On Wednesday, Disney announced details on what they are calling ‘Early Morning Magic’ taking place in Fantasyland on select dates. Not to be confused with Extra Magic Hours that take place before park opening for WDW resort guests, this will be open to the general public for an additional ticket fee.
Breakfast will be held at the Pinocchio Village Haus and seems to be the standard spread of food that you get at other morning dining experiences, such as Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. Along with the meal, they will have a select group of rides in Fantasyland open for the very limited number of guests that are able to get tickets. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Peter Pan’s Flight and the fairly new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train are listed as the only rides that are open during Early Morning Magic. If you weren’t able to get Seven Dwarfs Mine Train as one of your FastPasses, this isn’t a bad option to try to avoid an unbelievably long line. The hours run from 7:45AM to 10:00AM, beginning at the end of April. As of writing, there has not been any confirmation of any characters appearances.
Speaking of tickets, they aren’t cheap. $69 for adults and $59 for kids (3 yrs – 9yrs). For my family of 4, we would be paying $256 (plus tax) for the additional time in the park, which seems a bit steep personally. However, Disney is smart and I am sure they know that the price will draw people who want to experience an empty park, and this is as close as they will ever get.
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