The 10 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration is for those guests who really do want to do it all! With this pass, guests may visit one of Disney’s four theme parks per day or one of Disney’s two waterparks, ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, Disneyquest, or Oak Trail Golf Course.
Ten days is certainly enough for maximum fun. Without an expiration date, you can either use your ten days all at once or, if you need a break, split them up however you want. There are so many possible combinations that it’s impossible to even imagine them all. Here is a suggested itinerary, however, to help you get started:
Day 1: The Magic Kingdom inevitably draws almost every guest first. This is the park that holds the mystique of Disney as it was when Walt was around and sets the pace for what the remainder of Walt Disney World has to offer. Can’t miss attractions here include Space Mountain and Splash Mountain.
Day 2: Epcot is always a nice follow up to a day at The Magic Kingdom because the two parks represent two different Disney Extremes. The Magic Kingdom is dream and fantasy themed whereas Epcot explores the possibilities for our real world. Future World imagines the world of tomorrow. Can’s miss attractions here include Test Track and Soarin’. World Showcase makes it possible to go around the world in a day by visiting each of the eleven countries around the World Showcase Lagoon.
Day 3: It’s time to visit a waterpark. If you’re in the mood for a lazy, laid back island vacation, then Typhoon Lagoon is the place you want to go. Plenty of shade, lots of lounge chairs, and sandy alcoves make it really easy to relax at Typhoon Lagoon. But don’t forget about the waterslides! There are plenty of them. You can also swim with sharks if you’re feeling brave.
Day 4: Spend the day at Downtown Disney. Visit Disneyquest and learn how to draw your favorite Disney character. Design a roller coaster, and experience one of the many interactive and virtual games here. Wind down your day with dinner at The Rainforest Café, a Cirque du Soleil show, or at Pleasure Island.
Day 5: This might be a good day for Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Star Tours, Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Roller Coaster, and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror are not to be missed for thrill seekers. If you prefer a more relaxed pace, ride the studio backlot tour.
Day 6: Spend the day with the animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park. Thrill seekers will want to ride Himalaya and Dinosaur while those who prefer something a big slower will The Legend of the Lion King Show or It’s Tough to Be a Bug. Everyone will like Kilimanjaro Safaris.
Day 7: Head to the ski resort today. Disney’s Blizzard Beach is a ski resort themed waterpark. Imagine a t a ski resort and then substitute the snow for water. This is a day at Blizzard Beach. Water lovers will have a blast.
Day 8: Epcot is so large that chances are you didn’t get to see everything the first day that you spent there. Why not head back over there to experience the things you missed or experience your favorites again.
Days 9 and 10: These are choice days. Choose a park you enjoyed the most and go back to experience your favorite attractions again or catch up on those that you missed.