Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hi Moms,
Coming to WDW for only 1 day with a 2 yr old what all can we cover in this time? Can we see Magic Kingdom and a water park all in 1 day ? Thanks!
- - Asked by debbie on 2/20/2013
- Hi Debbie!
Yes, you can go to Magic Kingdom and a Water Park in one day and see some attractions and rides in both, but you would need to have two separate ticket--a park ticket for the Magic Kingdom and a Water Park ticket (you could add the Water Parks, Fun, and More Option to your Magic Your Way Ticket but it is not the most economical way for one day). If you are going to do this, then I would recommend going to the Water Park first thing in the morning and then heading to the Magic Kingdom for the afternoon and evening. You will get more bang for your buck if you choose a day when the Magic Kingdom is open late. Keep in mind that your little one might get really tired with a busy day like this and might not last that long in the evening at the Magic Kingdom. It may be more beneficial to just spend the day enjoying the Magic Kingdom together and maybe going to a Water Park another time (I speak from experience because I often try to do too much when I'm in Walt Disney World which usually results in a cranky child).
I hope that your day in Walt Disney World with your two year old is truly magical!
Keep Dreaming Big!
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