The 4 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration ticket allows guests to enjoy four days at all four of Disney’s theme parks, Disney’s water parks, Disneyquest, Oak Trail Golf Course, and Wide World of Sports with no expiration date. This means that guests can visit one park per day for four consecutive days or split their visits throughout the year.
With only four days, it’s impossible to visit all Disney has to offer. However, you can still see some of the highlights. To give you an idea of how you might use your four days at Walk Disney World with a 4 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration ticket, we’ve put together a sample itinerary:
Day 1: The Magic Kingdom is where almost everyone seems to be drawn first, and for good reason. It’s Walt Disney World’s first park and, of all the parks, most conveys classic Disney as Walt Disney originally imagined. Here is where you’ll see Cinderella’s Castles and ride such classics as Space Mountain, the Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, It’s a Small World, Big Thunder Mountain, and Peter Pan’s Flight among many others, as well as experience some of Disney’s new attractions such as Splash Mountain and the newly expanded Fantasyland.
Day 2: How about enjoying one of the water parks today. Typhoon Lagoon has a shipwrecked lazy, island theme while Blizzard Beach is a ski resort where it’s a little bit too warm for snow. Both parks offer a variety of similar slides that include individual slides, multi-person raft slides, slides that feature high speed drops, lazy rivers, wave pools, and kiddie areas. However, each does have a couple of exclusive attractions. At Typhoon Lagoon, guests can swim with sharks at its Shark Reed attraction. Typhoon Lagoon also has more shaded areas, for those guests who like to get out of the sun for a bit. At Blizzard Beach, guests can race for the best time on some of its slide.
Day 3: Choose one of the other Disney theme parks to visit today. Epcot is a massive park that is divided into two very distinctive parts. Future World features several popular attractions including Test Track, Spaceship Earth, and Soarin’. World Showcase features pavilions that represent the architecture, food, and culture of eleven different nations. Disney’s Hollywood Studios is where movie and television buffs can experience movie and television magic on such attractions as Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Roller Coaster, The Twilight Tower of Terror, Star Tours, and the Backlot Studio Tour. Animal lovers may want to visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, which combines theme park fun with live animals in an innovative zoo environment. Here guests can go on a safari, go on a wild search for a Yeti, and even go back in time to search for a dinosaur.
Day 4: Choose one of the parks that you didn’t visit on your third day or how about visiting the other water parks.