Epcot and monorail at night
  • On Mar 31, 2021
    Kathy from TN Asked

    Hello! Can I start the day at 1 park, then park hop to a 2nd park, then go back to the park I started at, on the same day? Thanks!

    Hiya, Kathy. Thanks for hopping on in with your question about, well, hopping between theme parks!

    The current health and safety guidelines require that Guests have both valid theme park admission as well as a theme park reservation. Those Guests who opt to add the Park Hopper Option do indeed have the flexibility to visit multiple theme parks in a single day. There are some guidelines I want to be sure you’re aware of.

    1. You’ll need to first visit the theme park where you hold a reservation.
    2. Then, after 2pm, you can visit a second theme park, as long as that park has not reached capacity. No reservation is required for the second or subsequent parks.
    3. You will be admitted to the theme park where you hold a reservation when you return later in the day, even if that park is no longer accepting park hopping guests. Your reservation serves sort of like a placeholder for you. 

    I hope that clears things up for you, Kathy. Once your vacation dates roll around, go ahead and get your hop on!
     
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