See What Parks You WON’T Be Able to Go to in Disney World Next Week

Have you been keeping up with all of the latest Disney World news?

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A lot has happened this week! MagicBand+ launched in Disney World with new features like the Fab 50 Quest where you find all of the 50th Anniversary statues and the Batuu Bounty Hunters scavenger hunt in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In food related news, the BoardWalk Bakery has officially closed and will be reopening as a brand new restaurant: the BoardWalk Deli. If you’re heading to the Disney World parks soon, we want to make sure that you have the most up-to-date information, so let’s take a look at next week’s park hours and Park Pass availability in Disney World!

Magic Kingdom Hours

Magic Kingdom is open from 9AM-11PM for the first few days next week, but beginning on Wednesday it is only open from 9AM-10PM for the rest of the week.

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The park will have Extended Evening Hours for select Disney World hotel guests on Wednesday night from 10PM-12AM.

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Now let’s take a look at EPCOT.

EPCOT Park Hours

EPCOT’s park hours are the same every day next week.

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The park will be open from 8:30AM-9PM every day.

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Extended Evening Hours will take place on Monday, August 1st from 9PM-11PM. Now let’s take a look at the park hours for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Hollywood Studios Park Hours

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is open from 8:30AM to 9PM every day next week.

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This park does not typically have extended evening hours.

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Let’s take a look at what’s going on at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

Animal Kingdom Park Hours

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is open from 8AM-8PM every day next week.

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Animal Kingdom does not offer Extended Evening hours.

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Now, it’s time to take a look at the Park Pass reservation situation for next week, starting with the Disney World annual passes!

Incredi Pass Reservation Availability

Incredi Pass holders can make reservations at any of the four Disney World theme parks next week.

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These passes have no blockout dates. Let’s take a look at the Sorcerer Pass, next!

Sorcerer Pass Reservation Availability

Guests who have the Sorcerer Pass can make park reservations at whichever park they want to next week.

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The Sorcerer Pass does have limited blockout dates, but there are none next week. Now, let’s see about the Pirate Pass!

Pirate Pass Reservation Availability

Pirate Pass reservations are completely open for all four Disney World parks next week.

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Heads up Pirate Pass holders: you have a few blockout dates coming up in the beginning of September. Time to take a look at the Pixie Dust Pass!

Pixie Dust Pass Reservation Availability

Pixie Dust Passes have the most blockout dates and are blocked out on the weekends, but every weekday next week is completely open!

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Now let’s take a look at the availability for standard tickets.

Theme Park Ticket Reservation Availability

Theme park ticket holders can make reservations at every park but Magic Kingdom on Sunday, July 31st.

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On Monday, all parks are available except for Magic Kingdom. On Tuesday, only Animal Kingdom and EPCOT are available. Wednesday is the same as Monday with only Magic Kingdom sold out, and on Thursday and Friday the only park that is sold out is Hollywood Studios. Saturday is completely free for each park.

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And finally, let’s take a look at the availability for select Disney World Resort hotel guests!

Select Hotel Reservation Availability

On Sunday, July 31st, the only park sold out for select hotel guests is Magic Kingdom.

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Magic Kingdom is also the only park sold out on that Monday, though both Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are sold out on Tuesday. On Wednesday, it’s just Magic Kingdom unavailable again, and both Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are unavailable again on Thursday. On Friday, all parks are available except for Hollywood Studios, and Saturday has open availability for each park.

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And that’s what the park pass availability and park hours look like for the week of July 31st to August 6th.

If you’re heading to Disney World soon, there’s a lot going on! The Food and Wine Festival has kicked off in EPCOT with tons of delicious new and returning food items, and construction is chugging right along for the Moana-inspired attraction at EPCOT and the TRON rollercoaster in Magic Kingdom.

TRON construction progress

We’ll be bringing you all the latest Disney World news and information, so make sure to stay tuned to DFB!

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