Second part of Wide World of Sports ?. How do resort guests get there? I am confused about where to get a bus and how often they run etc. Any help would be appreciated!
- Asked by Kay from IN on 7/1/2011
Disney World provides its Resort Guests various methods of complimentary transportation, such as bus, monorail, and boat, to destinations across Walt Disney World property. If you don't have a car, to travel directly to... read more
NO hop with water & more-if go to watch practice race does that count as Park entrance like water park does?
- Asked by Denise from NY on 10/27/2011
I believe you are referring to the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Walt Disney World Speedway. You do not need to use a park pass to visit the Speedway. Simply ask them to point you towards the spectator stands and you can... read more
Hi Ritzy!! I love reading your responses and your love of Disney makes me :) I've read about all their runs on rundisney.com but can't find if any of Disney's Marathons/5ks include a walkathon since I am unable to run bc of a back injury? Thanks!! *O*
- Asked by Taryn from TX on 2/27/2011
Hi Taryn! Thanks for the lovely compliment! I'm glad you are enjoying my answers here on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel. I believe you won't feel out of place walking the 5K race. The official requirement for races is that you need... read more
We will be staying at the All Star Sports resort in Aug. Does this resort provide direct transportation to Disney Wide World of Sports?
- Asked by Nancy from FL on 4/29/2012
Buses travel directly from the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex to Disney's All-Star Sports Resort. Traveling to the sports complex you will share a bus with Disney's All-Star Music Resort and Disney's All-Star Movies Resort. After stopping at all... read more
What's the best way to buy tix for Braves' spring training games @ WWS? Do games often sell out? On baseball websites, it seems that only $45 tix are available. Are there lawn seats or cheaper tix for purchase on day of? Stadium looks awesome!
- Asked by Laura from OH on 2/28/2010
Hi, Laura! Prices for individual Braves' Spring Training games range from $15 (lawn seats) to $39 (reserved seats) at the time of this posting. You can call Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000 or go to ticketmaster.com for more information... read more