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  • On Apr 23, 2008
    Lynsey from Northern Ireland Asked

    How long does it take to walk from the Polynesian Resort to the TTC? Would using the TTC as a hub be the best way to get to all the other areas in WDW when staying at the Polynesian and would walking be the fastest way to get there? Thanks.

    The length of the walk depends on where you are departing from at the Polynesian Resort. The Tahiti and Rapa Nui buildings are the closest to the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC) walkway. It is a 5 minute walk from this side of the resort and approximately 15 minutes from the furthest building.

    The walkway is lit at night and takes you through pleasant, tropical landscaping.

    The Polynesian provides excellent transportation options to Epcot and the Magic Kingdom. It’s one of the reasons that our family loves to stay there.

    Magic Kingdom - board the monorail and you’ll exit at the second stop. Return via monorail or boat.

    Epcot - walk to the TTC and board the Epcot monorail. Return via monorail and walk back to the resort. If you are staying at the opposite end of the Polynesian Resort near Aotearoa, you might want to transfer to the resort monorail and exit at the Polynesian.

    Animal Kingdom - resort bus

    Hollywood Studios - resort bus

    You will not use the TTC as a hub as resort buses no longer use this location as a transfer station.

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