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  • On Apr 13, 2022
    Md raihan from WV Asked

    We plan to visit 4 Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdon, Epcot, Hollywood Studio, Animal Kingdom) for days starting July 23rd. We plan to visit each park for two days. Please share how should we pick the parks for each day (sequence of selection)

    Hey there, Md Raihan, and welcome to planDisney! Thanks for dropping by with your question!

    When you purchase 8-day Theme Park Tickets, you get 12 days to use your park days. My strategy for the Theme Parks is to visit as many as possible during the week and make weekends rest days. On the weekends, we like to spend time exploring our Disney Resort Collection hotel while the Central Florida locals and weekend visitors head into the parks. 

    Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park is my favorite park and our favorite way to start our Disney trips! In my opinion, it’s a great way to start your Disney Vacation since the place of the park is a little slower. I recommend grabbing an Individual Lightning Lane for Avatar Flight of Passage to save some time waiting in queues and then grabbing a late lunch at Nomad Lounge. My absolute favorite snack across all 4 parks are the Seasoned Fries from Mr. Kamal’s!

    My next choice would be Magic Kingdom Park. I think this is the park where it is most important that you visit on the weekday if you can swing it. Many people come to Walt Disney World and only visit Magic Kingdom, so if you can visit when the crowds are lower it makes more of a difference in this park.

    EPCOT is a more chill park and often has a slower pace than the others. That makes it the perfect park to visit on Day 3 and spend some time enjoying all of the amazing snacks and drinks of the International Food and Wine Festival. And Disney's Hollywood Studios is the perfect pick-me-up to close out the first round of theme park visits. This is another park where I think it’s important to utilize Genie+ and Individual Lightning Lanes and maximize your time in the park.

    And if you have time in your schedule, I recommend taking a rest day - or two - in between your second round of park visits. For your second round of park visits, I recommend revisiting the Theme Parks in this order: EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, then Magic Kingdom Park. It’s always fun to end your Disney Visit with the original Magic Kingdom Park. Be sure to make Disney Park Pass Reservations for each day you plan to visit the Theme Parks. 

    I hope this helps, Md Raihan! If you have more questions while planning your Disney Vacation, come back by and ask me. After all, you’ve got a friend in me!

    To Infinity and Beyond, 

    PG
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