I have a Disneyworld trip coming up in July and have the “good” problem of needing to choose one park to visit twice. We will be there 6 full days, one day will be a pool/ Disney Springs day. We want to do AK for sure, but just once. And no water parks, so that leaves the other 3.
Originally I figured we would just do all 4 parks and whatever we liked the best we would just visit that park the last day of our trip. But my 60 day dining rez window is coming soon, and I’d like to have as much planned out as I can by then. Also with the new park rez system, if I wait until the last minute there may not be any availability.
It is me, wife and 2 boys ages 6 and 9. And this will be one of those ‘once in a lifetime, or at least a really long time before we ever go again’ trips. The boys said they want HS mostly b/c of Toy Story Land. We won’t be doing too many fast/ thrill rides, and are not Star Wars fans… AT ALL… I know I know. So I figure we can easily do TSL and most of the other rides and shows in one day at HS.
With MK, that seems to be the park that has the most rides and shows etc. , and would be difficult to do most things there in one day, on the other hand they have the longest hours, and we are coming from LA, so I figure whatever we miss, we still have Disneyland here that we will visit I’m sure a bunch of times over the years. I know the parks aren’t exactly the same, but if I miss some big things like Pirates or Haunted Mansion at least we have that at DL.
Epcot is where I’d like to go I think twice. They are not open as many hours as MK so we’ll have less time to explore. I’m a foodie so will get to try more foods if we go twice, plus between the two worlds there, it seems like two days would be warranted there. But I hear that is probably the park my kids will like the least of the 3.
So I guess it comes down to is it better to try and do “everything” or better to do what we liked twice, trying to make the kids happy, though I think just being at DW for a week they’re gonna be happy either. way.
Thanks for any advice for those with experience with this stuff:)