Epcot Monorail around Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 23, 2021
    Victoria from NY Asked

    With a 1 day park hopper plus pass can I revisit the same park that day? And is it true I only need reservations for the first park?

    Hey there, Victoria. We're so glad that you’re planning at trip to Walt Disney World! Thanks for allowing us to answer all of your questions so that you are properly prepared for an amazing vacation.

    The current health and safety guidelines in place for Walt Disney World require that Guests have both valid theme park tickets and a theme park reservation. Those Guests who have added the Park Hopper Option have the flexibility to visit two or more theme parks on the same day. To do so, the Guest must first visit the theme park where he or she holds a theme park reservation. And then, after 2pm, that Guest may visit a second (different) theme park, as long as capacity has not been reached at the second park. At this time, a reservation is not required for the second theme park. 

    If you plan to visit for just one day, and don’t intent to visit more than one park, you do not need to add the Park Hopper Option to your tickets, Victoria. Guests with a theme park reservation are permitted to exit the park and re-enter later in the same day. A lot of Guests arrive early and then leave the park for a mid-day break before returning later in the afternoon or evening. Your reservation allows you to come and go at your leisure; your admittance and re-entry is guaranteed!

    I hope that clears things up for you, Victoria!
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