• On Mar 11, 2017
    Maria alice from PE Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If we stay at any of Disney's Resorts can I come and go to the same park on the same day? I mean: we go in the morning, my daughter gets tired so we had back to the hotel and later on we return to the same park. Or should I have the park hopper ticket?

    Hi Maria Alice! Traveling with younger children can be stressful but at Walt Disney World they will help make your vacation as magical as possible.

    You can definitely come and go from the theme park you enter at Walt Disney World. Children need naps and many guests return to their resorts so the younger ones can have a rest and be ready to head back to parks in the evenings to enjoy fireworks and shorter lines. Many families take the warm part of mid day to also go back and enjoy swimming in the resort pool.

    When deciding on what kind of Disney Park Tickets you will see many options. Only purchase the Park Hopper option if you want to go to more then one park during the same day. If you just want to come and go from the same park you do not need a Park Hopper addition to your ticket. The Park Hopper option is great for families who wish to explore one park and then maybe "hop" over to another for dining or a night time show. These guests tend to be ones with older children who don't mind spending time in transit from one place to another.

    Families with younger children often like to stick to one park a day as that seems to be less tiring for the children. Decide which option is best for you but in any case I know you will have a great time and make many magical memories!
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