Spring Break has arrived in Disney World, and so have the Spring Break crowds!
So what does that mean? Well, it means that if you’re going to Disney World in a week or so, you should be prepared with EVERY last bit of information need. That means knowing park hours, as well as having your advance dining reservations and park pass reservations already made. We’re going to take a look at those hours for next week, as well as park pass availability, and if you’re an Annual Passholder, we’ve got a little bit of bad news.
Magic Kingdom Park Hours
Magic Kingdom is open from 9AM-11PM on March 19th and March 21st-25th. The park is open from 8AM-10PM on March 20th.
There is a Disney After Hours events on March 2oth from 10PM-1AM. Extended Evening Hours are on March 22nd from 11AM-1PM.
EPCOT Park Hours
EPCOT park hours are from 9AM-9PM on March 19th-25th.
Extended Evening Hours are on March 20th from 9PM-11PM.
Hollywood Studios Park Hours
Hours for Hollywood Studios are from 8:30AM-9:30PM on March 19th-25th.
There is a Disney After Hours events on March 22nd from 9:30PM-12:30AM.
Animal Kingdom Park Hours
Park hours for Animal Kingdom are from 8AM-8PM on March 19th-25th.
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.
Park Pass Reservation Availability
Park pass reservation availability is dependent on whether you’re a guest with theme park tickets, a Disney World hotel guest, or if you’re an Annual Passholder. For visitors with Theme Park Tickets, all four parks are available March 19th-25th.
The same is true for guests staying at select resort hotels: all four parks are available for March 19th-25th.
Disney World uses a different calendar to track park pass availability for Annual Passholders. For the IncrediPass, all four parks are available on March 19th, and March 21st-25th. Magic Kingdom is sold out for March 20th.
It’s the same for guests with the Sorcerer Pass: all four parks are available on March 19th, and March 21st-25th. Magic Kingdom is sold out for March 20th.
Those with a Pirate Pass will see the same thing. All four parks are available on March 19th, and March 21st-25th. Magic Kingdom is sold out for March 20th.
Those who have a Pixie Dust Pass have blockout dates on March 19th and 25th. All four parks are available on March 21st-24th, but Magic Kingdom is sold out on March 20th.
That’s everything you need to know about park hours and park pass availability in Disney World next week. If you haven’t made those park pass reservations yet, we suggest doing that as soon as possible!
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