2) Tour the Disney Resorts -- While guests might have the perfect Disney Resort that they love to stay at on each visit to Walt Disney World, they are welcome to visit any of the other Disney Resorts and enjoy the ambiance, dining and shopping locations, entertainment, and some amenities. Guests who are looking to enjoy some time in Walt Disney World without using a theme park ticket can opt to explore and tour some of the Disney Resorts and take in the wonderful themes, décor, architecture, and more. Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort brings guests into the charm and romance of Colonial Mexico through beautiful landscaping, intricate architecture, and a massive ancient pyramid with a waterfall cascading into the pool. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort transports guests to the tranquility of the South Seas with gently swaying palm trees, wonderful dining options, and white sand beaches that offer amazing views of the nightly fireworks in the Magic Kingdom. Disney’s Art of Animation Resort brings beloved films like Finding Nemo, The Little Mermaid, Cars, and The Lion King to life through wonderful samples of animation, larger than life statues of favorite characters, and scenery that brings the films to life. Spending time touring the Disney Resorts is a great way to enjoy an activity without a park ticket.
12 Things You Can Do at Walt Disney World Without a Park Ticket