4 Rumored Components of Walt Disney World’s New Early Morning Upcharge EventSubmitted by Amanda Kondolojy on Saturday, March 26, 2016 04:42
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the $150 Magic Kingdom After Hours upcharge event, news of another upcharge event has been leaked via the My Disney Experience app. Unlike the After Hours event, this new one will appeal to early risers and cost substantially less. According to the leaked information from the app (which was taken down a few hours after Disney became aware of the error) this new event will be known as Disney Early Morning Magic – Fantasyland, and will cost $69 per adult and $49 per child.
Though this event isn’t quite ready for guests to book just yet, it probably will be soon, and will perhaps provide better value for guests looking to ride some of the Magic Kingdom’s most popular attractions before the park opens. Though information is subject to change (the listing looked very complete when it was live, but we'll continue to treat this as rumor until we get official confirmation), here's everything we learned about Early Morning Magic before the event listing disappeared
1. Early Morning Magic will begin at 7:30 AM
As you might have guessed from the name, Disney Early Morning Magic will allow guests to enter the Magic Kingdom at 7:30AM, more than an hour before rope drop. Once inside, guests will be directed towards Fantasyland so they can be the first to experience three Fantasyland attractions during this time: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Peter Pan’s Flight.
From the event start time until 9:00AM (when the park opens), guests will be able to enjoy exclusive access to these three attractions with virtually no line. However, even though the park will open to all guests at 9:00 AM, the event will go on until 10:30AM, more than an hour later. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be anything to do…
2. Breakfast is included
While the opportunity to experience these popular rides with little to no wait is the most attractive part of this new upcharge event, once guests have had their fill of these three attractions before park opening, they can take part in a breakfast buffet served at the Pinocchio Village Haus restaurant.
Though the breakfast will initially be served at the start of the event, most guests who attend this event will likely want to get their ride time in first, and save breakfast for after park opening at 9:00AM. Fortunately, guests will have quite a bit of time, as breakfast will continue to be served until 10:30AM. For those wondering, here's the official menu for the breakfast buffet:
- Chilled juices, coffee and teas
- Seasonal fruit and berries
- Freshly baked pastries
- Cheese and cured meats
- Scrambled eggs with assorted toppings
- Vegetable frittata
- Smoked bacon Pork and turkey sausages
- Fried potatoes with caramelized onions
- Mickey Waffles