• On Apr 15, 2016
    Lorraine from NY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Will you be kicked out of the magic kingdom at 7p on the night that mickeys Christmas party happens? We booked 4 night package and two of those nights have the Christmas party. we don't want to spend more $$$ on tickets than we already have.

    Hi Lorraine! The Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party dates have been announced for this 2016 season. The event party will begin at 7pm so the day guests will be expected to leave at that time. Only guests who have the party wristband will be allowed on attractions, in stores, and in dining facilities. Around 6:30pm the Disney cast members in the park will start from the back and will walk the park letting all the day guests know they must leave at 7pm. 

    Consider enjoying Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party for one evening of your stay. We like to do a park that is more of a half day experience such as Hollywood Studios and then head over to the Magic Kingdom. With the event ticket you can enter as early as 4pm so you can enjoy dinner and a few attractions before the party begins for just those with tickets. The lines become quite short and most of the attractions are open all evening up until midnight. The holiday parade and fireworks are some of the best and this night always brings us into the holiday spirit better then anything else.

    It is an added expense but we figure we would be heading to Disney Springs or doing something else that evening that would cost us money anyway. Why not have some Disney Magic and enjoy the snow on Main Street and the cookies and hot cocoa!

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