It’s another busy weekend at Disney World!
Today, park passes for all four parks have been fully booked! This means that park passes have been reserved for the maximum number of people allowed in the park at one time. We’ve spent our day in Magic Kingdom, and we’re going to give you a peek at how some of the crowds looked.
Park Passes were totally booked for Disney Resort Guests, Annual Passholders, and Theme Park Ticket Guests.
As usual, some areas were on the emptier side, while other spots were more congested. For example, the Cinderella Castle hub wasn’t especially packed as we passed through.
Similarly, the bridge to Liberty Square had lots of space to offer as guests passed between the lands.
However, as we actually walked into Liberty Square, things were very different. Some of the heaviest crowds we saw were in this area. You can see lots and lots of guests hanging out at the side of the path, as well as passing through.
The walkway from Liberty Square into Fantasyland is a pretty common bottlenecking point. This area can get pretty jam-packed, but today it wasn’t too bad. This is noteworthy, considering the additional walls that are in place while Peter Pan’s Flight is refurbished.
Tomorrowland was pretty crowded too! As previously seen, certain spots were busier than others.
On our way home, we noticed some especially substantial crowds at the Skyliner! From this angle, it’s hard to tell that the line was socially distanced. Regardless, it was still pretty packed.
It seems like lots of folks were hoping to spend the evening in EPCOT to enjoy one of the last few days of the Festival of the Arts.
And that’s a glimpse at some of the crowds this weekend in Disney World! Check back with us for more updates from the parks!
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