Officials from Walt Disney World Resort announced that beginning January 9, 2024, guests with a Park Hopper ticket or Annual Pass will be able to visit another theme park at any time of the day.
Since the return of Park Hopper benefits in 2021, visitors with tickets could only enter the park each day after 2 p.m. local time. Guests with the special passes can now explore Disney World’s theme parks in a more flexible manner and appreciate even more during their trips.
On days when reservations are required, Park Hopper and Annual Pass holders will be able to take advantage of the changes by reserving a visit to one park and then proceeding to another when they are ready for a change.
Passholders will also be pleased to discover that Good-to-go days will return in January, allowing travelers to visit a Disney World theme park without a reservation; however, blackout dates will still apply.
In recent months, Disney World has added or brought back several ways to make a visit easier for families, including complimentary self-parking for Disney Resort hotel stays, the return of parking trams and digital downloads of select PhotoPass attraction photos included in the purchase of Disney Genie+ service.
In addition, commencing October 9, Disney dining plans will once again be available to Disney Resort hotel guests as part of a package.
This week, Disney World officials announced new traditions, entertainment, cuisine, and beverages for the 2023 EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays presented by AdventHealth.