One of the best ways to make Walt Disney World extra magical is by dedicating an entire week to it. Having seven days to spend in Walt Disney World will allow you to check out all of the parks and attractions in style without having to rush.
Staying for a longer time also allows you to make better use of the Magic Your Way ticket, as this ticket will not allow you to visit more than one part per person per day. However, if you have seven whole days to spend at Walt Disney World, the addition of a Park Hopper purchase will not be necessary.
However, remember that the Magic Your Way ticket only applies to entrance to parks. If you are considering visiting some of Walt Disney World water parks, make sure that you look into purchasing the Waterpark Fun & More addition. This will allow you to spend one of your seven days at a Walt Disney World waterpark in addition to the four major parks in Walt Disney World itself.
Also keep in mind that there are many ways to get discounts on Walt Disney World tickets. For example, children have lower admittance rates than adults do. Additionally, if you happen to have served in the military, there are specialty discounts available for this. Even better, if you have a AAA membership, this can also result in a lot of money saved. Do your research, and you might be surprised at how cheap purchasing tickets to Walt Disney World can be.
It is very important to be able to plan your trip at the park as well as planning to arrive at Walt Disney World. Make sure that you have an itinerary and hand. In order to help you with this process, we have outlined a sample seven-day itinerary below:
- Day 1. No matter are who you are, you must start your Walt Disney World vacation at The Magic Kingdom. Enjoy an iconic walk around Cinderella Castle as well as taking pictures and eating food at Main Street USA!
- Day 2. Heading over to Epcot will definitely make day to memorable. Make sure that you take the time to see the World Showcase which will take you around the world faster than you ever thought possible!
- Day 3. Head to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to get an up close and personal look about the creation and production of movies and animation. Remember to see Muppets 3-D, one of the park’s most popular attractions!
- Day 4. Get wild and visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This park allows you a unique and up-close experience with animals that you will not get at any other zoo! If you’re looking for personalized experience, consider taking the Wild Africa Trek tour.
- Day 5. Head back to the Magic Kingdom to revisit your favorite parts and explore other areas that you have not seen yet. If you have not ridden It’s a Small World, now is the time!
- Day 6. Back in Epcot, you can explore the stores and experience the innovations in Future World.
- Day 7. In Disney’s Hollywood Studios make sure that you have seen the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular. Spend the rest of the time enjoying the architecture and the feel of walking around the movie studio.