Animal Kingdom Safari
  • On Mar 8, 2022
    Keshia from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hey if you bought a one day ticket can you go that morning and leave and come back that night to the same park


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    Yes, if you have a theme park reservation via the Disney Park Pass system, you can go in a park in the morning, leave, and then return to that same park later in the day. That reservation reserves the park for you for the day, and you don't have to worry about getting back in. It is also alright if you choose to start your park visit later in the day. 

    On our family vacations, almost every day we will return from a morning in the parks to our resort for some pool time. We will do that, or we may choose to visit Disney Springs for some retail therapy, head off for some resort hopping, or schedule a spa appointment for some true relaxation! Then we will be back in the parks at night for dinner, fireworks, and a few more rides. The real key here is to remember that your vacation is supposed to be relaxing, and taking a midday break from the theme parks can give you the energy to get through the rest of the day, and the rest of the trip.

    If you would prefer not to leave the park, but need to give a young child some cool down time, remember that there are Baby Care Centers in each of the theme parks. These complimentary venues have changing tables, rooms for nursing, and a lounge area with couches and a TV tuned to Disney Junior. It can be the best place for a toddler to reset for the day.

    Have a Magical Vacation!


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