With the updated Park Hopper experience, customers must make a Disney Park Pass reservation for the first park they plan to visit AND enter that first park before visiting another. At this time, a park reservation is not required after the first park, however, the reservation conditions are subject to change.
Additionally, Disney will set specific Park Hopper times during which this option will be available. Park Hopper hours of operation will begin at 2 p.m. each day and end at the park’s scheduled closing time. Customers will soon be able to check DisneyWorld.com/ParkHours and the My Disney Experience app for the most recent Park Hopper times, as they may start earlier at a later date, depending on the day and park.
These changes are designed to help continue to manage attendance in a way that promotes physical distancing. Additionally, other improved health and safety measures remain in effect, including required face coverings for all customers two years of age and older.
As a reminder, customers with a ticket or pass that includes Park Hopper benefits have the chance to see and do more during their visit, which could mean a morning in the savannah at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and a evening stroll to Cinderella’s Castle at Magic Kingdom Park or start the day living your Star wars adventure at Disney’s Hollywood Studios before an afternoon of traveling around the world at EPCOT. Please note that the possibility of visiting another park will be subject to the capacity limits of the park.
Are you happy that Park Hopping is back, or were you finally used to doing a park a day? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned for our full coverage of this new, modified Park Hopping experience.