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  • On Jan 16, 2014
    Sheri from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi Disney Moms! I'm a seasoned WDW guest, but this summer (last week of June), I'm lucky enough to get to visit DisneyLAND. I only have one day to visit the parks and I'll be without kids. Is it possible to do both parks in one day? Any tips or hints?

    Hey Sheri,

    I'm so excited you get to venture over to our neck of the woods to The Happiest Place on Earth. As a Disney Parks pro, I'm sure you're going to do just fine navigating the Disneyland Resort and are going to love it!
    You probably won't be able to ride all the attractions in both parks in one day; but if you utilize the FASTPASS Service this will optimize your time. If you're staying at a Disneyland Resort Hotel and can utilize the "Extra Magic" hour, that will help also. Start off at Disneyland if that park opens first. Immediately get a FASTPASS for an attraction then head to another attraction and ride. Experience as many attractions at Disneyland Park until Disney California Adventure Park opens then hop over there and get a FASTPASS for Radiator Springs Racers Attraction. Ride some attractions until your return time. Then get another FASTPASS and ride a couple more attractions until the return time. Bounce like Tigger back over to Disneyland Park for more fun adventures.
    Both parks are extremely close, therefore you will see it's easy for you to hop from park to park as needed or if one park closes early.
    I hope this plan helps you have a magical day at the Disneyland Resort.
    ~ Lynette
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Meet the Panelist: Lynette, Utah

I'm a mama, a wife, an artist, a believer in Pixie Dust and I love fashion with a Disney twist. I live Disney every day, quite literally. My family and I live in the real "UP" house replica from the beloved Disney•Pixar film. We are always chasing our dreams by living our family motto, unashamedly borrowed from Walt himself, "Keep Moving Forward." Learn More About Lynette

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