Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Feb 16, 2014
    Christina from KY Asked

    We have planned on eating at Chef Mickey's at 11:20 a.m. and I was wondering if we would have enough time to go to magic kingdom that morning (it opens at 9) on that day. If so, when should we leave M.K. And how long will it take to get our reservation?

    Hi there, Christina!

    While you certainly can spend some time at Magic Kingdom Park before your dining reservation at Chef Mickey's, I can't help but think you will be rushed.  From Magic Kingdom Park to DIsney's Contemporary Resort, you can either take the monorail (first stop) or utilize the walking path.  You should check-in at Chef Mickey's by 11:10am for your reservation.  This means you should leave Magic Kingdom Park by 10:30am to be on the safe side.  You will, perhaps, have enough time to peruse the activities on Main Street USA or catch an attraction or two near the end of Main Street USA.  It really all depends on how much running around you are up for that morning.  

    Thanks for stopping by the DIsney Parks Moms Panel.

    I wish you a truly magical vacation!

    -Jacqui

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A Walt Disney World veteran traveler since the early 1970's, I can't wait to help you plan the most MAGICAL vacation.  I am a Disney Vacation Club Member and an Annual Passholder.  Whether you need tips for traveling with babies, toddlers, adolescents, adults or seniors, I can help you create the most Pixie Dusted adventure. There aren't many things our family hasn't experienced at Walt Disney World, and I would love to make suggestions so that you will have the vacation of a lifetime!  Learn More About Jacqui

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