5 Free Scavenger Hunts for Kids at Walt Disney World

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom

There's always more to explore at Walt Disney World. Between the rides and shows, you’ll find plenty of exciting adventures for kids, including interactive games that earn fun rewards. The best part? They're completely free! Here are 5 free scavenger hunts and interactive games for kids at Walt Disney World.

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
When you first arrive at the Magic Kingdom stop into the Firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A., to get started playing the biggest interactive game at Disney World: Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. This free scavenger hunt uses collectible trading cards to unlock magic spells you'll need to help defeat the biggest villains in Disney history. Use your map to find the next hidden portal on your quest. Hold up spell cards to defeat the villain and learn your next destination. Kids love being able to interact with animated characters hidden in shop windows and inside buildings. Plus, the more you play, the more collectible cards you'll acquire, which make perfect (free) souvenirs!

Pirates Adventure at Magic Kingdom
Head to Adventureland to experience Pirates Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas. This scavenger hunt allows you to choose from five adventures by selecting a treasure map at the old Cartography Shop located between Frontierland and Adventureland. Use the map to find lost treasure located all around Adventureland. Then use your MagicBand or park ticket at interactive touch points to trigger special effects like smoke, water, sound and more. After you complete two or more missions you'll earn free FastPasses for Pirates of the Caribbean, plus the beautiful treasure maps make awesome keepsakes.

Wilderness Explorers at Animal Kingdom
Russel and Dug from Disney-Pixar's Up are waiting for you to join the Wilderness Explorers Club and earn badges while learning about nature. Pick up your official Wilderness Explorers Handbook on the bridge from The Oasis to Discovery Island near the front of the park. This 40-page color book is filled with kid-friendly activities and a map with all the spots in the park to earn badges. At each stop, kids participate in fun hands-on activities and answer questions to earn the corresponding sticker badge to place in their book. Earn all 32 badges to receive a special completion badge at the end of the day.

Agent P's World Showcase Adventure at Epcot
This high-tech interactive game based on the Phineas and Ferb TV series takes place throughout World Showcase in Epcot. Sign up at the Intern Recruitment center on the bridge from Future World to World Showcase. There you'll be briefed on your mission by Agent P on how you can help stop the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz from taking over the world. Use your smartphone or a provided device to follow clues in each of the World Showcase pavilions. Interactive elements, animatronic figures and even live secret agents will help you finish each mission, and you'll earn prizes along the way. Each pavilion has a new mission and you can complete as many as you like throughout the day.

Kidcot Fun Stops at Epcot
For the younger ones in your family, Kidcot at Epcot's World Showcase is a must. It makes visiting all 11 nations around the world great fun for the little ones. Stop by any of the Kidcot Fun Spots to pick up your coloring sheet or Duffy Fan. They're usually found in a shop or near an attraction in each of the countries. Take your fan to each Fun Stop to receive a passport stamp and custom drawing from a local of that country. Kids get to decorate their fan using markers while learning about that nation's culture from people who live there. Kidcot makes World Showcase a little more kid-friendly, motivating them to visit every country to get all the stamps.

(Photos: Walt Disney World)

Orlando, FL – 2/8/18

By: Alicia Stella 

 

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