Infant and toddler with Chef Mickey
  • On Feb 12, 2019
    Anna from ON Asked

    Hello, My husband and I are going to be taking our 2 year old son to Disney World next January. We want to see Magic Kingdom but we are also considering other parks. If we get a two or three day park tickets do they need to be used in consecutive days?

    Hi Anna!
    Thanks for your question and for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel!
    How awesome that you will be bringing your little Prince to Walt Disney World for his first visit!! I can remember VIVIDLY the  looks of wide-eyed wonder on my girls' faces on their first trips...TOTALLY memorable!
    I think that planning to make Magic Kingdom your initial stop is a solid plan. Even though there are many awesome things to do in each of the theme parks for little guests, I just think the Magic Kingdom has that certain something that makes it worthy of being the first stop of the journey. As for visiting other parks on a multi-day ticket, you do NOT have to visit the theme parks on consecutive days, but please keep in mind that park tickets do expire 14 days from the day of first use.
    I hope this helps and I wish you and your little guy the most Magical trip ever!! Make memories!!
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