Signage Reminds Guests That Disney World Theme Parks Have Reached Capacity

As you may know, Disney World has reached capacity for all four theme parks this Labor Day weekend. Since the parks reopened in mid-July, it has been a requirement that guests not only have a valid ticket for the day, but also a Disney Park Pass theme park reservation. The reservation is free to make, but has been tough for some guests to come by, especially Annual Passholders. Disney has a limited capacity for each theme park based on recommendations from health experts and local officials. Disney is not required to disclose what that capacity limitation is, but based on our observation, we expect that it is no more than 30% of a pre-pandemic capacity.

Of course, the Disney World area has been a popular spot this Labor Day Weekend, which TripIt data suggesting that it’s the most popular vacation destination in the entire United States. As a result of increased demand this weekend, all four Disney World theme parks are at capacity, and Disney has signage throughout the resort informing guests of that fact.

At theme park parking plazas, signage reminds guests that the parks are at capacity and that a reservation is required to enter.

At the Disney Skyliner resort stations, more signage can be found noting that the parks are full.

Even at the bus stops, guests are reminded that they must have a Disney Park Pass reservation and reservations are no longer available.

We’ll have more on exactly how busy the theme parks were this Labor Day Weekend early next week.

As always, keep checking back with us here at as we continue to bring you the latest news and photos from around the Disney Parks!

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