• On Jun 26, 2021
    Lisa from KY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are wanting to visit animal kingdom and Epcot on September 20 We are also looking to stay onsite 2 rooms with 4 adults 2 children ages 10 & 12. Is this possible

    Hi Lisa! 

    With a Park Hopper, visiting two parks in a day is quite possible. Once my daughters and I hopped to all four theme parks in one day! You will want to book your Park Pass Reservation for Disney's Animal Kingdom since it opens earlier than Epcot. In the afternoon, head over to Epcot for more excitement.

    Be sure to explore Animal Kingdom's Pandora, a fantastical land full of delights. Kilimanjaro Safaris gives you an up close look at giraffes, hippos, and other African animals. If you love thrill rides, check out Expedition Everest.

    Making dinning reservations for dinner at one of Epcot's World Showcase table service restaurants will give your group a much needed break during your full-on day. Sitting down in the air conditioning while a server brings you as much ice tea as you desire will revive you for an Epcot evening.

    Disney's Resort Hotels offer SO many choices. From deluxe accommodations to value resorts, you can pick two rooms to fit your group's needs. You may request adjoining rooms and Disney will do its best to grant your wish.


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