The holiday season at Walt Disney World Resort officially began on November 6, with festivities getting underway at all four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
In spite of the fact that Disney World’s Christmas celebration doesn’t look quite the same as has in years past, there’s still plenty of magic in store and, now, Disney has made it easier for Guests to visit from November 29 through December 19!
The Disney Park Pass reservation system has been fully refilled for those dates. Remember, there are three Park Pass classifications — Disney World Annual Passholders, Disney World Resort Hotel Guests, and standard ticket holders. A limited number of each type of Park Pass is available per park, per day.
Here, we see full Disney Park Pass availability for the end of November.
And in this screenshot obtained by ITM, we see full availability through the first three weeks of December.
This Walt Disney World Park Pass refill is great news for anyone hoping to get their Disney Parks fix this holiday season! Remember, though, availability is still limited — Disney CEO Bob Chapek has said all four theme parks will continue to operate at 25% capacity for the foreseeable future.
The official Disney World website shares these details about the Park Pass reservation system:
To manage attendance during this reopening period, while also helping Guests plan ahead before their arrival, we are introducing the new Disney Park Pass system. During this time, all Guests with valid admission are required to make a reservation in advance for each park entry, using this new online tool.
To enter a park, both a park reservation AND valid admission for the same park on the same date are required for each person in your party ages 3 and up (limit one park per day). Acceptable face coverings must be worn over your nose and mouth at all times except in designated areas. If you’re unable to do this, please reschedule your Walt Disney World visit to a later time.
Please review any advisories or restrictions in place for travel to Florida, and do not travel to or enter Walt Disney World Resort unless you are free of any COVID-19 symptoms and otherwise comply with the requirements of such advisories and restrictions. Learn more.
Will you be visiting Disney World this Christmas?