4 Days at Disney
You’re finally ready to take your family on the vacation of a lifetime to the most magical place on Earth: Walt Disney World®. It can be quite overwhelming searching for the best deals, which is why Rosen Lake Buena Vista has made it easier for you.
Our Walt Disney World 4-Day pass gives you four tickets to each of the Disney Parks as well as a 5-night stay in a deluxe room. Now all you need is an itinerary to make sure you get a full day of magic at each park.
We’ve got you covered there, too. Here’s our official suggested itinerary to explore all 4 Disney parks in just four days. Let the magic begin!
- Day 1
Magic Kingdom – Hours: 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Arrive at the park via Rosen’s complimentary scheduled shuttle and decide which rides your family wants to go on the most. If there is a ride you all want to go on, get Fast Passes for it as early as you can. We suggest you check out the 7 Dwarves Mine Train, Splash Mountain, Space Mountain, and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Later, grab lunch at one of the many themed restaurants around Magic Kingdom. If you can snag a table, we recommend the Be Our Guest Restaurant. Or save some money by bringing lunch.
After you eat, check out some of the more interactive attractions like Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom or Mickey’s PhilharMagic. Make sure to stick around for the Festival of Fantasy Parade at 3 p.m. to catch Prince Charming fight off a fire-breathing dragon. We recommend ending the day with the stunning Once Upon a Time firework show at 9:45 p.m.
- Day 2
Animal Kingdom – Hours: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Just like you did at Magic Kingdom, make sure you know the ride you want to go on so you can purchase Fast Passes for them early in the day. Some of our favorite rides at the Animal Kingdom include DINOSAUR, Expedition Everest, Kali River Rapids, and Primeval Whirl. If your visit falls any time after May 25th, you’ll want to spend a good deal of time exploring Animal Kingdom’s newest attraction Pandora: The World of Avatar. This new section of the park will have attractions like Avatar Flight of Passage, Na’vi River Journey, and Valley of Mo’ara.
There are a lot of wild food options at the Animal Kingdom for your lunch and dinner. Our favorites are Restaurantosuarous, The Smiling Crocodile, and Yak & Yeti Restaurant™.
As far as shows go, Animal Kingdom has some of the best. The Festival of The Lion King and Finding Nemo – The Musical are two must-see shows with multiple performances throughout the day. And when night rolls around, you can watch the parks famous Tree of Life light up with a spectacular showcase of colors, characters, and music.
- Day 3
Epcot- Hours: 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Although Epcot may not have as many rides as some of the other parks, you’ll still want to snag Fast Passes for some of the most popular attractions like the new Frozen Ever After ride. Some of the other attractions we’d recommend include Mission: SPACE, The Seas with Nemo & Friends, Soarin’, and Test Track.
Epcot offers a wide variety of interactive games, shows, and learning experiences. You can travel around the world, learning new things about each culture represented and meeting each Disney Princess in their own countries.
As far as dining goes, Epcot is known for their wide variety. Whatever type of food you’re in the mood for, they’ve got it; just head over to that country. If you’d like to try our favorites, you can check out Kasutra Grill, La Cantina de San Angel, Liberty Inn, or Nine Dragons Restaurant.
End your day with a bang with the IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth firework spectacular. This stunning show depicts the beautiful story of the Earth and all the people living on it.
- Day 4
Hollywood Studios – Hours: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Make sure you snag those Fast Passes! The rides we recommend you check out at Hollywood Studios include Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Star Tours, Tower of Terror, and Toy Story Mania. The new and improved Star Wars land is a “must see” for Star Wars fans of all ages. With attractions like Star Wars Launch Bay and Star Wars: Path of the Jedi, you’ll be sure to get a full fix of galactic adventures.
Exciting and interactive shows at Hollywood Studios are not hard to come by. Check out Beauty and the Beast Live, Indiana Jones™ Epic Stunt Spectacular, For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, and more!
Dining options at Hollywood Studios include some of our most favorite restaurants Disney has to offer, including Backlot Express, 50’s Prime Time Café, and The Hollywood Brown Derby. Trust us when we say you won’t go hungry exploring this park.
When the time comes to end your day at this flick-themed park, you have a couple of nighttime show options. First, the ever-popular Fantasmic! show, which features Sorcerer Mickey, Maleficent, and more of your favorite heroes and villains, which combines lights, music, and live dancing. This show is one of the perfect ways to end your day. Your other option is the new firework and laser light show Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular. Featuring dancing drone lights and clips from your favorite Star Wars films, this is a must-see for your family.
Rosen Means Comfort
When you come back to your deluxe room each night, you’ll get the comfort of amenities like a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, seasonally heated pool and a splash zone for the kids, an arcade room, and more. Call us today at (407) 996-7300 to check our availability and purchase your WDW 4-Day pass special.