When to wear a polka dot dress
When: Friday, Feb. 24 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.p.m., Saturday, Feb 25 from 6:30 p.o. to 8 p.c.
Where: Disney World, Epcot, Disney Springs and Hollywood Studios.
Guests must show ID at check-in.
The Walt Disney World Resort will offer a special polka-dot dress program beginning at 10 a.m Friday, February 24.
Guests are encouraged to wear the dress to work, at the Disney Springs Marketplace, at Disney Springs Resort, and at the Disneyland Resort.
Guests who do not wear the polka dress are welcome to return it for a refund or credit.
Guests will also have the opportunity to customize their dress to match their theme park or theme park resort.
The theme park and theme park Resort will also offer free parking in the park’s car lots for the duration of the event.
Guests can also shop at select Disney retail outlets, including Walmart, Target, Kohl’s, and Target.
For more information, visit waltdisney.com/dress or call 407-WDW-DINE.
The new dress can be purchased for $30 at the Walt Disney Resort Shop or online at Disney.com.
In the past, guests have also had the option of purchasing a dress for $50.
Guests with tickets for Disney Springs on Feb. 25, 2019, are able to purchase a dress from 11 a.f. to 12 p.f., with the cost varying depending on which theme park they are in.
Guests visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios on Feb 25, 2020, can purchase a Disney Springs dress for the cost of $50 and receive a free parking pass for the entire day.
Guests attending Disneyland Resort on Feb 24, 2021, will be able to select a dress to purchase for $75 and receive $50 back at Disney’s Resort Marketplace.
Guests arriving in the afternoon and evening hours will be allowed to wear their dress for free, with a valid photo ID.
Guests without a valid Photo ID will receive a refund of $75 or credit for the $50 price tag.
Guests entering the park at Disney Parks Florida or Disney World Florida at noon will be charged admission fees at Disney-operated kiosks for the day, but the $75 fee will not apply to guests visiting the parks at Disney parks Florida or Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom Florida.
Guests at the Magic Kingdom can enter the park for free at Disney Theme Parks Florida, Walt Disney Theme Park Florida or Disneyland Resort Florida.
All other guests, including guests who are accompanied by an adult and children, are allowed to enter the parks for free.
Guests of all ages are also free to enjoy Disney Parks and Walt Disney Parks at the park without a ticket.
For the latest on the upcoming Disney World Winter Festival and other fun events, visit Disney.gov/winter.
The next two weeks, guests will enjoy the Walt Hollywood Resort, Epheria Resort, Disney Cruise Line, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park.
Guests coming to Disney Parks Disney Springs or Disney Springs will be offered a complimentary entrance ticket for admission to both parks.
Guests staying in hotels will be encouraged to take advantage of the “Hotel Select” option, which will offer complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner reservations for the next week.
Guests also may use the “Parking” option to access Disney Parks or Walt Disneyland Resort hotels.
Guests over the age of 65 may purchase a pass for $150.
The cost of the pass is based on the guest’s age, which can vary depending on the theme park.
For guests with a reservation, the fee is based upon the day of the reservation and will be mailed to the guest at the guest entrance.
Disney will provide guest ID at all hotel entrances.
Disney is offering complimentary parking at select theme park parking lots.
Disney Cruise Lines will provide free shuttle service between the park and the parks, including Disney Springs, Disney World and Walt Walt Disney Studios.
Disney’s Marketplace, Epicere, and the Marketplace at Disneyworld will offer discounted rates for guests who visit the park on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The Marketplace at Epcot and Disney Springs is offering special events to benefit the local communities.
For details, visit www.waltdisneys.com or call 800-WDWA-DANCE.
Guests and families visiting Disney World from outside of the U.S. are encouraged, however, to visit the parks and parks from the comfort of their own homes.
Guests, family and friends should be aware of the weather and stay inside as much as possible.
Guests should also be prepared to bring appropriate personal protective equipment, such as a jacket, pants, gloves and a head-covering for the event or theme parks.
In addition, guests should have a blanket, lawn chair and water bottle in their bags or purse to avoid being swept away by the crowds.
To learn more about the weather forecast, visit weather.weather.gov.