• On Apr 16, 2013
    Carrie Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    At Disney 18th-26th. 18th pool day, 19th HS, 20th Beach day, 21st Animal Kingdom/Epcot, 22nd MK, 23rd Epcot, 24th Sea World/Downtown Disney, 25th Water park/MK and the 26th left open to go back in a park before we leave. Does this look planned out well?


    I love itinerary planning!

    Without knowing the makeup of your party, it is hard to be 100% sure. You certainly seem to be hitting a lot of the parks and area entertainment. 

    I do think you will find that you need more time at the Magic Kingdom.The popularity of the New Fantasyland has made for some longer lines after the first couple of hours the park is open. So a return on the 26th should make for a chance to get back into whatever was going to take too long on the 25th or 22nd. 

    One other note about the 25th. The Magic Kingdom has morning Extra Magic Hours that day, on what should be a lighter crowd day. Any chance you can go to the park, then do an afternoon at the water park, returning for a fun evening back at the Magic Kingdom? Admittedly it is a lot of back and forth, but you would get more time in the park.

    BOTTOM LINE: I can't see a thing I would change, and I do like that you leave a day to be a bit spontaneous in your trip!

    Write me back if you have more specific questions!

    Have a magical vacation!
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