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Magic Kingdom To Introduce Preschool Guide To Park- All Headline News- 7/5/05


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  • Magic Kingdom To Introduce Preschool Guide To Park- All Headline News- 7/5/05

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    Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom Park will now offer visitors a preschool guide to compliment the 107-acre park's primary map. It will highlight attractions appropriate for children under the age of six.

    The guide advises parents when to eat, stating, "earlier meals make it a lot easier on you and your kids. Take advantage of less traditional meal times."

    The family-friendly maps may only be around for the summer, as they are part of an experiment that began in late May. During that time, research teams will gather data and interview guests to determine whether to keep the maps permanently.

    The guides are currently distributed in six places: the stroller-rental area, City Hall, the guest-relations window, the baby-care center, the Tip Board, and the vacation-planning office.
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