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  • On Jan 5, 2015
    Leyla from NB Asked

    We are planning to go to WDW in Feb, staying off-site. If we purchase 3-day base park tickets, does that mean that we can go to three of the four parks each day. Also, if we are at one of the parks, can we leave the park for lunch and return later on?

    Welcome to the Moms Panel, Leyla.  You have come to the right place to have your planning questions answered.  Your trip is almost here and I bet you're counting down the days and looking forward to the warm Florida weather!  

    Your three day base park tickets will allow you to visit one theme park per day only.  Your tickets will also allow you to return to the same park if you'd like to leave for lunch or an afternoon break at your hotel.  You cannot, however, visit more than one theme park per day.  

    If you'd like additional flexibility, you may want to consider adding the Park Hopper option to your base ticket.  This option would allow you to visit all four theme parks, with the added ability of visiting more than one theme park per day.   To see all of the ticket options available, please visit Theme Park Tickets.

    Please come back and visit us again if you need additional information.  Wishing you a pixie dusted vacation!  

    Leanne T 

      
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Meet the Panelist: Leanne, Missouri

Walt Disney captured my heart as a little girl and has not let go since. As a parent and grandparent, I have been to the Walt Disney World Resort with children of all ages, and also as empty nesters. I would like to share my years of experience so that you are able to start your own tradition of Walt Disney World memories, just as I have. Learn More About Leanne

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