If you have a base park ticket can you enter the same park more the once on the same day? We would like to goto the park in the morning and takeour children back to the room for a nap then return to the same park that night?
- Asked by Dawn from IL on 2/9/2011
Yes, absolutely. Anyone is welcome to leave and return to the park. All you need is your valid park ticket.
Guests who have a basic theme park ticket may leave and reenter the
same theme park as many times as they need to during the day.... read more
We have a two year old son and would like to plan a trip to Disney next Spring. I heard about a military discount was unsure if it is only for those who are currently inlisted or if it also applies to those who are veterans?
- Asked by sherri from OH on 7/6/2011
Hola, Sherri! Thanks for the question! We have a little biscuit too and he's never been happier than when he's at Disney World.
There are numerous special offers available to military personnel, whether they're active or retired. This... read more
We are planning our first trip to Disney in February with 4 and 7 y/o girls.I think I made a mistake of purchasing the 1 park/day tickets instead of park hopper. I already have the tickets,any suggestions on how to make the best of these or upgrade?
- Asked by Michelle from OH on 9/15/2011
Honestly, when my youngest were 4 & 7 I preferred not to Park Hop. Instead, we chose to fully immerse ourselves in one park per day. Even now that my youngest is 7, we still like to get Base Tickets. There... read more
We are planning a trip for March 2014 for our a 5 yr old. Which resort would be best to stay? Do you recommend skipping Epcot and Hollywood Studios?
- Asked by Karen from NH on 11/23/2012
Hi, Karen! When we go to Walt Disney World, the room is often just a place
to sleep. Value Resorts serve that purpose at a reasonable cost. The Pop Century Resort
is a favorite Value Resort for adults and kids alike. It is bright... read more
my chid is 2 years and 8 months she needs to pay the ticket?
- Asked by marco from BAJA CALIFORNIA on 9/28/2011
Guests under three are treated like royalty at Disney World and they do not need to purchase a ticket to gain admission to Disney World Parks. So if your daughter is not yet three years old at the time of your visit, you will... read more