What $135 Will Get You During an After Hours Event in Magic Kingdom!

After Hours events are BACK at Magic Kingdom.

It’s time for After Hours!

The separately ticketed event already kicked off in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but it’s time to enjoy Magic Kingdom’s most popular rides without the wait times or the crowds! Besides a significantly lower amount of people in the parks, here’s what you can expect to see at After Hours in Magic Kingdom.

Taking place on select nights through March 27th, 2023, Magic Kingdom After Hours events require you to purchase a separate ticket that allows guests to enjoy iconic snacks, less crowds, and low wait times in the parks after hours.


You can get into the park starting at 7PM with an After Hours ticket (and we recommend getting there right at 7PM), so you can start your night in the park early.


You can enjoy a variety of treats, including ice cream novelties, popcorn, and select bottled beverages all included in the price of your ticket. There will be snack carts around the park with these items and you can have as many as you want. We got a Mickey Premium Bar…

Ice cream!

…a Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich…

…a box of popcorn…


…and a 50th anniversary bottle of Coke!

Don’t forget to hydrate — Dasani water bottles are also included.


You can also pick up some snacks at Main Street Bakery or Casey’s Corner during the event.

Low Wait Times

The biggest draw to this event is the low wait times. Magic Kingdom has some consistently long lines at its more popular attractions and at this event, you’ll get to skip ’em! You won’t have to buy an Individual Lightning Lane for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train or Genie+ to skip the lines at the other popular attractions.

5 minute wait? Yes, please!

So what attractions can you visit during After Hours? See the full list below:


Unlike Hollywood Studios, you won’t find any specific showtimes during the After Hours event in Magic Kingdom. However, since you can enter the park at 7PM, you are able to watch fireworks during Disney Enchantment before the park closes and the event officially starts.

Fireworks crowds

For the most updated showtimes on the day of your After Hours party, check the My Disney Experience app. Be warned, though — it will be crowded in the hub and around Main Street at this time!


If you’re in the shopping mood, there are several stores that remain open during the After Hours event. See the full list below:

  • Box Office Gifts
  • Curtain Call Collectibles
  • Emporium
  • Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar
  • Hundred Acre Goods
  • Sir Mickey’s
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin Photos


There are also a couple of character spots open during the After Hours events! You’ll be able to meet Mickey Mouse at the Town Square Theater

Town Square Meet and Greet with Mickey Mouse

…and visit Disney princesses in Princess Fairytale Hall!

Rapunzel in Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom

Tickets to the first night cost $135, but for the rest of the nights, the prices range from $145 to $159. Get a full look at the prices and dates here!

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3 Replies to “What $135 Will Get You During an After Hours Event in Magic Kingdom!”

  1. We did the Hollywood Studios and it was totally worth it! Walked on everything but SDD and ROR and those were less than 10 minutes.

  2. So fun! Was the train running around the park during it? Also, any idea where they have visitors park, is it just regular parking?