Sometimes, even when in a vacation filled with thrill and entertainment, it can be tough to keep younger guests engaged throughout the day. Fortunately, there’s a handful of interactive experiences that can keep children actively engaged with their entertainment, giving them the perfect outlet for their abundant energy.
Enchanted Tales with Belle This is the perfect attraction for young guests, as it was designed from the ground up with them in mind. It is the flawless intersection between the classic stage show and the princess meet-and-greet the kids have been talking about since you stepped foot in the parks. The guests not only get to interact with Belle, but they get to act with her too, becoming a part of her story. It also helps that this attraction gets the entire party out of the heat, giving the kids time to engage themselves while still cooling down.
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor® Attraction When the whole party needs a good laugh and the kids want something to relate to, this digital comedy show checks all the boxes. Young guests will get to vocally interact with their favorite monsters, and also get the chance to have either themselves or their jokes featured on screen. The show is funny for adults, so the parents can still get substance from the attraction. It is even funnier for the kids, so they can get the perfect mixture of activities in their day when the hours might wander a little long.
Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple The most interactive of any show or attraction in Walt Disney World® Resort, this show gives young guests to don the iconic Jedi robes and wield lightsabers in a training session that leads to a fight against one of the franchise’s most unforgettable villains. The 20-minute show plays throughout the day, so it is easy to work around what best fits the kids’ routines.
Guests between ages 4 and 12 can participate, and must sign up in advance at the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost that is located between Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular! And 50’s Prime Time Café. It is first-come, first-serve, so regardless of your desired showtime, it is best to reserve your showing right when the park opens.
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