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Question about World Wide Sports

FlyKaesan

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I went to Orlando many times and was very interested to visit World Wide Sports.
When I visited twice, both times, they wouldn't let me in. They told me nothing is going on so it's closed.
I have heard that they have fields and you can test your skills of football, basketball or other sports. Do they open only during certain times?
I think there is admission price or you can use Option tickets to go in.
Am I missing something?
I did a search in google but not much help there.

thanks!
 

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pretty sure the program you are talking about is long gone.

now it is only opened when someone is using it - separate ticket.

but if you were willing to pay the $9.95 admission - though they would have let you in - well some of it anyway.
 

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pretty sure the program you are talking about is long gone.

now it is only opened when someone is using it - separate ticket.

but if you were willing to pay the $9.95 admission - though they would have let you in - well some of it anyway.
do you know what you see or can do with 9.95 admission?
I see the lights go on sometimes driving by and always wonder what's going on in there. I am sure they keep things up so it would be amazing place to run or look at.
anybody been there?
 

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WWofS has become an events-driven location, rather than a guest participation experience. Most of the events that go on there are various sports tournaments - lot's of AAU and other sports camps and tournament events - along with spring training MLB (Atlanta Braves) and pre-season NFL (Tampa Bay Bucs). Some events are open to the public with separate ticket purchases while others may have more limited access (athletes and their family and the like). It seems to me that this is a revenue generating facility for Disney rather than a theme park guest venue.

Dick Taylor
 
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