Went to Epcot, Magic Kingdom, And Hollywood Studios twice and Animal Kingdom once. Picked up Magic Kingdom card at 1st. park at customer service with no problems. Easy to use at each park. Average price per park $46.oo Price at each park recently was increased to $98. Great value and easy to use.
Collection process re Viator voucher was faultless. As easy as promised with collection at the first park we chose to go to (Animal Kingdom) via the "Will call" window. Very quick and efficient exchange to tickets. As regards WDW, beware the new Fast Pass + system! Those of you who have never heard of Fast Pass - you will find the new system OK. All those who were used to the old system (paper tickets collected in the park at the ride you wanted to fast pass), this is a big step backwards. You are now limited to only three per day, and you can only choose from certain groups of attractions. You also have to queue for lob periods to receive your fast pass selections, and the queues when you ride using the fastpass is longer. Prices for all merchandise have also increased significantly, which must be to pay for the army of iPad clad young ones to show you how to use the new fast pass system! Overall, major step backwards by Disney which is a great shame.
Well its Disney, we had a great time at Magic Kingdom, we found Animal Kingdom a little boring, Hollywood studios was nice.
We went to the Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party, which was fantastic and our 8 year old had a ball.
What can you say about Disneyland? - the 3 day option gave us plenty of time to see Epcot and Animal Kingdom which were our main focus. The shuttle transfers from Epcot were very well organised, especially when we had a couple of large groups of school excursions.
4 Days is great for Disney.. Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios can be done all in one day. We origninally were going to pick one park to go back to, however, thought we would go to Animal Kingdom as we only had half a day spare for the fourth day. Animal Kingdom was well worth it, can be done in 3/4 of a day. EPCOT was by far my favorite park, more for adults with food from all over the globe.
Great time. Grandaughter was in awe at Magic Kingdom. Also Animaland Epcot. Due to bad weather lost out on two days. Will go back.
We enjoyed all the parks specially Animal Kingdom, which has the perfect combination between fun and educational.
This was excellent value compared to buying at the Theme Parks.
Four Days allowed us to spend a day at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood studios and gave us a forth day which we went back to Hollywood Studios.
There are other parks to visit if they interest you such as Animal Kingdom and the water parks.
In September one day at each theme park is enough to see and do everything, however, during summer add an extra day at most places. We only had to use the Fast Pass once which allows you to return to a ride and get priority entry during a specific time.
To enhance your experience, make sure you stay at one of the hotels inside Walt Disney World Resort. They have free shuttle buses and access to parks earlier than the general public.
We paid the cheapest price we could find for our tickets with Viator . There was no difficulty at all in exchanging the voucher for tickets at the Disney ticket office at Animal Kingdom . Straightfoward and easy to use . Would definately use Viator again
Epcot and Animal Kingdom were the best here, after being at Disneyland in L.A this park i feel is not up to the original Disneyland standards. Sorry guys.
A great place for all ages - 4 theme parks, heaps of cool rides and characters at every turn. Best ride for us was Expedition Everest at Animal Kingdom, but you can't go ignore favorites at the other parks like Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, Star Tours and Space Mountain.
All of the parks were fantastic, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studio, Animal Kingdom. And the water parks were great. We did two days at the attraction parks, then every third day we went to one of the water parks, to have a more relaxing day. Again we got to all of the parks for 9.00am, and we headed for one of the fast track rides first, which we always managed to get on straight away with no waiting at all. Great. Normally the waiting time for all of the rides was for about 10-20 minutes. There was only a few which was 30-40 minutes. Definitely use the fast track option.
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