Disney closes Magic Kingdom to some guests for 2nd day in row due to park capacity

Internal Disney website says park was under Phase A closing

Disney has reportedly closed the Magic Kingdom to some guests on Tuesday for the second day in a row due to reaching capacity in what is typically one of the most crowded weeks of the year.

Internal Disney websites say the Phase A closing means means that guests with single day Magic Kingdom tickets are not being admitted as of 11:45 a.m.

All other parks remain fully open. 

Guests being denied entry to Magic Kingdom will be given free parking for one of the other parks and free quick-service dining for up to six guests, reports say. 

On Monday, Magic Kingdom closed to guests buying one-day, one-park passes and guests park-hopping from other Disney parks. The park reopened to guests at around 3 p.m.