Little girl on dad's shoulders in front of Cinderella Castle
  • On Apr 6, 2017
    Megan from WI Asked

    Hello, I will be traveling to Disney World April 14-18. I was wondering if we are staying a resort and go to one of parks in the morning but need to go back to the resort before dinner at that same park, can we leave and come back on the same pass?

    Welcome, Megan! My family and I love visiting the Walt Disney World Resort at Easter time! Besides all of the everyday magic that you'll get to experience at the parks and resorts, you'll have even more seasonal magic to enjoy!

    When my kids were very young, we would visit one of the parks first thing when it opened and stay through lunch, then head back to our resort so the kids could rest. Okay, who am I kidding - my husband and I needed the rest too! Later on, we'd return for more rides and attractions and dinner in the evening. You are certainly able to come and go from the same park with your one park per day park tickets throughout that day. The system will recognize you and your MagicBands or Admission Cards when you return, so no problems. Now, if you have park hopper tickets, you can spend part of the day at one park, head back to relax at the resort, and then head to a different park for the evening.

    Have so much fun this coming week as you get to explore and experience all of the magic that Disney has to offer!
    Marcy
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two little Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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