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View Poll Results: Should a theme park/resort be built in the PNW?
Yes 6 50.00%
Yes, but build onto an existing resort that doesnt currently have a theme park 0 0%
No 6 50.00%
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Old 02-26-2014, 09:44 PM
 
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Yes it's helpful, but is downtown Disney outside of the parks? Do you have to pay to go to downtown Disney and the boardwalk?
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Old 02-27-2014, 12:19 AM
 
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Yes it's helpful, but is downtown Disney outside of the parks? Do you have to pay to go to downtown Disney and the boardwalk?
Yes. Each park is self contained. You don't have to pay to walk around Downtown Disney (at least not right now) - but you do have to pay admission to go into things like Disney Quest, or Cirque De Soleil, or obviously to eat in the restaurants. They do have a ride there - it's a hot air balloon thing that lifts you up over the area. You have to buy a ticket for that as well.

The Disney Boardwalk is a little shopping/dining area - it's not very large but it is quite nice since it's generally not too crowded. It is inside the Disney Boardwalk resort, but open to the public (and there is ample parking across the street, which is free) and it is just up the road from Downtown Disney, not even a mile.

If you are staying at any of the resorts, Disney transportation takes you there. There is not a very large distance between the parks - maybe a few miles, with the Magic Kingdom being the furthest. Geographically, Downtown Disney sits closest to Epcot, and across the road from Typhoon Lagoon.
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