walkers. These make me very, very, very uncomfortable at any time as it does not look natural, so I "watched" the entire show with my eyes closed.

I'm the same with infra-red lighting and eyes not looking natural.

Friends think it's hilarious that I still cannot bear anything unnatural looking, even though I'm in my late 30's!
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