There’s never really a bad time to go to Disney World.
However, there are a few times that vacationing at the Most Magical Place on Earth is just a bit more ideal. For many folks, it’s not an option to visit more than once a year, so if you’re debating on whether or not to visit Disney World this fall or winter or to wait until 2024, let us help you out with that decision.
WAIT UNTIL 2024 TO GO TO DISNEY WORLD! We’re only a few months away from the new year, and there are so many awesome things coming to Disney World that won’t arrive until then. Let’s talk about it!
Starting January 9th, Park Pass Reservations will no longer be required for most guests. With the exception of Magic Kingdom on the weekends, you can decide the day-of which park you’re going to visit.
This totally brings back the spontaneous Disney we remember from back in the day.
Disney Dining Plan Returns
The Disney Dining Plan will return on January 9th, 2024 for the FIRST TIME since COVID-19 closures.
For many families, this is a great way to get more bang for your buck when it comes to grubbing at Disney World. It’s also a great way to budget since the plans are pre-paid.
Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is currently being built at the former Splash Mountain location.
The ride is set to open in late 2024!
Who knows? Even MORE yummy things could always make an appearance, too!
End to EPCOT Construction
EPCOT has gone under a lengthy transformation to add Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana as well as an area to host the various festivals, Communicore Hall.
The current construction is set to be completed sometime at the end of 2023!
Well, what do you think? Is that enough to have you wanting to postpone your trip? We’ll continue to keep you updated as MORE exciting things arrive to Disney World, so make sure to follow along for more.
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Have you already started planning for 2024 Disney World trips? Let us know in the comments!