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Disney Announces Free Theme Park Admission for Resort Hotel Guests in 2025

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Disney has just announced a thrilling new deal that will make it easier than ever for guests to enjoy two of Disney’s iconic theme parks.

While many Disney Park fans only think of Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios Park, there are actually two more parks located on the property. These water theme parks are Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Now, a terrific new deal will change the game for guests hoping to visit these amazing parks.

Related: Which Disney Water Park Should You Visit: Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon?

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Free Park Admission to Begin in 2025

As we mentioned before, Walt Disney World in Florida boasts two incredible water parks: Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Typhoon Lagoon is themed around a storm-tossed tropical bay, featuring the iconic Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool, one of the largest wave pools in North America. Blizzard Beach, on the other hand, is styled as a melting ski resort, with Mount Gushmore at its center. Each park offers a unique experience for guests visiting the Walt Disney World Resort.

Typhoon Lagoon, known for its lush landscaping and thrilling water rides, is home to attractions like the thrilling Summit Plummet and the leisurely Castaway Creek lazy river. The park’s centerpiece, Mount Mayday, is where guests can brave the fast and fun water slides or relax in the shade of the Beachcomber Shack. Additionally, Typhoon Lagoon features the Ketchakiddee Creek area, perfect for younger visitors to enjoy water play in a safe environment.

Blizzard Beach, famous for its winter-themed attractions in the midst of a Florida summer, presents guests with the chance to experience the pulse-pounding thrills of Summit Plummet and Slush Gusher. For those seeking a more relaxing time, the tranquil Cross Country Creek offers a scenic raft ride around the park. Guests can also take on the challenge of the Toboggan Racers or enjoy the family-friendly fun at Tike’s Peak.

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Both water parks at Walt Disney World provide a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks. Whether you prefer the excitement of Typhoon Lagoon’s wave pool and water slides or the unique charm of Blizzard Beach’s themed attractions, a day spent at these water parks is sure to create lasting memories for visitors of all ages. Walt Disney World continues to impress guests with its variety of offerings, including these fantastic water park experiences that perfectly complement the magic of the resort.

An Incredible New Deal!

Beginning in 2025, guests who choose to stay at a Disney Resort hotel will have the delightful opportunity to kick off their vacation with a splash! As part of this exciting new offering, visitors will receive complimentary access to either Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach water park on the day they arrive and check in to their resort. This incredible perk allows guests to start their watery adventure right away, immersing themselves in the thrilling attractions and refreshing pools of Disney’s renowned water parks.

By including admission to these world-class attractions from the moment guests step foot on the resort, Disney aims to enhance the overall vacation experience and ensure that every moment of their stay is filled with fun and excitement. This innovative initiative not only adds value to the guests’ stay but also sets the tone for a magical and memorable visit to the Walt Disney World Resort.

If you are hoping to take advantage of this incredible deal, packages and tickets for 2025 vacations are set to begin tomorrow!

About Eva Miller

Eva was born and raised in the beautiful state of Oregon but has since relocated and lives in New York City. Since she was young, Eva has loved to perform in musicals, especially Disney ones! Through performing, Disney’s music became the soundtrack of her childhood. Today, Eva loves to write about all the exciting happenings for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Eva loves to travel, spend time in nature, and go to Broadway shows. Her favorite Disney movie is 'Lilo and Stitch,' and her favorite Park is Disney's Animal Kingdom.

2 comments

  1. Not much of a deal unless you are a few hours drive to your hotel. Those of us who fly probably arrive late morning at MCO at the earliest after getting in your departure airport at 5 in the morning. Now add at least an hour to get your luggage and transportation to the hotel. Then add on an hour to get bus transportation to the waterpark of your choice. So now you have just a few hours at the waterpark before it closes. Throw in the possibility of afternoon thunderstorms there is no benefit at all.

    I don’t want to be negative about this but if Disney really wanted to make it a perk for hotel guests they would make it any day. It won’t affect me. I still have 3 adult and 1 child ticket from years ago. Times 2. We really don’t enjoy the waterpark parks. Too many people who didn’t know how to act in the wave pools and other areas. Nothing like having your kids slammed into the concrete floor of the pool because people don’t consider who is in front them.

  2. Not sure if I understand.
    You can go after you check in? But if you can’t check in until 3PM that doesn’t leave any time to go to the park as they close very early.
    Or do you just show at the gate fhat you have a hotel resevation starting that day?

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