Can we see all 4 Disney World parks in one day?

Can we see all 4 Disney World parks in one day?

by Ron Hadley
(miami florida)

My wife and spending one day at Walt Disney World in October for our anniversary. We bought a ticket to magic kingdom and a park hopper pass. My question is being we are only interested in going on a few rides there would it be possible to see a little of every park.

Jump on Rock 'n' Roller Coaster for a real thrill


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One of Dad's Favorite Things


One of Dad's favorite things we do almost every trip is we have a roller coaster day. We spend the whole day riding the wildest rides at Walt Disney World.

We start our day at Animal Kingdom and ride Expedition Everest. Then we'll go over to Disney Hollywood Studios and ride Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and Tower of Terror.

Jump on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

The loading area for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Photo by Express Monorail

We end our day at the Magic Kingdom for a Mountain Festival. Space, Splash and Big Thunder. We love the mountains. (Of course we'll spend an hour or two riding Buzz (our favorite ride).

or even jump in a car at Test Track and go for a ride

The loading area at Test Track

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Oops, I left out Epcot. Not for any particular reason other than I'm not paying enough attention. At Epcot, we jump on Test Track and Mission Space. Of course then there is the ride on the monorail to the Magic Kingdom.

Dad's Bottom Line

Of course, you might not like roller coasters but it shows you that you can visit all 4 parks in one day. In fact, it's a lot of fun. I highly recommend it.

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Sep 06, 2012
Why not all 5?
by: Fritz

My son or daughter ad I have done all five parks in a similar manner to your roller coaster day. By five,we include a couple innings of a pre-season baseball game at wide world of sports.

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