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  • On Dec 2, 2022
    Katherine from LA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    With park hopper tickets, could I start the day at HS, hop to Epcot, then back to HS, and then back to Epcot? Is there a limit how many times you can visit each park per day? Also, can I park hop to Epcot if it's after 9 during Extended Hours?

    Hey there Katherine and welcome to planDisney!

    My goodness, that's one ambitious itinerary you've got planned at the Walt Disney World Resort. I'm going to have to link you up with my friend and fellow panelist Tammy. I may have officially found someone with more energy than her!

    Theoretically, you could start the day at Disney's Hollywood Studios and head to EPCOT when Park Hopping becomes available at 2 PM. You could then hop as many times as travel time and availability allows. The only limit you would need to be concerned about is a park potentially being at capacity for entry. Also note that to take advantage of Extended Evening Theme Park Hours, you'd need to be a Guest at a Deluxe Resort Hotel. Ideally, you should be able to enter EPCOT if it's still within official park hours unless they are at capacity.

    Katherine, I'm wishing you extra pixie dust for what I'm sure will be some very achy feet in your travel party. If you have any other questions, please feel free to come back for another chat.

    Happy planning!

    Taylor
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Meet the Panelist: Taylor, Louisiana

Hey y'all! I'm a Louisiana Royal like Princess Tiana. I'm a musical theatre actress with a love for all things Disney. My multigenerational family can be found in the Disney Parks with a party of 10 or more, including my beloved goddaughter. Careful! She'll run you over on her way to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad! It's going to be a thrill making magic with you. Happy planning y'all! Learn More About Taylor

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