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What transportation is available within the Walt Disney World® Resort?


No matter where you're off to around the Resort, we've got a ride. Disney has worked hard to make transportation to and around the Walt Disney World® Resort hassle free. Zip around by monorail. Sail leisurely by boat. Or hop aboard a bus. We'll get you to where ever the magic is calling. All charges for transportation are included in the price of your multi-day passport. Monorail, launches, buses, and trams all operate from early in the morning until at least midnight, although hours are shorter during early closing periods. Check on the operating hours of the service you need if you plan to be out, especially late at night.

Types of Transportation at Disney World Orlando Florida:

Walt Disney World Transportation > Bus: (Click here to contact us)
The Magic Kingdom Park is accessible by bus from all parts of the Walt Disney World Resort, including the Disney Resorts and other Theme Parks.

Walt Disney World Transportation > Ferry Boat:
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The Magic Kingdom Park is accessible by water taxi from Disney's Contemporary Resort, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney's Polynesian Resort, Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort or Campground, and Disney's Wilderness Lodge. The Disney ferryboat connects the Magic Kingdom to the Transportation and Ticket Center (adjacent to Magic Kingdom parking).



Walt Disney World Transportation > Monorail: (Click here to contact us)
Disney's monorail runs among Magic Kingdom Park, Disney's Contemporary Resort, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney's Polynesian Resort, and the Transportation and Ticket Center (adjacent to the Magic Kingdom parking lot). A connecting monorail takes Guests from the Transportation and Ticket Center to Epcot.

Walt Disney World Transportation > Boat: (Click here to contact us)
Motor launches connect Walt Disney World parks and resorts located on waterways. Specifically, they operate between the Epcot Center resorts (except the Caribbean Beach,) and Disney's MGM Studio, as well as between Discovery Island in Bay Lake and the Magic Kingdom, Fort Wilderness, the Wilderness Lodge, and the Polynesian, Contemporary and the Grand Floridian resorts.

Walt Disney World Transportation > Car: (Click here to contact us)
Every theme park has a parking lot, so don't worry about there not being enough parking. Always write down where you park and take the number with you. Trams will take you from the parking lot to the front gate. For each lot, admission is $5 for cars, $6 for RV and campers and free for Walt Disney World resort guests with ID. Save your receipt; if you want to visit another park the same day, you won't have to pay to park twice. Parking is always free at Typhoon Lagoon, River Country and Blizzard Beach, as well as for the Marketplace/Downtown Disney area.

 

 


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