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How long does it take for each disney park?

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by disney1sttimer, Nov 3, 2010.

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    disney1sttimer Earning my ears

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    Sorry if this is one of those often asked questions but I need to know to book our park tickets

    How long would you say it takes to completely do each disney park then seaworld, universal?

    Two days a park? or more?? or less :point:
     
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    There are some factors here that can make a difference but on average I would say two days per park is a good starting point.
     
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    Another short answer: it depends. :D

    This answer will actually vary with each family/party that goes. Some people will enjoy some parks more than others, which will take up more time. While I can spend a few hours at AK, I know that some people absolutely love AK and can spend 2 days there.

    However, when I first visited I planned for 2 days for each park. As DisneyFreak states, it's a good starting point.
     
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    Just to add to these other answers:

    1. How many people and if children, what are their ages?
    2. What time of year? If over a busy time be prepared for LONG waits for the rides.
     
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    you could easily spend 3-4 at epcot alone, and i bet you would still miss some things

    as jon said depends who is with you, what speed you walk at, what you want to see or do

    get yourself a countdown timer as well ;(
     

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