A 7 Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration pass gives guests a full week to experience Walt Disney World along with all the flexibility that allows them to visit multiple parks in a single day as well as the added feature that includes admission to Disney’s waterparks, ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disneyquest, and the Oak Trail Golf Course. The best part is that with no expiration, if seven days all at once seems like too much, you can split up your time however you want because it does not expire.
With so many possibilities and options, it can be hard to decide what to do at Walt Disney World and when. Here are a few recommendations:
Day 1: Start off at the Magic Kingdom. This is Walt Disney World’s anchor park and the centerpiece of the resort. The Magic Kingdom is home to all of the perennial classic attractions at Walt Disney World. Also at The Magic Kingdom is a newly expanded Fantasyland that is opening in phases throughout 2012. With so much to do, it’s easy to spend an entire day at the Magic Kingdom.
Day 2: Start off the day at Disney’s Blizzard Beach. Take a plunge down Plummit Summit or lounge in an inner tube as you float around the park in Meltaway Bay. Then experience all of the great waterslides that Blizzard Beach has to offer. In the evening, head over to Epcot and begin making your way around World Showcase Lagoon. Pick your favorite of the eleven nations and dine there. At the end of the evening, take in Illuminations.
Day 3: Head over to Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Focus on the animal attractions in the morning, before the animals start disappearing into more shaded areas. In the afternoon make your way around the park taking in the many rides and attractions. In the evening, head over to Downtown Disney and enjoy the interactive attractions of Disneyquest.
Day 4: Spend the morning in Future World at Epcot. Crowd favorites are Test Track and Soarin’ but there are dozens of other fun attractions to see and experience that it’s easy to spend the better part of a day here. In the evening, head back to World Showcase to visit those pavilions you didn’t have time to see before.
Day 5: Start off at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Theme Park. Of all of the Disney parks, this one offers the most for thrill lovers with the triple threat of Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Roller Coaster, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Star Tours. But there’s plenty here to occupy an entire day. In the evening, enjoy Fantasmic, a nightly show that is part laser show, part live action, part pyrotechnics.
Day 6: Pick one of your favorite parks and return for the morning. Experience your favorites or a second time or catch up on those attractions you missed. In the afternoon, head over to Typhoon Lagoon and lounge in the sun before swimming with sharks and taking on the water slides. Check the ESPN Wide World of Sports schedule to see if any events are happening there. If so, make it a sports night!
Day 7: Pick one of your favorite parks and return or spend the day park hopping while enjoying all of your favorites again.