Magic Kingdom Traffic Backed Up for 4 Miles
Magic Kingdom traffic this New Year’s Eve is already backed up several miles. Guests entering the park early this morning experienced the slow moving traffic and shared on social media.
MickeyBlog.com was en route to Hollywood Studios and was able to snap some pics of the Magic Kingdom traffic backed up to the Swan and Dolphon hotel. Yes, this traffic was waiting to enter Magic Kingdom.
Will Magic Kingdom Reach Capacity?
None of the Walt Disney World Parks have hit capacity this holiday season, while Disneyland Park did hit capacity on Friday temporarily.
Many people have taken to social media to share pics and maps of the traffic backup.
— Clint Gamache (@iamcg83) December 31, 2019
What is normally a 10 minute ride for some folks is taking over 35 minutes to enter the parking lot. World Drive will likely be backed up all day and night.
Traffic to get into magic kingdom 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/VpYSRYw17Z
— Kody Cicale (@KCicale) December 31, 2019
Never Before Seen Traffic
While some folks haven’t seen traffic like this outside Magic Kingdom, this was to be expected based on past years.
I have never in my life seen traffic like this outside of Magic Kingdom.
— KG (@kguebert88) December 31, 2019
It will be interesting to see how traffic is later today for the other three Walt Disney World Parks, as well as Disneyland and Disney Springs.
— Epcot New Year's Eve (@EpcotNYE) December 31, 2019
Stay tuned to MickeyBlog for additional updates and park closures throughout the day!
Here’s a video from SkyFox posted by @ryanelijah. “SkyFOX giving a great look at how long the “car line” is to get into Disney. Crazy day at Magic Kingdom @fox35orlando“
— Ryan Elijah (@ryanelijah) December 31, 2019
Fox News 13 shared this video on their Facebook page:
VIDEO: Here's what it looks like at the Magic Kingdom parking plaza this morning. The theme parks are expected to be packed today with New Year's Eve revelers. Bookmark this link to watch Magic Kingdom's New Year's Eve fireworks from home: http://specne.ws/PUFKVu
Posted by News 13 on Tuesday, December 31, 2019