5 things to do at Walt Disney World without a park ticket

Walt Disney World can be expensive! And park reservations can be difficult to get sometimes. But there are many things that you can do at Walt Disney World without a Park ticket!


Visit Disney Springs

Disney Springs is home to shopping, a wide variety of dining, experiences and more! It's completely free to visit and is easy to get to whether you're taking Disney transportation or driving. 


Vist the Disney Resorts

There is so much to see and do at the Walt Disney World resorts, even if you're not staying there. All resorts can be accessed via Walt Disney World transportation, and are free to visit.


Enjoy Disney's Boardwalk area 

Disney's Boardwalk area offers unique dining opportunities, sandy beaches to relax, recreational activities and one-of-a-kind entertainment. The area is located behind Epcot's International gateway or can be accessed via and of the Boardwalk area resorts. It's free to visit and doesn't require a park ticket!


Play Mini Golf

There are two mini golf locations at Walt Disney World, each with a unique theme. Winter Summerland is located near Blizzard Beach and Disney Springs. And Fantasia Gardens is a short walk from the Boardwalk area at Walt Disney World. An entrance fee is required to play mini golf, however, no park ticket is required and prices are very reasonable. Some Walt Disney World packages even include free mini golf admission!


Watch the fireworks

Guests can view Magic Kingdom's Fireworks from a distance at any of the monorail resorts as well as the beach from Fort Wilderness Campground. And Epcot's Fireworks can be viewed from the Boardwalk area, no park ticket required!