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  • On Jun 4, 2024
    Barbara from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    For the passholder preview for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure on June 16th, if my park reservation is for EPCOT, once I enter EPCOT do I have to wait until after 2:00 pm to enter the Magic Kingdom or can I enter the Magic Kingdom before this time?

    Well hello, Barbara. Welcome to planDisney!

    I see that you're planning on visiting Magic Kingdom Park on a Sunday. At this time, Annual Passholders cannot enter Magic Kingdom Park on a weekend without some sort of Theme Park Reservation. However, that doesn't mean you have to wait until 2 p.m. to enter this park. As long as you have entered the theme park for which you have a reservation, you can enter Magic Kingdom Park at any time after that, as long as it hasn't reached capacity. Furthermore, for the Annual Passholder Preview Days for Tiana's Bayou Adventure, you do not need to be inside Magic Kingdom Park to try for a spot in the 1 p.m. Virtual Queue. However, since these days will likely be pretty crowded, I suggest you get to Magic Kingdom Park sooner rather than later. Please note that only Annual Passholders with a Theme Park Reservation for Magic Kingdom Park can try for a spot in the 7 a.m. Virtual Queue on these days.

    Now that we've gotten that out of the way, I have a confession to make: you've hurt my feelings. Not only are you going to experience Tiana's Bayou Adventure before me, but you're going to do it on my birthday...and you didn't even invite me! Of course, I'm kidding! I hope that your trip down the bayou is everything you want it to be...and more! If you want to know what it's going to be like and don't mind spoilers, be sure to check out the POV video that Disney Parks shared on YouTube. If you want it to be mostly a surprise and just get a little taste, you can check out the latest episode of "We Call It Imagineering" as it details how music plays such an important role in Disney attractions, including Tiana's Bayou Adventure. But if you want to be completely and totally surprised, I'd avoid these two videos. For me, I don't want a lot of spoilers, so I watched "We Call It Imagineering," and while I didn't think it was possible, it got me even more excited for this attraction!

    And while I usually avoid spoilers, something I never avoid is beignets. And all the treats that are coming to the resort in celebration of this soon-to-be classic attraction. If you have any other questions, I'm here for you!

    You've got friends on the other side (of that giant drop),
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Meet the Panelist: Matt, New Jersey

Well hello there! I'm Matt and I'm a Disney-loving husband, teacher, and uncle from New Jersey. You can often find me tasting my way around an EPCOT festival, rope-dropping Magic Kingdom Park, or conquering all of the Disney Mountains. I can't wait to help you reach out and find your happily ever after on your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Matt

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