Epcot or Disney Studios - hmmmmmm
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Does anyone have any thoughts or comments that might help sway a decision for visiting either Epcot or Disney Studios on Jan 28 (Mon)? I have just two days at WDW and one is dedicated to MK already and the other is undecided.
DHS offers many great attractions like TSMM, RnRC, ToT, ST and the shows while Epcot offers it's own huge serving of rides like Soarin', TT, MS and SOAF(new for me) as well as all the fun of World Showcase. Both parks are open until the same time that night so I have equal touring time at both.
I'd say if you are travelling with children DHS as this park has more for kids in my opinion and Epcot if just adults. It also depends on your preference. If you love the attractions at Epcot then that's the one. We are going in May for two days and have decided on MK and DHS. We just couldn't go to Disney and not go on Rock n Roller coaster!! Good luck with your decision!!!!
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