The 6 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration gives guests six days of fun at Disney’s four theme parks, plus Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach waterparks, Disneyquest, ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, and Oak Trail Golf Course. The best part of all is that with no expiration, guests can visit six days in a row or they can split the days up throughout the year however they like.
With the 6 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration ticket, guests can visit one park per day and with six days, the combinations are numerous. Here’s one that we recommend:
Day 1: The Magic Kingdom was Walt Disney’s vision and is a great place for guests to begin their trip because it sets the tone for the entire Disney resort. This is where guests can visit Mickey Mouse in his dressing room, ride along with the Pirates of the Caribbean, walk through Swiss Family Robinson’s Tree House, shoot through Space on Space Mountain, visit a Haunted Mansion, and take a water plunge over the side of Space Mountain all in one day.
Day 2: How about another theme park today? Epcot is a great contrast to the Magic Kingdom. The futuristic structures of Future World house such popular Disney attractions as Test Track and Soarin’. Around World Showcase Lagoon, one will encounter familiar landmarks, food, culture, and shopping of eleven nations. Epcot also features some very fine dining opportunities. Each country within World Showcase has a casual as well as sit down restaurant (reservations are necessary at some). Future World also has several notable restaurants.
Day 3: Today is a great day to pick a water park and enjoy a day in the sun. Blizzard Beach is a ski resort themed water park. Visiting is somewhat like visiting a ski resort where all of the snow has melted and the slopes have been turned into slides. Typhoon Lagoon has a distinctively island feel. Palm trees, sand, and remnants of a shipwreck are scattered around the slides at this waterpark. No matter which one you choose, it’s sure to be a blast!
Day 4: Visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Take a ride on Kilimanjaro Safaris to see giraffes, rhinos, tigers, zebras, and all sorts of other animals up close. Be a bug in It’s Tough to be a Bug or scale the Himalaya if you dare. Go back in time to rescue a dinosaur or brave the Kali River Rapids.
Day 5: Disney’s Hollywood Studios is where several of Disney’s most popular attractions can be found, including Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Roller Coaster, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Star Tours. Guests can also judge American Idol, visit a backlot, and see how Hollywood creates special effects.
Day 6: How about visiting the other waterpark or revisiting a one of the parks that you really enjoyed. One can also take it easy at Downtown Disney and enjoy Disneyquest, where guests can learn to draw like a Disney animator, design their own roller coaster and then ride it, or experience one of the interactive games.