• On Oct 10, 2016
    Amanda from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I was wondering if you could leave the park and come back ? We have a 2 year old and I'm nervous she won't last all day/night

    Hey there, Amanda!

    You aren't the only one who has a toddler who can't make it through a day of magic and excitement! Sometimes, I can't make it an entire day without a nap at some point! 

    One of the most wonderful things about Disney, is that Disney allows for guests to exit and re-enter the parks as many times as needed during the day! 

    If you have a single park ticket, meaning no Park Hopper Pass, you can exit and enter the same park, during the same say as many times as you need to. So, if you want to go back to your resort and take a nap, lounge in pool, have a midday meal at Disney Springs, you are more than welcome to do so! 

    So when your little one needs to take a break from the magic, feel free to take them back to the resort for as long as you need!

    Wishing you magic and memories!

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Meet the Panelist: Korliss, Alabama

My love for all things Disney developed at the age of three from my parents. Today, my Prince, Princess, husband, and extended family share my passion for Walt Disney World too. I am excited to share my passion with you, as I help you plan your next Disney vacation.  Learn More About Korliss

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