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  • Parking for a 2 Hour Visit

    Hi Everyone-

    I will be arriving at WDW late tomorrow evening, around 8:30 PM. We were wanting to hit the Magic Kingdom before they close. Any way we can avoid parking at the TTC? Maybe a resort or somewhere else? We are staying off property. Maybe Downtown Disney and use bus transportation?

    Thanks for any thoughts and advice!!

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    Re: Parking for a 2 Hour Visit

    Um, not really. You can park at a hotel if you're going to be eating there. You can technically park at DTD, but you'd have to take a bus to a hotel then a bus to the MK. (People parking there then going to the theme parks is why they don't offer direct busses to the parks anymore) You'd be better off parking at the TTC. Or maybe park at EPCOT and take the monorail? It would still be quicker to jsut park at the lovely TTC.
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