• On Apr 28, 2021
    Kathleen from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Are there in and out privileges at all the Disney parks?

    Welcome, Kathleen! Coming and going from the Disney Parks is a great planning strategy!

    Guests visiting the Disney Parks must have both a valid theme park admission ticket and a Disney Park Pass reservation for the park they wish to visit on a specific day. As long as Guests have secured both, they may enter, exit, and then re-enter the same park for which they have a reservation! We often take advantage of this benefit by beginning our Disney-day at park opening time, experience several attractions, and then return to our resort for an afternoon break by the resort pool! We then head back to the park until closing time! Of course, as a Guest of a hotel in the Disney Resorts Collection, we are able to use complimentary transportation!

    If Guests wish to visit more than one Disney Park in a single day, then they must also have a Park Hopper ticket. Guests with Park Hopper tickets can visit one park in the morning and/or afternoon and can then attend a second park beginning at 2:00 PM through closing time for that specific park! Guests with Park Hopper tickets only need a Disney Park Pass reservation for the park they visit first. There is no need to make a reservation for the park to which you will hop!

    Have a magical visit to the Disney Parks this summer!

    Hakuna Matata!  Jonathan
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Meet the Panelist: Jonathan, Pennsylvania

Hi, everyone!  My name is Jonathan.  I am a Disney-adoring husband, dad of three sons, and elementary school principal from Pennsylvania.  If you're visiting planDisney with questions about the Most Magical Place on Earth, then Hakuna Matata because you've come to the right group of people!  I'm happy to use my past Disney-travel experiences and knowledge to help you enjoy every moment of your vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort! Learn More About Jonathan

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