The fan-favorite event, Disney After Hours, is a coveted Disney experience. As many Disney Fanatics know, it’s a specially ticketed event that allows fans access to the Walt Disney World Resort “after the gates close for the night, extending access to favorite attractions,” per the Disney Parks Blog. It’s particularly sought after for being a limited event: lower wait times for all-time favorites like Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, it’s a small world, and Jungle Cruise are all accessible to fans with lower wait times and a nighttime experience of the attractions. Now fans will get the chance to explore more Disney Theme Parks from the Disney Resort’s impressive selection (EPCOT, Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and the two water Parks) during Disney After Hours.
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Well, Disney Fanatics, we have some good news! Per journalist Scott Gustin on Twitter, the beloved After Hours event is now expanding to EPCOT starting June 1 and Typhoon Lagoon beginning May 20. Disney Park Guests will be able to enjoy attractions like Frozen Ever After, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in the later hours of the day, with shorter wait times for these iconic rides as well.
NEW: Disney After Hours is expanding to EPCOT starting June 1 and Typhoon Lagoon May 20. Tickets on sale March 3. Resort guests early purchase opportunity starting Feb. 28. Prices $75 to $149 (plus tax).https://t.co/eplWVKhMLV pic.twitter.com/ll5KNp83SV
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) February 21, 2023
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Fans will have access to all four neighborhoods in EPCOT—World Nature, World Discovery, World Showcase, and World Celebration—and per Disney Parks Blog, also “delight in ice cream novelties, popcorn and select beverages” and “munch on some of their favorite Disney snacks.”
It’s certainly a day for rejoicing! Tickets for the event will go on sale on March 3. Resort Guests will also have the chance to purchase tickets earlier than others, starting February 28. Prices range from $75 to $149 (plus tax).