• On Jun 5, 2017
    Janis from NY 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.

    We're staying outside of WDW & have 3 day 3 park tix for group of 8. How do we travel between a particular park & the locations for dinner reservations such as Spirit of Aloha & Hoop de Do Review? (We will not have park hopper tickets)

    Welcome, Janis! Your vacation sounds wonderful! I'm also really glad to hear that besides the fabulous parks at the Walt Disney World Resort, you'll also be dining at some of the beautiful Disney Resorts, even if you aren't staying there. That's a great way to check out the resorts just in case you want to book reservations there in the future, and even if not, the shows are simply fabulous that you're going to see!

    It's super easy to get around the Walt Disney World Resort. You'll just take the resort transportation from whichever park you're visiting to that resort. If you're at Epcot or Magic Kingdom before the Spirit of Aloha dinner show at the Polynesian Resort, you can hop on a monorail (transferring from the Epcot Monorail to the Resort Monorail at the Ticketing and Transportation Center), or from Magic Kingdom, just take the Resort Monorail (or even the water ferry). From Animal Kingdom or Hollywood Studios, take the resort bus to the Polynesian.

    The Hoop De Do Musical Review is one of the most popular shows. You'll be laughing, singing and possibly participating on stage too! My family and I are excited for our next trip when we'll be enjoying this super fun experience again this fall! You're going to love it and want to go back every time you visit Walt Disney World! From Magic Kingdom, just hop on the ferry boat to Fort Wilderness. From other parks, you can hop on the resort bus to Fort Wilderness. Once there, take the internal buses that go around Fort Wilderness to get to Pioneer Hall where the dinner show takes place. It can take awhile, so I recommend that you plan an hour or an hour and a half to be safe to arrive there from one of the parks.

    Have such fun at these magical dinner shows, Janis!
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