Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On May 16, 2009
    Jessica from LA 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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    Hi, New to WDW. Resv for b & d, but I have no idea how to split my time at the parks. 6/26 d-castle, 6/27 b-cape may d-sci fi, 6/28 b-1900 pf d-garden grill, 6/29 b-Ohana d-Coral R, 6/30 b-cry pal d-sp of aloha, 7/1 b-c mick d-ohana, 7/2 b-tus ho d-ya

    Hi Jessica!

    Your question got cut off so I will try to help you as best as I can! Please ask any further questions you may still have.

    I always try to visit the parks closest to where I have my meals planned in order to make the most of my time and energy.

    Based on your dining reservations, this is what I would do. This is assuming that you have the park hopper on your tickets.

    6/26 - Magic Kingdom
    6/27 - Walk to Epcot after breakfast and then boat to Hollywood Studios in the afternoon.
    6/28 - Magic Kingdom* in the morning and then monorail to Epcot in the afternoon/early evening.
    6/29 - Hollywood Studios in the morning and then boat to Epcot for dinner.
    6/30 - Magic Kingdom
    7/1 - Epcot*
    7/2 - Animal Kingdom

    On days with an * you could always just spend time at your resort pool, visit Downtown Disney, one of the water parks or miniature golf. What park you go to on each day will really depend on how much you want to see and do in each park. I would suggest looking at the website and making a list of what attractions are absolute "Must Dos" in each park. Then you will have a pretty good idea of how much time you should allocate per park.

    If you do not have park hoppers you will obviously have to visit the park in which you have dining reservations.

    I hope this was helpful! Have fun finalizing your plans!

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My name is Amber and I’m a stay-at-home mom from southwestern Pennsylvania. Planning my family’s Disney vacations is always so much fun. I love spreading the magic by getting others excited for their trips.
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