Will you be in Disney World next week?
There’s a LOT going on. Not only will you be able to catch the EPCOT Festival of the Arts, but you’ll also get to indulge in some Celebrate Soulfully foods and nom on some Valentine’s Day treats. However, before you go, be sure you know the park hours and park pass availability — we’re going to go over all that right here!
Magic Kingdom Park Hours
On February 5th-7th and 9-11th Magic Kingdom will be open from 9-11PM. On February 8th, the park will be open from 8AM-10PM.
Extended Evening Hours are on February 7th from 11PM-1AM.
EPCOT Park Hours
The park hours for EPCOT are from 9AM-9PM on February 5th-11th.
Guests can enjoy Extended Evening Hours on February 6th from 9-11PM.
Hollywood Studios Park Hours
At Hollywood Studios, park hours are from 8:30AM-9PM on February 5th-11th.
Remember if you’re a Disney World hotel guest, you can enter the parks 30 minutes before the official opening time with Early Theme Park Entry.
Animal Kingdom Park Hours
Park hours for Animal Kingdom are from 8AM-7PM on February 5th, 10th, and 11th. Hours are from 9AM-7PM on February 6th-9th.
Now let’s take a look at park pass availability for all four parks.
Park Pass Reservation Availability
Park pass reservation availability is dependent on if you have theme park tickets, are a Disney World hotel guest, or if you’re an Annual Passholder. For visitors with Theme Park Tickets, all four parks are available from February 5th-11th.
All four parks are also available for those staying in Select Resort Hotels from February 5th-11th.
Disney World uses a different calendar to track park pass availability for Annual Passholders. For the IncrediPass, park passes are available for all four parks from February 5th-11th.
The same is true for those with the Sorcerer Pass — all four parks are available from February 5th-11th.
The Pirate Pass also has availability for all four parks from February 5th-11th.
Those with the Pixie Dust Pass have availability for all four parks on February 6th-10th, but February 5th and 11th are blockout dates.
That’s everything you need to know about next week’s park hours and park pass availability in Disney World. If you ARE visiting Disney World next week, though, make sure you make those park pass reservations as soon as you can!
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Just a note: we were at the Magic Kingdom on Feb 5th, and it was crowded! Wait times for popular rides were high as usual. Aside from Carousel of Progress (which had a stated wait time of 5 minutes, but was really closer to 30 minutes), and the Magic Kingdom railroad, we passed on going on any other ride. Really didn’t want to put up with the hassle of the crowds.