From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Thomas Smith
Now is an amazing time for Florida Residents to visit Walt Disney World Resort! Whether you’re visiting for a long weekend or want to come back multiple times, there’s a 4-day itinerary for you! With the flexibility of the Discover Disney ticket, you can visit ANY 4 days through June 30, 2020 with no blockout dates!
4 Days, 1 Magical Weekend
Discover Disney tickets can be used on both consecutive and non-consecutive days. This 4-day long, fun-filled weekend itinerary is best for Guests visiting from out of town areas like Miami and Jacksonville.
Day 1 – Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Start off your morning with some big thrills on Avatar Flight of Passage. Cool down in the afternoon at the “Festival of the Lion King” extravaganza. Then, end your night at by watching the park come alive with magic during Tree of Life Awakenings and “Rivers of Light: We Are One!”
Day 2 – Magic Kingdom Park. In the morning, head over to popular attractions like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Space Mountain. In the afternoon, catch some delightful entertainment including “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade.” Bring your day to an end with “Happily Ever After,” a dazzling fireworks spectacular!
Day 3 – Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Start your day early – As soon as you enter the park, you are eligible to join the virtual queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance! Then, visit other favorites such as Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. Recharge in the afternoon with a live show, such as “Beauty and the Beast-Live on Stage.” Lastly, end your day with “Fantasmic!”
Day 4 – EPCOT. Begin your day Soarin’ Around the World or voyage to Arendelle aboard an ancient Nordic vessel on Frozen Ever After. In the afternoon, check out the new EPCOT films, including Awesome Planet and Canada Far-and-Wide in Circle-Vision 360. Conclude your day by celebrating with “EPCOT Forever,” a dazzling fireworks and special-effects spectacular!
4-Days, Months of Magic
This next 4-day itinerary is best for guests in local areas, like Orlando and Tampa, looking to experience seasonal events and new attractions throughout the spring!
Day 1 – EPCOT. Visit March 4 through June 1, 2020 to experience the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival! Start your morning with a stroll through the gorgeous gardens, unique exhibits, and living sculptures of beloved Disney characters. Sip, savor, and stroll through World Showcase, sampling the various outdoor kitchens and cuisines from around the world. End your night with the Garden Rocks Concert Series, featuring live music 7 days a week throughout the festival!
Day 2 – Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Opening March 4, embark on wackiest, kookiest, tooniest train trip on Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. Plus, experience Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and pilot the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.
Day 3 – Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Visit April 18 through April 22 to celebrate Earth Day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom! This exciting celebration for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day includes a stellar lineup of expert speakers and entertainment, behind-the-scenes tours, specialty food and beverage offerings and more!
Day 4 – Magic Kingdom Park. Visit any day through June 30 to indulge in your favorite experiences! Kick off your morning with classic attractions, including the Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. Cool off in the afternoon with a ride down Splash Mountain. Plus, don’t miss your chance to snap selfies with some of your favorite characters like Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theater or Ariel at her grotto!
Florida residents can purchase a 4-day Discover Disney Ticket for $49 per day plus tax ($195 Total, plus tax), valid for admission to one Walt Disney World theme park per day, any day through June 30, 2020. 3-day tickets are also available for $175 plus tax.
For more information about the Discover Disney Ticket, visit Disneyworld.com/DiscoverDisney.
* Tickets and any options purchased must be used by June 30, 2020. Proof of Florida residency required. All tickets and options are nontransferable and nonrefundable and exclude activities/events separately priced.
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