Skyliner; Art of Animation
  • On Jun 15, 2024
    Tammy from MO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is there a good place to park to take a skyliner ride? I would like to try the beignets and explore a couple of resorts.

    Hey there Tammy! It's so great to have you back at planDisney! We've been eagerly awaiting your return, you know? I'm absolutely thrilled to hear that you'll be embarking on a magical journey at the Walt Disney World Resort in just a few days. I can't wait to hear all about the enchanting memories you'll be creating with your favorite people!

    I just love the Disney Skyliner; it's definitely the best way to move around and visit the amazing Disney Resorts Collection hotels and their restaurants and arrive at the theme parks in style. If you're not staying at a Resort with direct access to the Skyliner or don't have a dining reservation, there are a couple of options for you.

    The easiest and free option is to park at Disney Springs and then hop on a bus to Disney's Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney's Pop Century Resort, or Disney's Riviera Resort. From any of these Resorts, you can also easily get to Disney's Hollywood Studios or EPCOT soaring through the skies.

    Another option, especially if you want to combine monorail Resorts and Magic Kingdom, is to park at the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC), hop on a monorail to EPCOT, and then catch a Skyliner to the other Resorts and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Just keep in mind that you need to pay to park at the TTC and that the monorail station at EPCOT is on the opposite side of the Disney Skyliner station. So, you'd need a valid ticket to enter the park and walk your way between the two transportation options. But it's not a bad thing to be required to stroll around the World Showcase, right?

    If you find yourself feeling peckish between one Disney Skyliner ride and the next, I highly recommend a delightful pause at Primo Piatto. They offer a variety of delicious options, from quick snacks to casual meals, including sandwiches, breakfast platters, salads, and bakery items. The food there is simply divine, and as an added bonus, you get to enjoy the stunning ambiance of Disney's Riviera Resort.

    I hope this info is helpful. But if you have any other questions, please come back anytime. We're always happy and ready to help out a friend like you!

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Hello from Canada's capital, Ottawa! I'm a devoted husband and a proud father of two energetic boys originally hailing from vibrant Sao Paulo, Brazil. When I'm not working as a marketing director or training to get my pilot's license, I'm deep in plans for our next magical escapade to the Walt Disney World Resort. Learn More About Nilson

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