Hours for Magic Kingdom and EPCOT have been released for September 26-October 2, the start of “The World’s Most Magical Celebration,” honoring the resort’s 50th anniversary on October 1, 2021. Hours were previously released through September 25.
Magic Kingdom is currently scheduled to be open from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM most days of the week. It will close at 8:00 PM on September 30.
There are no After Hours Boo Bash events at Magic Kingdom the week of October 1.
EPCOT is currently scheduled to be open 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily.
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3 thoughts on “Magic Kingdom and EPCOT Hours Released For Week of October 1, 2021”
Saved all year to take the grandkids to Disney and finally went in June of 2021. And to my surprise there were no costume Mickey mouse or Donald duck to be found. The grandkids were so disappointed. I spent over $ 3000.00 for the complete vacation. I could have stayed home and went to my local state park for the same results.We received no discounts or notices about the absence of costume figures.
I’m not sure if you really looked hard enough. There are the cavalcades, the flotillas, and distant greetings all over the parks.
???? Only saw one float with Aladdin and one with a mermaid ; must have missed everything else while walking through the whole park . Still didn’t see mickey ,Donald or goofy. Didn’t find out that there weren’t any characters until checking in .you would think I would have received some sort of discount or a park entry reduction on my next visit. ( BUT instead ; NOTHING😞😠.Out of the billions of dollars that the park makes a day you would think they could make a least 1 family happy. And who knows , I’m sure the media would like to hear of a family vacation gone right.
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