• On Jan 12, 2022
    James from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can you visit more than one park in one day?

    Hi James, and welcome to planDisney!

    I love having choices when I vacation at Walt Disney World Resort, and I am so happy they offer options because no two vacations are alike. Want to stay on property? Done! Want to use the available Disney Bus Transportation as opposed to renting a car? Done! Want to visit more than one theme park within a day? Done!

    A few things to remember:
    * Make sure your theme park tickets are linked to your My Disney Experience account.
    * Make your theme park reservations for each day of your visit and check the availability of the theme parks by choosing your date, and then it will list which theme parks have availability for that day. 
    * Before you complete the purchase of your theme park tickets, be sure to add the park hopper option.

    Once you arrive at your reserved theme park for the day, you will be able to visit another theme park starting at 2 PM each day.

    Please let us know if you have additional questions; we are here to help.

    Have a magical time!

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Meet the Panelist: Raquel, Texas

As a mom of two children 6 years apart in age, it takes some creative planning to give each child a memorable Disney experience. Adding in a sprinkle of surprise pixie dust makes each vacation special for everyone.
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