• On Sep 29, 2018
    Danielle from NY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have hopper plus passes for 4 days. Can you guide us in good combos between the parks (aka which is best for AM and which is best for PM)? Also, which parks are easiest to transport between if we are parking in the main lot?

    Hi Danielle!

    Let me start off by saying that no matter when you visit any of the parks at the Walt Disney World Resort, you are going to have a uniquely magical experience!  That being said, I do have some suggestions based on my personal preferences that you may find helpful!

    I highly recommend spending an entire day at Magic Kingdom Park, especially since there is so much pixie dust to experience there!  That being said, if you want, you can take the Monorail back to the Transportation and Ticket Center, and then hop on the Epcot Monorail to head over to Epcot.

    We tend to enjoy Epcot more in the evenings because we can explore the World Showcase and taste foods from around the world, then go back to the room and relax!  You can also take the Water Transportation from Epcot to Disney's Hollywood Studios and back again.

    Disney's Hollywood Studios is fun no matter the time of day, and it does come alive at night, but I love exploring Toy Story Land during the day so that you can really see all of the incredible details!  Personally, I like spending the morning at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and then heading over to Epcot for the evening.

    Disney's Animal Kingdom is a park that I highly recommend visiting in the morning and in the evening.  You will want to visit during the day before many of the animals go to sleep, but other parts of the park are so overwhelmingly gorgeous at night that it is a can't-miss for us!  That being said, we usually split this over a couple of days and spend some time in another park or parks on those days too.

    There is really no bad combination, as long as you give yourself time to soak up the magic!  Just remember, if traveling between parks, make sure you are aware of the transportation hours of operation so you can get back to your car!

    Have a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow!
    -Lindsey N.
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hi y’all!  I am an Army wife, a college instructor, a dog-mom, and a lover of all things Disney!  Planning a Disney vacation is my favorite pastime—other than actually going on a Disney vacation, of course—and I love helping others make the most of their magical trip!  If I am not at the Walt Disney World Resort, I am putting the pixie-dusted touches on my next trip!  

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