Mother’s Day is just around the corner and it looks like families are already planning out the perfect way to spend the day — At Walt Disney World Resort!
At this time, in order to visit a Walt Disney World theme park — Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom — one must present a valid theme park ticket as well as a Park Pass reservation, and according to the Park Pass calendar, Mother’s Day is looking like it will be a busy day at Disney World as Park Passes are booking up fast.
Inside the Magic decided to take a look at the Park Pass calendar to see which parks are currently available for the upcoming holiday weekend, and it looks as though, depending on your ticket type, you may not have many choices.
Theme Park Ticket Holders
If you are a theme park ticket holder, at the time of publication, the only park left with availability is EPCOT for Mother’s Day weekend — Friday, May 7 through Sunday, May 9 — as seen in the screenshots below.
Select Resort Hotel Guests
If you are staying at a select Disney World Resort hotel, at the time of publication, again, the only park left with availability for Mother’s Day weekend — Friday, May 7 through Sunday, May 9 — is EPCOT, as seen in the screenshots below.
The good news is, if you are an Annual Passholder, at the time of publication, there are various parks still available for select days on Mother’s Day weekend — Friday, May 7 through Sunday, May 9.
For Friday, May 7, Annual Passholders can choose from any of the four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as seen in the screenshot below.
Saturday, May 8, on the other hand, is completely booked up. There are no parks available for Annual Passholders on this day, as seen in the screenshot below.
If you are wanting to visit a Disney World theme park on Mother’s Day itself — Sunday, May 9 — Annual Passholders can choose between Disney’s Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios as Magic Kingdom is completely booked up.
At this time, the Disney Park Pass system currently allows Guests to book available theme parks through January 2023, indicating that theme park reservations are not going away anytime soon, so Guests should get familiarized with the system if they are wanting to visit the Most Magical Place on Earth.
For most up-to-date Park Pass availability, check the official Disney World website here.
At this time, Walt Disney World is still operating at a limited capacity of 35%, and the company has not announced plans to raise capacity yet.
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