The 7 Day Magic Your Way Water Park Fun and More with No Expiration pass allows guests to experience the best that Walt Disney World has to offer. Guests can visit one theme park per day or one of Disney’s two waterparks, Oak Trail Golf Course, ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, or Disneyquest.
Seven days are a good number for guests to get a really good taste of everything at Walt Disney World. The best part is that if seven days all at once seems a bit overwhelming, with the no expiration feature, you don’t have to use them all at once. You can split them throughout the year if you’d like. Whether you decide to do them all at once or split them, here’s how we suggest you use them:
Day 1: Start things off at The Magic Kingdom. This is the quintessential Disney park and a great way to get into the Disney spirit. Guests come here for the thrills of Space Mountain and Splash Mountain. However, perennial favorites include The Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, The Haunted Mansion, Hall of Presidents, It’s a Small World, and Peter Pan’s Flight. But there is also much, much more.
Day 2: You got the water park and more ticket, so why not visit one of the water parks. If it’s a hot day, maybe you can feel a bit cooler at the snow themed Blizzard Beach. Race other rides down one of several slides, take a plunge down the Summit Plummit, or relax in Cross Country Creek among many other things. At Blizzard Beach, you just may forget for a bit that you’re in Florida.
Day 3: How about Disney’s Animal Kingdom today? Disney’s Animal Kingdom mixes the best part of a zoo—the animals—with the best part of a theme park—the rides! For animal lovers, along with live animal trails, there is also Kilimanjaro Safaris. For theme park lovers, Himalaya is a high speed mountain ride with a Yeti encounter while Dinosaur is thrilling trip back in time to save a dinosaur.
Day 4: Visit the two worlds that comprise Epcot. World Showcase represents the world of today with eleven nations positioned around World Showcase Lagoon. Stroll around the world to experience authentic food, culture, and shopping. Epcot’s other world is Future World, the world of tomorrow. Test Track and Soarin’ are popular here. Space Ship Earth, the centerpiece of the park, is also very popular.
Day 5: Today, take another waterpark break at Typhoon Lagoon. A shipwrecked island theme makes the feel of Typhoon Lagoon decidedly different from Blizzard Beach. While you can experience many similar slides to those at Blizzard Beach, Shark Reef is only at Typhoon Lagoon and the only Disney waterpark attraction at which one can swim with sharks.
Day 6: How about visiting Downtown Disney to do some souvenir shopping and visit Disneyquest. Disneyquest is an indoor theme park of sorts that employs virtual technology to fit all the fun of a day at a traditional theme park into a more compact space. Vide or computer game fans will love Disneyquest.
Day 7: Do your final day at Walt Disney World Hollywood style at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park. Whether you race through space on Star Tours or the streets of Los Angeles on the Rockin’ Roller Coaster, or take a plunge down an abandoned elevator shaft on The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, you’ll experience of thrills at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.