Kids at Beaches and Cream
  • On Aug 24, 2022
    Shannon from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Does everyone in my party have to go to the same WDW park on the same day?

    Hey there, Shannon, and welcome to planDisney! Thanks for stopping by the panel with your question! Your Walt Disney World vacation will be here before you know it! I know it may seem a bit early, but I totally understand if your vacation bags are already packed and sitting by the door! 

    Shannon, your vacation party is under no obligation to visit the same Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park on the same day. Of course, you can’t drop your toddler off at the Magic Kingdom Park entrance gate and head to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. You’re not getting off that easily! Walt Disney World currently requires that each Guest have valid Theme park Tickets and a Theme Park Reservation to access the parks. So if your party would like to split up for the day, you can make separate Theme Park Reservations for them and their desired Theme Park. When you enter the Disney ParkPasss system, you will have the option to choose which Guests in your party should be included in each Theme Park Reservation. If you do not have access to make reservations for your entire party, each Guest can make their own reservation. Even if your vacation party splits up for the day, it can be nice to pull everyone together over a meal to recap their day. In situations like this, Disney Springs is always my recommendation because there are tons of delicious restaurant options available - you can’t go wrong with Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’!

    I hope this helps, Shannon! If you have more questions while planning your Disney Vacation, stop back by and let me know

    You’ve got a friend in me, 

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Meet the Panelist: Phillip, Alabama

Hi there! I’m Phillip from Alabama and you can consider me your skipper. I love helping families navigate the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney planning is like a trip through a jungle - there may be twists and turns but with a little patience and pixie dust I’m here to help you have the most magical time! Learn More About Phillip

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