No More Park Passes As Theme Parks Today as Labor Day Crowds Arrive
With Labor Day Weekend officially underway, one of the big questions many Disney-goers have been wondering is what that will mean for crowd levels? As we’ve been reporting here at MickeyBlog over the last few weeks, Orlando’s theme parks continue to grapple with low attendance as the appetite for crowded theme parks remains low for those concerned by COVID-19.
Earlier this week, we shared this picture of EPCOT during the middle of the day at what would normally be a bustling Food & Wine Festival. The picture below was taken at noon on a Tuesday.
However, Today, as we return to EPCOT it is a slightly different story. Here’s a look at this photo we snapped just outside of the Mexico Pavilion.
As you can see, it is definitely much busier in comparison as Floridians head to the parks for the long Labor Day weekend.
Dipping out of the parks midday we also noticed that the parks passes (the system used by ALL guests to gain entry to the theme parks) was showing NO AVAILABILITY for the day. Here’s a look at the signage that they put up at the ticket windows:
As you can see the sign reads – Theme park reservations are no longer available at ANY park for today. This means that those planning on a spontaneous visit to Walt Disney World should hold off. This is surely a positive sign. Labor Day Weekend has historically been a HUGE weekend for the theme park and is considered by many to be the last hurrah of summer before school is back in full swing.
We do have park pass reservations so please keep checking in with us to whether these crowd levels continue through the weekend!
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