10 Magic Kingdom Touring Tips For Kids With Special Needs


8. If you have the time, plan to spend 2 to 3 separate days at the Magic Kingdom.

The Magic Kingdom is a massive place! There are just too many rides and other attractions, entertainment and character meet and greet opportunities to fit into one day, and that’s for any family! Keep in mind that a child with Autism can be prone to becoming overstimulated, which can result in negative behaviors, a lack of interest in continuing and possibly even a meltdown, in which situation your time at the park would most likely come to an end for that day. Instead, spread out the fun over 2 to 3 days, and try not to pack your day too full of activities.


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