EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Jul 14, 2011
    Janice from TX 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 you use MKRR to travel around the park? For example, from the entrance to Frontierland and then from Frontierland or Adventureland back to the entrance? We are spending Thanksgiving Day in those two areas of the park but have lunch ADR at Tony's.

    Hi Janice,

    Absolutely, the train is a great way to travel around the park.  You can enter/exit the train from the park's entrance as well as Frontierland. It use to have an additional stop at ToonTown near Tomorrowland, but that is now closed because of renovation. 

    Using the train to leave Frontierland and return to Main Street to dine at Tony's is a perfect plan!  Enjoy your lunch there; it is the first place one of my sons requested I make a reservation for on our next trip. Also, make sure and look for Lady's and Tramp's footprints in front of the restaurant.

    Thank you for the question. 
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