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  • On Sep 5, 2021
    Dylan from CA Asked

    When you park hop at 1 using your magic key pass, can you come back to the other park you park hopped from?

    Hi there Dylan, 

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for reaching out to us with your question about Park Hopping.  I am so excited to hear that you have already become part of the Disneyland Resort Magic Key Program, now you are able to enjoy even more Disney magic all year long! 

    Guests who have have the Park Hopper Option are free to "hop" over to the other Theme Park and back to the original Theme Park provided there are no capacity limitations.  I like heading outside of the Theme Parks to the Downtown Disney District for some lunch prior to heading back into a park, with a quick stop at World of Disney along the way.  

    Be sure to check out all of the benefits available to Magic Key Holders prior to your first visit.  The Magic Key Terrace looks like so much fun, and be sure to use the Magic Key Portal on the Disneyland Mobile App

    I hope you have a wonderful year of Disney magic and "Park Hop 'Till you Drop", Dylan.  If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to come back and visit us again at planDisney.  We are always happy to help. 

    ~Stephanie
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Meet the Panelist: Stephanie, Ontario

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