Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
This March, I will be taking my 27 month old to Disney World for the first time. We will be staying at the Beach Club resort. What is the general line up/wait time for the bus to the MK and to Epcot? What should we absolutely do in the three days?
- - Asked by David from Ontario on 1/29/2014
- Hello David!
It sounds like you have a an exciting trip planned for you and your tot! The Disney buses typically run about every 20 minutes or so. Your actual commute time to Magic Kingdom Park should be around 15-20 minutes as well. This should help you gauge your schedule for the day. To get to Epcot Theme Park, I suggest you walk to the International Gateway Entrance. From the Beach Club, it's only a 5 minute walk. If you prefer, you can also hop a boat from the dock. However, the journey will take around 20 minutes or so due to the route it takes.
Since you have 3 days, I would absolutely recommend that you spend at least one full day in Magic Kingdom Park, perhaps even more than that. My other park recommendations for a toddler would be Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park and Disney's Hollywood Studios. In addition to the animals and exploration opportunities at Animal Kingdom, you can't miss Finding Nemo - The Musical. At Hollywood Studios, young ones adore Disney Junior - Live on Stage, and Toy Story Mania! Take a look at all the parks have to offer to help with your decisions. I am certain you will have a memorable time at Walt Disney World.
I wish you a truly magical vacation!
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