Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- with the Park Hopper Option, can I use multiple parks several times/day? Meaning can I spend the morning at MK, then go to AK in the afternoon, then back to MK late afternoon, then to Epcot for dinner? can we "roam" ?
- - Asked by Kelly from North Carolina on 1/6/2010
- Hi Kelly!
You have the right idea because that is exactly what the Park Hopper Option on Walt Disney World Tickets is for! You could go to all Four of Disney's Parks in the same day with a Ticket that has the Park Hopper Option. I have done exactly this with my son numerous times. In fact, one day we even went to Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, and then Hollywood Studios. Another time we started out at Hollywood Studios then took the Friendship Boat from Hollywood Studios to Epcot to eat lunch at LeCelliar in the Canada Pavilion and then back by boat again to Hollywood Studios for Fantasmic!
Keep in mind that if you choose to Park Hop, you need to add extra travel time into your schedule. Sometimes it can take an hour or more to reach the next Park depending on which method of Disney transportation that you choose. Also when traveling from Park to Park sometimes the only transportation option is to take a Disney bus to a Resort and then transfer to another bus that is traveling to your next Park. There are only two exceptions to this rule and they are Magic Kingdom to Epcot via the Monorail or Epcot to Hollywood Studios via the Friendship Boats. At Walt Disney World, sometimes getting to your destination by using different modes of transportation is half the fun!
I hope you have fun riding Disney's incredible transportation during your next Walt Disney World trip!
Keep Dreaming Big!
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