Early entry to Disney World theme park will be extended through 2023


Did you know there is a way to enter Disney World parks before they open and most guests arrive?

Cinderella’s Castle!

Disney presented Early entry to the theme park for Disney Resort hotel guests in 2021 as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations. This service has essentially replaced Extra Magic Hours and allows all resort hotel guests to enter any of the four theme parks half an hour before they open. Now we have an update on the length of early theme park entry!

Disney announced that Early theme park admission for Disney Resort Hotel guests will be extended beyond the 50th anniversary and will last through 2023.

Note that this is for early theme park entry only. Disney has not announced any changes to extended theme park hours (the other bonus park hours benefit introduced on the 50th anniversary that is exclusive to Disney Deluxe Resort Hotel guests and those staying in luxury villas).

Main Street, United States

It looks like the specifics of Early Theme Park Entry will remain the same for now – all Disney World hotel guests can enter the parks before non-hotel guests, and you must still have valid park entry and a park pass reservation.

We’ve seen Disney change the duration of early entry to the theme park in the past, so it’s possible they’ll do it again for limited times in the future, but Disney hasn’t announced anything about this yet. nature.

French pavilion at EPCOT

Early Theme Park Admission is available daily at all four Disney World parks for Disney Resort hotel guests – so be sure to take advantage of this benefit if you qualify!

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