If you were wanting to go to Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary on October 1, there are still plenty of spots left it seems. The park pass chart has availability at both EPCOT and the Magic Kingdom for Theme park ticket and Resort guests. Annual Passes are only available for Disney’s Animal Kingdom that day.
October 2 is more limited with EPCOT being gone for Theme Park and Resort guests but there’s availability for Annual Passholders.
EPCOT is opening Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure on October 1, so it seems like guests are going to hit the Magic Kingdom on the 1st and EPCOT on the 2nd.
I’m just wondering how crowded it’s going to be. The availability keeps opening up, which implies Disney is adding more capacity. Will people even be able to ride much or move? Is this a good idea when the CDC is suggesting masks be worn indoors again, regardless of vaccination status.
I think the Magic Kingdom is going to be very, very crowded on October 1.
If you are still wanting to go you might be able to grab a park pass reservation, unless you are an Annual Passholder.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Fox35 Orlando
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