If you’re tired of the same old quarantine routine, then you’re in luck because Walt Disney World is less than a month away from opening its gates to the Magic Kingdom.
In Central Florida, families can expect to visit the happiest place on earth in mid-July.
The Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom parks will open first on July 11, with Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopening July 15.
When the park opens its gates, it will be an entirely new experience for cast members and guests alike.
In order to manage attendance during its reopening Disney is introducing the new Disney Park Pass system.
“During this time, all guests with a ticket or Annual Pass will be required to make a reservation in advance for each park entry, using this new online tool,” Avery Maehrer, Manager of Communications at Walt Disney World Resort said.
The new tool can be found online at DisneyWorld.com.
Below are a few important details you’ll want to know before making a reservation:
- You’ll need a My Disney Experience account, as this is where your Walt Disney World Resort plans are stored and managed.
- You’ll also need a valid theme park ticket or Annual Pass that’s linked to your My Disney Experience account.
- If you have a Disney Resort hotel reservation, be sure to link it to your My Disney Experience account beforehand, as well.
The Disney Park Pass system isn’t available yet, but will be available soon to select Guests, Disney officials said.
- Beginning June 22, 2020, Disney Resort and other select hotel Guests with valid theme park admission can make reservations.
- Beginning June 26, 2020, Annual Passholders without a Resort stay can make reservations.
- Beginning June 28, 2020, existing ticket holders can make reservations.
“Park reservations will be available through September 26, 2021, based on your Resort stay and ticket eligibility or ticket eligibility window,” Disney said on its website.
“Beginning this week, we will reach out to existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders with more information on when they will be able to check availability to make their park reservations,” Disney said. “We will open the Disney Park Pass system to these guests in phases, beginning with those with future Disney Resort and other select hotel stays.”
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