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Magic Kingdom is at Phase B closure for New Year’s Eve

Disney World Phased Closing

The Magic Kingdom is at Phase B closure for New Year’s Eve.  The parking area is now distributing some complimentary coupons at the parking areas.  I’ve included some current wait times.  Here’s what Phase B closure means:As of 11:45am, Magic Kingdom is currently at a Phase B status. Phase B status includes admission only for the following:

WDW Resort Guests,  Disney Premier Passport, Disney Platinum Plus Pass, Disney Platinum Pass, Premium Annual Pass, Annual Pass Guests with Memory Maker Guests with dining reservations Magic Kingdom Guests with reservations for Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, Harmony Barber Shop or The Pirates League Guests with FastPass+ selections at Magic Kingdom Park

Magic Kingdom 1-day tickets will now be honored at Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park.

Due to anticipated park attendance, please continue to check the Advisories often throughout the day for updates on Theme Park phase statuses.

Disney is distributing coupons that look like this for those arriving at Magic Kingdom parking.  Below is for example only.

Here’s a few current wait times at Walt Disney World:

Magic Kingdom

  • Big Thunder Mountain 65
  • Haunted Mansion 70
  • Jingle Cruise 85
  • Cinderella and Elena 100
  • Meet Mickey 115
  • Peter Pan’s Flight 115
  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train 180
  • Space Mountain 170
  • Splash Mountain 120
  • Under the Sea 75


  • Frozen Ever After 135
  • Living with the Land 70
  • Meet Mickey 100
  • Mission:  Space 120
  • Soarin’ 120
  • Spaceship Earth 110
  • Test Track 180
  • Seas with Nemo 70

Animal Kingdom is very light and Hollywood Studios is pretty light as well.

Here’s a complete guide to Phased Closing at Walt Disney World.

Disney World Phased Closing Outline

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