• On Feb 17, 2023
    Joyce from WA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Do you think we could do 4 parks in three days? I saw a plan full day Magic, full day Epcot, half day Animal and hop to paid late night Hollywood at 7pm. Would that work or not.

    Hi Joyce,

    Thank you so much for coming to planDisney with your Walt Disney World planning question! I am happy to help you think about how to structure your theme park visits at Walt Disney World.

    I think that the proposal you made could work very well, with a few assumptions. Heading to four theme parks in three days is absolutely doable, but it will require a large amount of energy! There will be a lot of walking and lots of time in theme parks, so be sure that your travel party is prepared for that. If you are traveling with little ones who are used to taking a nap, this plan might exhaust them, and no one wants a cranky little one in a theme park! If you are traveling with older children and adults who are ready for the pace, I say go for it. I would also warn you that it is just not possible to see everything in each theme park in a day or less. If you are going to do this plan, be sure that you work with your traveling party to choose a few attractions that are "must dos" each day, and understand that you will not be able to experience everything that each park has to offer.

    That said, I agree with your plan to do a full day each in Magic Kingdom and EPCOT. Then you have slated Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom as your less-than-full-day theme parks. This is how I would structure visits if I was going to visit four theme parks in three days.

    Additionally, I believe that your plan is to purchase a three-day base ticket for your visits to Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney's Animal Kingdom, and then purchase a ticket for Disney After Hours at Disney's Hollywood Studios to get you into Disney's Hollywood Studios for an evening. This does seem like a great plan to me! The website lists that you would be able to enter Disney's Hollywood Studios at 7:00 p.m. as you mention. I do recommend that you check what dates are available for this event. Currently there are select dates listed through April 19. I do not have information on whether future dates will be offered for this event.

    If you find that adding on that Disney's After Hours at Disney's Hollywood Studio piece is not possible due to your travel dates, you can still head to four theme parks in three days. To do this, you would still purchase your three-day tickets for Walt Disney World, but you would need to add the Park Hopper Option. Once you have done this, you will still need to make a theme park reservation at the first theme park you plan to visit each day. For your plan, that would be one reservation each for Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Then, subject to theme park capacity, you should be able to head over to Disney's Hollywood Studios after 2:00 p.m. one of those days. You can also check the Walt Disney World theme park hours for Park Hopper availability, as this can vary.

    Overall, I think that yes, your plan will work Joyce! You will see so much on this magical trip to Walt Disney World. I would love to help you plan more; however, I am limited in the amount of space that I have to answer. Please do feel free to write back with any further questions!

    ~ Mona Leigh
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Meet the Panelist: Mona Leigh, Maryland

I am a wife and mother who works in children's technology design and research. When I'm not at work or with my family, I'm often planning a Walt Disney World trip for my family or friends. I'm a Disney Vacation Club Member, and am excited to help you plan your Disney vacation!  Learn More About Mona Leigh

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