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  1. June Alexander
    October 6, 2015

    Hi, our family will be coming to see Harry Potter World & Magic Kingdom in the same week .late October 2016. How long will it take to see all Harry Potter park to park things? One whole day? Should we plan two days for Magic Kingdom or two days for Harry Potter world?

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    • Dave
      October 6, 2015

      June, if you are not staying at a Universal Resort (which would give you early entry privileges) it’ll be hard to see everything in a day, because of the waits you will run into. The choice between Harry Potter and the Magic Kingdom depends a bit on how old your kids are–and how huge fans of Harry Potter they are.

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  2. Nickey
    March 10, 2015

    Dave, we are interested in going to MGM for Star Wars weekend. Are the crowds typically too unbearable that it won’t be enjoyable? Is most of the crowd action at the Star Wars attractions meaning are the other attractions (i.e. Toy Story Mania) less crowded? We would be traveling with our 6yr old son and don’t want to waste our entire day fighting crowds and standing in line. Is the Friday of the weekend typically the best day to go? Thoughts? Also, we are interested in spending a day @ Universal; is there plenty to do for our son there too?

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    • Dave
      March 10, 2015

      Nickey, it will be pretty miserable. Crowds are best on Sundays except Memorial Day weekend, when Friday is best. For more see my friend Josh’s post here (from 2014, but the basics should be about the same).

      There’s not a lot at Universal for a 6 year old…

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