Recent advances in the development of reactive machine-learned potentials (MLPs) promise to transform reaction modelling. However, such methods have remained computationally expensive and limited to experts. Here, we employ different MLP methods (ACE, NequIP, GAP), combined with automated fitting and active learning, to study the reaction dynamics of representative Diels-Alder reactions. We demonstrate that the ACE and NequIP MLPs can consistently achieve chemical accuracy (± 1 kcal mol−1) to the ground-truth surface with only a few hundred reference calculations. These strategies are shown to enable routine ab initio-quality classical and quantum dynamics and obtain dynamical quantities such as product ratios and free energies from non-static methods. For ambimodal reactions, product distributions were found to be strongly dependent on the QM method and less so on the type of dynamics propagated.