Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Jul 21, 2014
    Walter from Montevideo Asked

    Hello, and thank you for the answer. I have a 15 monhs old boy. Can I get in and out of the park several times during the day ? Or once I get out I loose the ticket ? Thank you for the answer, its different if I have to plan a day long stay or I can go out

    Hello Walter, thank you for visiting us here at the Disney Parks Moms Panel.  So happy you've stopped by to ask your Walt Disney World question. 

    Yes!  You can absolutely leave and reenter the Walt Disney World theme park you are visiting unlimited times a day.  If you have a standard base ticket, make sure you are reentering the same theme park.  If you have a Park Hopper Ticket, you have unlimited access to all of the 4 Walt Disney World theme parks each day.  With a 15 month old, it is so convenient to be able to leave the park for an afternoon nap, maybe even a swim, and come back later that evening refreshed.  We like to have an early morning at the parks, head back after lunch for a swim and a nap at the resort, freshen up  for dinner and then revisit the park for the evening activities.  It's a great way to also avoid the crowds, the afternoons tend to be busier!

    I hope this helps you plan your days at Walt Disney World.  If you have any other questions, I would love to help.  Happy planning!     
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Meet the Panelist: Jackie, North Carolina

I love all-things-Walt Disney World! No trip is complete without a few carrot cake cookies, Dole Whip Floats, thrill rides with my 7-year-old, Pin Trading and finding Hidden Mickeys with my husband. I may have a small family but we are always ready for some BIG fun on our next Walt Disney World vacation! Learn More About Jackie

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