Epcot and monorail at night
  • On Apr 25, 2023
    Gulden from DC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Our family (2 adults and 2 kids: 5, 8) is planning to come in 20s of May 2023 to Orlando for 2-3 days. What tickets do we need so we can visit all parks and waterparks? I am not sure about ticket passes for 2 or 3 days. Thanks!

    Hi Gulden! Welcome to planDisney!

    Thanks for stopping by with this great question. Trying to decide on a ticket package that makes the most sense for your family is a big part of the planning process. Luckily, Walt Disney World offers many ticket types that will be perfect for what you want to accomplish during your stay. 

    Since the Walt Disney World Resort consists of multiple theme parks and water parks, you'll need at least a few days to try and do it all. Your best option will be to purchase a 2-day or 3-day park ticket with the Park Hopper Plus Option added. Each of these options will allow you access to all four theme parks and water parks during your stay. The Park Hopper Option allows you to visit multiple theme parks on the same day. Starting at 2 PM, you'll be able to hop to a different theme park to try and experience it all. Here's a sample itinerary to show you how to fit it all in. 

    • Day One: Make a theme park reservation to the Magic Kingdom and hop to EPCOT anytime after 2 PM.
    • Day Two: Spend a day at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and a round of miniature golf at Fantasia Gardens.
    • Day Three: Make a theme park reservation to Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park and hop to Disney's Hollywood Studios starting at 2 PM.
    • Bonus: If you go with a 3-day park ticket, add a visit to one of the theme parks in the evening on Day Two to catch one of the nighttime spectaculars!

    Park tickets can be purchased directly on the Walt Disney World website. Once you finalize your purchase, you'll receive a Ticket ID Code that you can use to link your tickets to your My Disney Experience account. Once linked, you'll be able to make park reservations to the parks you want to visit first each day. Park reservations are not required for the parks you hop over to or for entry into the water park.

    Gulden, I hope this information helps you plan for your upcoming visit! Stop back and see us again at planDisney for help with any other planning questions.

    See ya real soon!

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Meet the Panelist: Greg, South Carolina

Hello friends! Greg here from Charleston, SC. I am a Disney-loving husband and dad to two wonderful daughters. Walt Disney World Resort offers everything you want in a vacation and touches all the senses. From the sights to sounds and even the smells, there is something for everyone to enjoy! When our family is not riding "it’s a small world" or going on a Journey Into Imagination With Figment, we are readily planning our next Walt Disney World Resort vacation. Learn More About Greg

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