TREX
  • On Jan 14, 2019
    Peggy from LA Asked

    Best way to get from MK to T-Rex using Disney transportation? And time needed

    Hi Peggy!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Between the hours of 4.00pm-11.00pm, there is a Disney bus service which will take you straight from Magic Kingdom Park to Disney Springs.  The actual bus journey will take approximately 20 minutes.  At all other times you will need to take a bus from Magic Kingdom Park to any Disney Resort hotel, and then transfer to another bus to Disney Springs. To save time, I would hop on any resort bus that is already waiting at the Magic Kingdom Park bus stops.  Alternatively, you could walk to Disney's Contemporary Resort (a leisurely 10-minute stroll), and take a bus from there to Disney Springs.  Please allow 60-90 minutes in total, just to ensure you are not late for your dining reservation at T-REX.  This is such a fun restaurant, with a very lively atmosphere of bubbling geysers and waterfalls and the not-so-tranquil roar of an occasional dinosaur - but you wouldn't expect anything less!  Oh, and save some room for the Chocolate Extinction dessert.   

    Please come back and visit us if you have any further questions.  We will be happy to help you plan your magical vacation to Walt Disney World.

    ~ Sue

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