Disney World Announces Park Hours Through February 2024

So, you’ve got your Disney World hotel stay booked…now what? It’s time to plan your park days!

Currently, Disney requires that all guests have a valid park ticket AND a Park Pass Reservation for the park that they plan to visit each day of their trip (even if you’re park hopping!). This means that it’s more important than ever before to nail down your vacation details early since park pass reservations can fill up months in advance for particularly crowded days. So, to help you get planning, we’ve got a look at the Disney World Park hours for the FULL MONTH of February 2024!

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Magic Kingdom

  • February 1st — 8AM to 10PM
  • February 2nd — 9AM to 11PM
  • February 3rd — 8AM to 11PM
  • February 4th-8th — 9AM to 10PM
  • February 9th-10th — 8AM to 11PM
  • February 11th-29th — 9AM to 9PM

Keep in mind too that guests staying at any Disney World Resort hotel can take advantage of Early Theme Park Entry, so really the hours are 30 minutes earlier than park opening to close for you! And, there are also Extended Evening Hours available for guests staying at Disney Deluxe Resorts and Villas on Wednesday, February 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th from 9PM to 11PM.


  • February 1st-24th — 9AM to 9PM
  • February 25th — 10AM to 9PM
  • February 26th-29th — 9AM to 9PM

And, just like Magic Kingdom, Disney Resort hotel guests can take advantage of Early Theme Park Entry every day of the month, allowing you to enter the park 30 minutes prior to the park opening. Plus, if you want even more time in EPCOT, you can purchase tickets to Disney After Hours at EPCOT on February 8th and 15th. Or, if you’re staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort or Villa you can stay an extra two hours after park close every Monday of the month thanks to Extended Evening Theme Park Hours.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

  • February 1st — 9AM to 9PM
  • February 2nd-3rd — 8:30AM to 9PM
  • February 4th-8th — 9AM to 9PM
  • February 9th-10th — 8:30AM-9PM
  • February 11th-29th — 9AM-9PM

And, there’s a chance to get even more time in Disney’s Hollywood Studios this week! The Disney After Hours is set to take place on February 21st and 26th, with ticketed guests being able to stay in the park an extra three hours from 9:30PM to 12:30PM.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

  • February 1st-4th — 8AM to 7PM
  • February 5th-24th — 8AM to 6PM
  • February 25th-29th — 9AM to 6PM

Don’t forget about Early Theme Park Entry too if you’re staying at a Disney World hotel!

Disney Springs

If you want to get in some extra shopping and dining during your trip, Disney Springs is the place to go! Here’s when Disney Springs will open throughout the month of February:

  • Sundays: 10AM-11PM
  • Mondays: 10AM-11PM
  • Tuesdays: 10AM-11PM
  • Wednesdays: 10AM-11PM
  • Thursdays: 10AM-11PM
  • Fridays: 10AM-11:30PM
  • Saturdays: 10AM-11:30PM

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

It may be February, but that doesn’t matter too much in Florida where it’s almost always warm! So, if you want to hit up Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park to check out the Frozen-themed water play area and more, it will open the following hours throughout the entire month of February with the exception of February 17th and 18th when the park is temporarily closed:

  • Sundays: 10AM-5PM
  • Mondays: 10AM-5PM
  • Tuesdays: 10AM-5PM
  • Wednesdays: 10AM-5PM
  • Thursdays: 10AM-5PM
  • Fridays: 10AM-5PM
  • Saturdays: 10AM-5PM

Keep in mind that these hours could change based on the weather. In the past, the water park has closed on particularly cold days, so check Disney’s website for any last-minute closures before you head to the park. Additionally, note that Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is currently closed for refurbishment, so Blizzard Beach will be your only water park option this month.

And, that’s a wrap on Disney World’s park hours in February! Note that all four Disney Parks have park hopping available for guests who have purchased a park hopper ticket from park opening to park close. If you are park hopping, be sure that you’ve scanned into your first park of the day where you have a park pass reservation for — otherwise, you won’t be able to get into the other parks (note that this only applies to guests with annual passes or non-date-based tickets)! And, be sure to stay tuned to The VacationEAR for more of the latest Disney hotel news and planning updates!

Learn about how you can get 30 EXTRA minutes in all the Disney World parks every day in February HERE!

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