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Disney Parks may be closed by blending holidays

If you are one of thousands of tourists who are thinking about renting an Orlando vacation homes to enjoy the winter at Disney, you also know that now is one of the busiest times in Orlando theme parks, especially in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. But have you ever though how many people can fit in those parks? Probably not, since Disney does not usually disclose this type of information.

However, some sites, blogs and web pages often publish non official figures and comments about the possibility of closing the parks because of holliday’s crowd. We do not know exactly the number of people needed to close a park; as well as visitors, we have to take into account the employees, suppliers, outside artists, etc.

Then, it need to check the layout of how the parks are during these days of maximum capacity, based on previous years. Recalling that the parks can change the schedule at any time without notice, as required. Once the park reaches a certain number of visitors, the entries begin to be limited by following the steps below:

Phase One

Visitors who are not staying in Disney’s hotels (maybe on an Orlando vacation rentals) and have no ticket, and those with tickets in a single day (single-day) and guests from Cast Members (CM tickets guests) will be directed to make a return, or may not even park in the parking lot (the TTC).

Who can still enter the park:

– Hosted at Disney hotels
– Annual Passholders without blackout dates
– Visitors with hopper ticket
– Hosted at Disney who use buses, boats and monorail
– Visitors who have appointments or reservations (remember to bring a printed copy to the event something unexpected with the system Fastpass reservation + does not apply.)
– Visitors with multi-day ticket / park tickets (multiple days)
– Visitors who have left the park and are returning

Phase Two

The following visitors are allowed to park and enter the park:

– Hosted at Disney hotels
– Annual Passholders without blackout dates
– Visitors with hopper ticket
– Hosted at Disney who use buses, boats and monorail
– Visitors who have appointments or reservations (remember to bring a printed copy to the event something unexpected with the system Fastpass reservation + does not apply.)
– Visitors who have left the park and are returning

Phase Three

The following visitors are allowed to park and enter the park:

– Hosted at Disney hotels
– Annual Passholders without blackout dates
– Visitors who have appointments or reservations (remember to bring a printed copy to the event something unexpected with the system Fastpass reservation + does not apply.)

Phase Four

This phase is when the park and parking lot close of truth, regardless of whether it is host Disney or type of ticket and even have reserve.

This procedure is adopted by any Disney park and can happen at any time, but is usually more common in the Christmas and New Year’s Eve, and parks Magic Kingdom and Epcot, because of year-end fireworks show!

If you and your family want to spend much New Year’s Eve in the Magic Kingdom, the tip is to arrive early, be prepared to stay all day (until dawn) and face five hours line at every attraction. In previous years the closure scheme began around 10 am, therefore, be prepare to arrive early and enjoy your day!

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