The 10 Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration ticket is the ultimately pass to Walt Disney World. With no limitations on which parks one can visit, how many of them one can visit in one day, or even whether one visits them consecutively or chooses to split the ten days over a period of time, it’s the most comprehensive ticket Disney has to offer.
With so much to do and so much time to do it, planning it all can be overwhelming. Here’s a sample itinerary to help you start planning:
Day 1: Visit the Magic Kingdom. Experience all of the favorites that can be found here. Be sure to take in one of the parades and stay to see Tinker Bell take her flight in the Wishes Nighttime Spectacular.
Day 2: Spend the morning at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Be sure to take in the animal attractions first before enjoying everything else the Animal Kingdom has to offer. In the evening, have dinner and do some souvenir shopping in Downtown Disney before spending some time at Disneyquest.
Day 3: Start off at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Whether you’re a thrill seeker or someone who prefers a slower pace, you’re sure to be enchanted by the old Hollywood feel of this park. If you’re feeling like Hollywood Royalty after a few hours in the park, dine at The Hollywood Brown Derby. In the evening, start working your way around the World Showcase at Epcot. Take in Illuminations.
Day 4: Go back to Epcot. Finish up World Showcase. Have a late lunch at one of the World Showcase restaurants and then move into Future World and spend the day exploring what tomorrow might hold for our world.
Day 5: Choose one of Disney’s two waterparks and spend the morning there. In the later afternoon or early evening, head back over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Have dinner before experiencing those attractions to which you didn’t get the other day and closing out the night with Fantasmic.
Day 6: Check the ESPN Wide World of Sports schedule to see what sporting events or tournaments might be taking place or head back to Disney’s Animal Kingdom to take in any attractions you missed before or do some of your favorites again.
Day 7: Go to whichever waterpark you didn’t experience before and spend a lazy day. This is also a great day for a round of golf, if you can get a tee time. In the evening have dinner at one of the Disney resorts before taking in the nighttime show of your choice.
Day 8: Choose one park or park hop as you spend today playing catch up and experiencing those attractions that you haven’t yet gotten to experience.
Days 9-10: Pick your favorite parks and revisit or spend these days parking hopping and enjoying all of your favorite attractions one more time. Don’t forget to do some souvenir shopping! If you’re not absolutely exhausted at the end of both of these days, be sure to take in a Cirque du Soleil show or take in the nightlife on Pleasure Island.