Park Spotlight: 4 Parks One Day
When you have a park-hopper ticket, you can accomplish one of the most amazing feats a family at Walt Disney World can do: 4 parks in 1 day! We started off with extra magic hours at Hollywood Studios and rode Toy Story Mania before heading to our fast passes. (Here's a tip: make your fast passes for the morning so that when you're done with your third one you can start making new fast passes one at a time!) Our next stop was Epcot where we rode our favorite: Test Track! Plus we had to ride Living with the Land and Spaceship Earth, those are traditions - and if you are wondering, we rode single rider for Test Track. Next up was Animal Kingdom. We headed straight for Mount Everest - my first time! It was amazing!! What a rush! I can't wait to ride it again when I go back to Disney in October. Next we rode our AK traditional ride, Primeval Whirl - ‘cause this family cannot visit Animal Kingdom without taking a spin on Primeval Whirl.
Now it was time for a lil break - so we headed back to our resort to grab something to eat and relax before we headed out to our last park of the day.
After we filled our bellies with some N’awlins yummies, we hopped on the bus and headed to Magic Kingdom. We started off like we always do on the Peoplemover where we talk about our game plan.The Teacups were next, where the kids rode because we parents just cannot handle spinning around the way they can. Next we hit up Dumbo and Barnstormer before we headed to grab us some dinner at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (#DisneyDiet) and grabbing a spot near the Rose Garden to watch our last viewing of Wishes.
The fireworks were the amazing like they always are and while most of the crowd headed to the exit, we headed to Tomorrowland to play some more! Tomorrowland Speedway was our next stop and this was a monumental moment for us: we found out that my son finally was tall enough to drive the Tomorrowland Speedway Racecar all by himself (sniff sniff). He was so happy - just look at that smile!!
After the Speedway we decided we had had a long day and it was time to say goodbye to Magic Kingdom but first we had to get our picture in front of the iconic castle to commemorate this amazing day we had to go along with all of our other pictures from the other 3 parks.
So when you are planning your next trip and trying to decide what tickets to get and how to plan your days - why not plan an awesome fun filled day of 4 parks in 1 day? You'll need to have park hopper passes and plan it on a day where 1 park has early morning Extra Magic Hours and another park has late Extra Magic Hours, then you will be set to accomplish this amazing achievement!