Time is up, it seems reservations for Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World is completely booked up. No more passes will be given according to the Disney website. Thousands of Visitors will now be expected to show up for the Magic Kingdom park during July 2nd – July 8th.
For those who have the lucky tickets for July 3rd and 4th, you will be granted access to the 4th of July special fireworks. Replacing the current Enchantment Firework show. Both are wonderful and Magical, but the 4th of July Celebration is a big spectacular.
Staying at Disney Hotels July 4th Weekend
A great thing about most Disney Hotels onsite is that you probably won’t need any park tickets if you just wanted to see the firework show.
It is a great view as long as you make sure to have requested your room to have a firework view of Magic Kingdom resort. For example, a hotel Animal Kingdom lodge may not be a good place, but Grand Floridian might be better.
Are you heading to the park this weekend? It may be busy, stay hydrated and know your plan of the day action. It will be better to have most attractions planned that day. Maybe even pack a snack, as food times might be long. Disney is good at attracting the crowd but when it overflows the bottlenecks can be pretty harsh still.
How To Navigate The Magic Kingdom Busy Crowds
Mobile ordering is a good tip for this July 4th weekend at Magic Kingdom. Since all food stations will be a long stand by wait, by using your Disney mobile app to order your food, you will save time and maybe money with Disney Passholders. Great discounts and Magic awaits using the App so be sure to have it downloaded before you arrive.
There is estimated to be about 1.7 million coming to the Orlando area this 4th of July weekend. If you have your day planned, and a good Disney hotel view booked it will likely increase your overall value checking out the parks. Even with the crowds, it will still be possible to find places to stay. Maybe not so much if you stay offsite, but if you stay at a Disney hotel, it should be pretty convenient even if Magic Kingdom is completely booked.
Check out the Monorail, boat, and Disney Skyliner for all ways to get to and from the parks. If would rather walk to the parks from the hotel to the parks that is still very possible to.
Which Disney hotel do you think would be best to stay at this year?