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Disney releases more extensions for park hours during the holidays

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Disney releases more extensions for park hours during the holidays
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Are you visiting Walt Disney World during the holidays? If so, park hours have been extended for certain theme parks. Be sure to take a look before your trip.

Character Locator

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With so many changes to theme park hours at Walt Disney World, be sure to check Character Locator before your trip! Hours change frequently and Character Locator is always updated with the latest park hours.

There are color-coded calendars to help you decide which parks to visit each day! Additionally, find full menus, park maps, and attraction information all in one spot.

Magic Kingdom

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We have already seen an update to the park hours for many dates during this month. Hours have now been extended during the week of Christmas. Take a look.

  • December 19 and 21 – the park will open at 8:00 am instead of 9:00 am and close at 8:00 pm
  • December 20 and 22-25 – the park remains open at 9:00 am and closes at 10:00 pm. It was previously closing at 9:00 pm

Animal Kingdom

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Great news for guests visiting Animal Kingdom during this week! Take advantage of having more time in the park during the evening.

  • December 19-25 – the park opens from 8:00 am and will close at 8:00 pm. Previous hours were from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm

EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Currently, there are no other changes in park hours for EPCOT or Hollywood Studios. Operating hours are consistently 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. for Hollywood Studios. The vintage holiday decor cannot be missed! Be sure to see Gertie and the tree along with the old-time tinsel and accents.

Over at EPCOT, be sure to check out the Festival of the Holidays. The festival runs now through December 30th. With so many treats and food at the Holiday Kitchens, festival merchandise, and the return of the Candlelight Processional, it is one festival you will not want to miss!

Are you visiting Walt Disney World on Christmas week? Are you excited to take advantage of some more park time? Tell us about your plans in the comments below or on our Facebook page.


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