Epcot and monorail at night
  • On Feb 8, 2020
    Dorothy from FL Asked

    can I bring water bottles into the parks

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Dorothy!

    Guests are permitted to bring their own snacks and beverages into Walt Disney World Theme Parks.  You are welcome to bring in purchased bottled water or a refillable water bottle.  Just be sure to check the Walt Disney World Resort Property Rules for a list of prohibited items.  Glass containers and alcoholic beverages are not permitted.  I usually carry in a cup of coffee in the morning and a bottle of water in my bag, as well as snacks that travel well, such as a granola bar or an apple.

    Since your visit begins today, you'll have the opportunity to check out the 2020 Epcot International Festival of the Arts.  This fun festival features Food Studios with beautiful and delicious dishes, as well as the Disney on Broadway Concert Series, amazing art displays, and more.  Check out some of these Moms Panel tips for enjoying the festival!

    Dorothy, please feel free to visit the Moms Panel again with any additional questions you may have.  We are always happy to help.

    Anne Marie
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Meet the Panelist: Anne Marie, Illinois

Hi everyone!  I'm Anne Marie from Illinois.  I love escaping our long Midwest winters with some fun in the sun at beautiful Walt Disney World Resort!  It seems our family of six is always on the go, and that is one reason why our Disney vacation memories are so special.  We get the opportunity to have fun while spending precious time together.  I enjoy helping family and friends plan their Disney vacations, and I'd love to help you plan yours too! Learn More About Anne Marie

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