Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hello , We decide do go to Orlando on 26th on December and stay until New Year, i want to buy 3 day ticket package, can I go twice to the same park , my kids are still too little to have fun in Epcot or Hollywood studies
- - Asked by Magdalena from Illinois on 12/19/2010
- Hi Magdalena!
The great thing about admission tickets to Walt Disney World is that you can use them for any of the four main theme parks that you'd like, which is why the title "Magic Your Way" tickets is so appropriate.
With Magic Your Way base tickets, you may visit either Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, or Animal Kingdom. You choose one park for each day of your admission tickets, but you may choose from any of the parks. If, for example, you choose to visit Magic Kingdom on the 27th, you may come and go into the Magic Kingdom on that day, as your admission is good for that one park throughout the day. If you decide to visit Magic Kingdom every day for the three days for which you have admission, you can do so without any worries. As your vacation goes along, you can even decide what park you'll visit depending on how you're vacation is going. For example, if you originally plan to go to Magic Kingdom for three days, but once you're two days into it, you decide to venture into Hollywood Studios on the third day, that's okay, too.
A few exceptions exist, such as special events which would require a separate admission ticket. However, events such as Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, won't be taking place during your visit, so you'll be fine visiting the parks as I've previously mentioned.
There are other options such as Park Hopper and More Fun Options, but it sounds like you're already set with the base tickets, and that they are a good option for your family for this trip. If you'd like to add these options however, you can do so with guest services. Please feel free to come back to the Moms Panel if you need any more help, though, as we'd love to help you plan your magical vacation!
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