Disney Has announced a brand new event, Disney Early Morning Magic. Much like the Disney After Hours Event event, it allows you to enter the park at a time when others may not enter for a fee. This event is a bit different though, here are the full details.
Starting April 26 you can experience Disney Early Morning Magic on select Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:45AM-10:00AM.
$69 for adults and $59 for children ages 3-9 (plus tax).
What do I get for this:
Access to Fantasyland rides such as Peter Pan’s Flight, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh before the park opens to regular guests.
You also receive a Breakfast Buffet at Pinocchio’s Village Haus, from 8:30AM – 10:00AM. Offerings include seasonal fruits, fresh-baked pastries, scrambled eggs, veggie frittatas, smoked bacon, pork and turkey sausages, waffles and more.
Do I need regular theme park tickets too:
Yes, both regular theme park admission and special event admission is required.
When are regular guests allowed in:
The park will open at 9:00AM on most days and at that point others can ride all the rides. That means exclusive access is really only from 7:45-9:00AM. Breakfast however will continue to be served until 10:00AM.
Does this replace morning Extra Magic Hours (EMH):
Much like the Disney After Hours Event this will not replace morning EMH. Rather it is in addition to those. Also, it’s important to note that this event differs from regular EMG in that it is only for Fantasyland and breakfast is included in this experience.
How many tickets are sold per event:
The number of available tickets has not been disclosed but it has been announced that the number of available tickets is very limited. This is to allow for guests to have very small waits.
Is this worth it?
As is always the case, the answer is, it depends. If you like Fantasyland, if you like being in parks which are fairly empty and riding the attractions with almost zero wait time, then this could be a great thing for you. Add to this that breakfast at Cinderella’s Castle costs only about $10 less and it becomes a pretty worth it event. So, if you’re thinking you’d love to do a special breakfast, but you’re not into princesses and characters, but rather, you like riding rides and not having to wait in line, then this might just be for you. Also, if you’re staying off property and don’t have access to EMHs, this is another point in the worth it category.
Ok, I’m sold, how do I get a coveted ticket:
Tickets can be purchased online here, or by calling the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 827-7350. Or you can contact me on the form above and I will get you all taken care of.