The Magic Your Way with a Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration option ticket gives guests the most flexibility to experience Walt Disney World in whatever manner or combination they choose.
Guests may visit one or all of the Disney parks on the same day as well as the two Disney water parks, Disneyquest, Oak Trail Golf Course, and the ESP Wide World of Sports. The best part is that with no expiration, you can visit for four days in a row or split your time however you want. Here are a few recommendations to help you get started:
Day 1: Experience classic Disney at The Magic Kingdom. Ride Space Mountain and Splash Mountain. See the Country Bear Jamboree. Take in such Disney classics as the Haunted Mansion, Big Thunder Mountain, The Pirates of the Caribbean, It’s a Small World, and Peter Pan’s Flight. Don’t forget to explore the newly expanded parts of Fantasyland.
Day 2: Start the day off at one of Disney’s waterparks. Typhoon Lagoon is a great way to enjoy a host of amazing water slides in a relaxing, tropical island atmosphere. Thrill lovers can also swim with sharks, ride the waves in the wave pool, or take a plunge down the Humunga Kowabunga. For those with a need for speed, Blizzard Beach is a ski resort themed water park that features racing slides on which riders compete for the best time. There is also a ski lift, a lazy river, and plenty of water slides, including the Summit Plummit to keep one busy. In the afternoon, why not head over to Epcot and enjoy Future World?
Day 3: The morning is the best time to visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The sun hasn’t gotten too hot to force the animals to find shade yet and they’ve just been fed and are ready to meet all of their new visitors for the day. If you have time after you see the animals, experience a few of the Animal Kingdom’s attractions. In the afternoon, head over Disney’s Hollywood Studios Theme park for some thrills and a taste of what it’s like to be part of the movies. Thrill lovers will love the Rockin’ Roller Coaster, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Star Tours.
Day 4: Head back to Epcot to experience the World Showcase. Spend the day experiencing the food, culture, and shopping of eleven different countries. Be sure to dine in one of World Showcase’s many fantastic restaurants that each specialize in the cuisine of the country in which they’re located. Stay for Illuminations, Epcot’s nightly show that takes place on and around World Showcase Lagoon.