Bambi Topiary at Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
  • On Apr 6, 2022
    Paige from ME Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am traveling to Orlando in June. We wanted to go to Epcot in the day and hop to Magic Kingdom to catch the fireworks show in the evening. Do you think there would be an issue with the capacity at Magic Kingdom that would keep us from "hopping?"

    Greetings, Paige!

    Thank you so much for stopping by planDisney with your important question. Wow! Can you believe that you will be celebrating Disney’s 50th Anniversary in just a few short months?

    Early summer is a great time of year to visit. Not only will you be able to enjoy the World’s Most Magical Celebration, but EPCOT’s International Flower and Garden Festival will still be in full bloom. I have been a fan of Disney topiaries since my teen years. They are truly amazing pieces of creative landscaping.

    I am happy to see that you have planned to spend part of your day in EPCOT to take in the festival. Be sure to stop by some of the Outdoor Kitchens for their limited-time offerings. I can almost taste the grilled street corn offered at Flavor Full Kitchen near Imagination! and Refreshment Port.

    Guests with the Park Hopper Option can hop to another park after 2:00 PM. Having this ticket option would allow you to into the Magic Kingdom as long as there is availability. During this phased reopening of all theme parks, it is difficult to predict the crowd levels at this time. If there are still park reservations available on the day of your visit, you should have no trouble getting in to see Disney Enchantment. This is a new nighttime spectacular created just for the 50th Anniversary, so you do not want to miss it during its limited run.

    Park Hopping availability could become temporarily paused if a park reaches capacity. If this happens, you would receive a push notification in the My Disney Experience mobile app. This is a rare happening, but it’s always a possibility. If you are unable to get into the Magic Kingdom, I recommend taking the monorail to Disney’s Contemporary Resort and watching the show from the observation area located just off the Grand Canyon Concourse. This view boasts a breathtaking view of Tomorrowland and Cinderella Castle and what I consider to be the best view outside of the Magic Kingdom.

    See ya real soon,
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Meet the Panelist: Andrea, Ohio

Hi there, I am Andrea from the Buckeye State. A very proud mom to my princess who is a former Miss Ohio. Friends and family describe me as a "Disney Nerd" and Star Wars fangirl. I have made 30 trips and counting to the Walt Disney World Resort in all stages of life since 1972 as a small child, a young mom with a toddler and now as an empty nester. The love of vacation planning runs strong in my family. My uncle had it, I have it and with my help, you will have it too. Learn More About Andrea

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