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Introducing our new ‘Attractions Kids’ video series

by Matt Roseboom

For most people, their first memories of a theme park are from when they were kids. We want to bring that experience to children everywhere through our new video series called “Attractions Kids”.

This will be a new series of videos primarily featuring activities around the theme parks and attractions that young kids can enjoy. From a prehistoric playground and pony rides at Walt Disney World, to unboxing and playing with unique toys, our aim is to not only entertain the little eyes who are watching and give them safe entertainment, but also to inform their parents of activities and services available for them.

There is no schedule for when new “Attractions Kids” videos will be posted, so be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and click the bell to be notified when we post.

Our reporter and editor Banks Lee will be putting these videos together and many will feature his 3-year-old daughter Spencer and soon-to-be-born son Oliver. We will also be featuring other Attractions reporters children in future episodes. If you have any questions or suggestions of things you’d like to see covered, you can email us at [email protected]

For the first video below, Banks and Spencer head to Disney’s Animal Kingdom to check out The Boneyard, a fun playground themed to a dig site in Dinoland USA. Near future videos will include Tike’s Peak at Disney’s Blizzard Beach, the Tri-Circle-D Ranch at Disney’s Ft. Wilderness Campground, and the Legoland Beach Retreat. We also have plans to show off the parks’ Baby Care Centers in a way that’s entertaining for kids, but also informative for parents who may not know what they offer. We’ll also be covering Camp Jurassic, hitting milestones in height requirements, and covering kids activities at other theme parks and attractions and even on cruises.

We hope you, and your kids, enjoy.

Digging For Dinos At The Boneyard Playground | Attractions Kids

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