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  • Hi moms and Dads.. DS 15,DS13,DD12. Can our sons enter a park by themselves? Also can you clarify the MYW+Waterpark and more? If we go to a park in the morning, we could go to Waterpark in afternoon and then return to same park for nite correct ? Thx
  • - Asked by Paula from New York on 1/28/2014
  • Welcome back Paula,we love seeing Guests return to ask more questions at the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Your question intrigued me because I to have children and although mine are a little bit younger it is something I would love to know. Here is what I found out for you; children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a Guest age 14 or older to enter all four Walt Disney World theme parks, water parks and DisneyQuest. That being said if your son who is 15 is with them at all times then your 13 and 12 year old can enter the parks accompanied by him.

    As for your second question, your Magic Your Way ticket with Water Park Fun & More Option provides a certain number of admissions to the water parks based on the number of days you visit, plus you enjoy same-day entrance into all four theme parks. So, yes, you can head to one of the four Walt Disney World theme parks in the morning such as Magic Kingdom, cool off at Disney's Blizzard Beach in the afternoon, and then head over to Epcot in the evening, if you so wish.  

    It sounds like you are planning for a magically memorable vacation at Walt Disney World and hope you enjoy your upcoming stay. If I can be of any further pixie dusted assistance feel free to ask.

    Amy M*o*
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