Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Apr 1, 2010
    Sherri from MI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are driving in to Disney for the day. Our first stop in the morning is BBB at downtown Disney, then to the Magic Kingdom for us and Epcot for the grandparents. What is the best way to get around to these multiple destinations? Park at magic kingdom then

    Hi Sherri!

     I think you are on the right track! While I don't know the details such as when your group plans to reunite in the later part of the day, it's pretty convenient to have the car parked at the Ticket and Transportation Center if your group will be divided between Magic Kingdom and Epcot. The Ticket and Transportation Center is the designated parking area for Magic Kingdom, but you'll find the monorails there which serve Magic Kingdom (and Magic Kingdom Resorts) and Epcot. Once you've completed the BBB experience, you can all drive and park at the T&TC. Grandparents can board the monorail to Epcot, while your group heads to Magic Kingdom by monorail or ferry. (To clarify, the monorail you would use won't be the same as the one the grandparents would, as the monorail does not connect from Magic Kingdom to Epcot) At the end of the day, it will make it easy to know that both parks offer a monorail back to the Ticket and Transportation Center where your group can meet once again.

     Hope this helps!
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