Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 3, 2014
    Tracy from TN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Can we leave and reenter the same theme park through out the day if necessary? For instance, magic hours for walt disney world are from 1am to 3 am. can we leave the park, take a nap, and then return?

    Hello, fellow Tennessean Tracy! Yes, you certainly can! There are many reasons that Guests choose to do this (children that need naps, Guests who want to swim in the heat of the day, etc...), and it is perfectly acceptable. Even if you do not have the Park Hopper option on your tickets, you can still leave a park and return to the same park later the same day.  In fact, you can leave and re-enter the park you have chosen for that day as many times as needed. Your ticket is valid for the park you entered in the morning for the whole day. If you have the Park Hopper option you can switch from one park in the morning to another when you return. Happy planning and have a Magical vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Krista, Tennessee

My husband and I have a 16 year-old daughter and an 14 year-old son and over a decade's worth of Disney traditions and memories. We try new experiences each trip, so we have experienced many "extras" in and out of the parks. Learn More About Krista

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