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  • On Jun 6, 2009
    Sirenya Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Wanted ur opinion on my plans. Arrive 9/14-noon-MK, 15-MK,CRT lunch, Chef M 5pm, then Epcot, 16-Epcot, Tep-din, 17-DS, Hw&v lun, 18-AK, then DS-Sci-fi 6pm, 19-MK b4 leaving at 3pm. Don't want to see Fant. but ride after dinner on 18. More time at MK- D


    I like your overall plans. I think you get a nice balance between seeing all four parks, but giving the Magic Kingdom a bit more time.

    The only suggestion that I have for you is to take greater advantage of the Extra Magic Hours. You might have seen me dispensing advice recently about avoiding morning Extra Magic Hours. But I was probably talking to someone visiting during a busy time of the year. September traditionally has lighter crowds. The free dining plan has certainly increased crowd sizes a bit, but this is still a lighter crowd size time of the year. Here are the parks on Extra Magic Hours during your visit;

    14th - AM: Animal Kingdom / PM: Hollywood Studios
    15th - AM: Epcot
    16th - PM: Animal Kingdom
    17th - AM: Magic Kingdom
    18th - PM: Epcot
    19th - AM: Hollywood Studios

    Now I would not want to change your opening day or departing day plans to be at the Magic Kingdom, even though other parks have Extra Magic Hours then. You might just consider switching your middle days around to enjoy some of this extra park time.

    Have a magical vacation!
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