When Walt Disney World Resort reopened in July 2020 following its pandemic-related closure, Guests faced a number of changes to the Disney experience. This included mandatory face masks for Guests age 2 and up, social distancing enforcement, and the suspension of certain activities, such as fireworks shows.
Furthermore, Disney implemented the Disney Park Pass reservation system. This online reservation process has now been extended into 2023 and requires Guests to make advance reservations to visit any of Disney World’s four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
At this time, Disney’s spring rush is in full effect because there are currently no Park Passes available for next week for any ticket type.
Disney World Annual Passholders do not have full availability again until March 24, 2021, though some parks become available again on March 21.
Guests who are staying at Disney Resort hotels do not have full availability again anytime in March 2021 but can visit some parks beginning March 21 if they book Park Pass reservations promptly.
Finally, those who have general theme park tickets for their Walt Disney World vacations are also unable to make reservations again until March 21 — and, then, only for some parks.
It is important to remember that Walt Disney World Resort is still operating at a limited capacity during its phased reopening process.
Furthermore, Guests are subject to all health and safety mandates that are being enforced by Cast Members and the Walt Disney Company at large. Stay tuned to Inside the Magic for the latest on Disney World Park Pass availability throughout the spring and summer seasons.
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