Christmas on Main Street
  • On Jul 11, 2018
    Linda from OR Asked

    I will be visiting Orlando for three weeks over the holidays. Is there a multi-day Walt Disney World ticket that will allow for multiple visits over a three week period of time?

    Hi Linda,

    Thanks for visiting Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    How exciting that you're visiting Walt Disney World for the holidays! And how extra super exciting that you'll be visiting for 3 weeks! It really is a simply beautiful time of the year to take in all the splendor of the holiday season at the theme parks. I highly recommend making time to celebrate with festive events like Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and Candlelight Processional. When you purchase a multi-day theme park ticket, you will need to use the ticket and any options within 14 days of first use, and that includes options such as Park Hopper Option or Park Hopper Plus. I think the key question for you to consider is how many days of your 3 week visit will you be planning to visit the theme parks? With the 14-day window, you can spread out your park days over your 3 week stay. If you're looking to visit the theme parks starting your first day and through your entire stay, you might consider an Annual Pass. Remember, too, that Disney Springs offers lots of holiday festivities and would make for a wonderful visit during your stay.

    Linda, here's wishing you a magical holiday season.

    Enjoy your Disney!

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