They say, on St. Partick’s Day, everyone is Irish. That may be the case, but it also looks like everyone who can be at Disney World to celebrate is already going.
According to the Disney World Park Availability Calendar, every Theme Park Pass for Thursday, March 17, is taken for Theme Park Ticket holders and Select Resort Hotel Guests.
That’s right, all reservations for Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park have been claimed.
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Guests still looking to visit will need either an Annual Pass. But, only an Incredi-Pass or Soceror Pass or those grandfathered in with an equivalent-level pass have St. Patrick’s Day open. Both the Pirate Pass and Pixie Dust Pass are blocked out of the Parks on March 17 and the entire rest of that week.
It should be noted that the Walt Disney World has a habit of moving Park Pass Reservations around to make some more available closer to the day. For those still looking for a Park Pass that day, this writer recommends keeping a four-leaf clover close and wishing upon a star that your lucky day will be coming soon.
St. Patrick’s Day at Walt Disney World
While the Walt Disney World Resort does not officially put on a celebration as they would for other holidays, Guests should know that there will be plenty of individual celebrations happening across the property. But the biggest party will be held in Disney Springs at Disney’s Resident Irish Pub Raglan Road.
Raglan Road will be hosting a multi-day celebration of food, drink, and music from March 11 through St. Patty’s Day. Seating is first-come-first-serve most of the week, but reservations will be needed for dinner on St. Partick’s Day itself. Raglan Road sits among several beloved bars and restaurants, as well as close walking proximity to incredible shopping options. And the best part? No Park Pass Reservation is needed to visit Disney Springs!
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St. Patrick’s day is still close to two weeks away, and due to its position smack in the middle of Spring Break 2022, it will be a very busy time, indeed. To all Guests preparing to visit Disney World on St. Patrick’s Day, we at Disney Fanatic wish you a safe and magical time. Éire go Brách!