Disney World crowd levels – when is the best time to go to Disney World?

By Clare Swindlehurst

September 18, 2010 Articles 53 Comments

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When is the best time to go to Disney World?

Making the decision to take your family on their dream vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida is just the start; there are many decisions you will need to take and perhaps the most important is when is the best time to go to Disney World.

The Resort is one of the most popular vacation destinations and every day hundreds of thousands of people flock to the four theme parks. You’ll never find a time when the parks are so empty that you get them to yourselves, but you will find that some times of year are better than others for you and your family.

Personally we think the best time to go to Disney World is the first two weeks of November. We love this time of year because the crowd levels are low and the weather is warm enough for shorts and swimming but not hot enough that you melt when you step outside! It’s also the start of the Holidays, so while it might not feel like Christmas outside the World it certainly does inside with all of the parks dressed for the Holiday season.

Of course you might not be able to take your vacation in November, and besides if everyone did the crowds wouldn’t be low anymore so I’d rather if you didn’t icon wink Disney World crowd levels – when is the best time to go to Disney World?

Because the time of year you decide to visit Disney World plays a huge part in how much fun you will have I decided to write this book. We’ll take a closer look at each of the months in turn so you can decide which one is right for you and your family. I’ve included information on crowd levels, weather and special entertainment to help you decide.

I have noted which ‘Season’ is active for each month in respect of the Disney World Resorts. Disney has a number of different Seasons throughout the year.

Value is by far the cheapest, followed by Regular, Summer, Fall, Peak and then Holiday which is by far the most expensive. Sometimes the Value and Moderate Resorts have a different Season classification than the Deluxe Resorts. Disney does offer a number of packages and discounts throughout the year which can help make your vacation more affordable. Click here to see the current offers and make sure you bookmark the page so you can keep up to date with the latest deals.

Right, let’s get started and help you pick the perfect time to go to Disney World for you and your family…

Here’s the lowdown on the best weeks to visit Disney throughout the year:

Busiest Weeks to Visit Disney:

  • Christmas Day through New Year’s Day
  • Thanksgiving weekend
  • President’s Day weekend
  • Memorial Day weekend
  • College Spring Break (April)
  • Two weeks around Easter
  • Summer months – June, July and August

Best time to go to  Disney – Disney World quiet times:

  • Week after Thanksgiving until the week before Christmas
  • November up until Thanksgiving
  • September and October
  • January 4 until the first week in February
  • Week after Easter until early June

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Why January could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

The first week in January can be quite busy because lots of people like to celebrate the New Year at Walt Disney World. In 2012 New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday so January 1 and 2 won’t be as busy as in previous years due to people travelling home.

Some school districts have extended winter vacations until January 8 and the Marathon weekend is scheduled for the 6 and 7. You might see increased crowd levels during this time, as well as over Martin Luther King weekend (13 through 16). The rest of January should be quite quiet as far as crowds go. One thing you need to keep in mind is that low crowds brings shorter opening hours, but since you should be able to see and do more during the day you don’t need to worry if the parks close earlier in the evening.

What’s the weather like?

January is one of the mildest months of the year with an average daily high of 69(F) and an average low of 50(F). You should carry a sweater or light jacket to wear first thing in the morning and after the sun goes down.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

The majority of January dates are classed as Value, which is the cheapest of the Disney seasons. If you wish to vacation over the New Year, Marathon weekend or Martin Luther King holiday weekend then you should expect the hotel prices to increase during those times.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Park Entertainment: If you arrive early in the month you may well catch the tail end of the Holiday celebrations, including the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the afternoon Christmas parades at Animal Kingdom and the Magic Kingdom which are currently scheduled to remain in place until January 7.

Marathon: The Walt Disney World Marathon is scheduled to take place on the weekend of January 6/7. The course takes runners around all four parks and is extremely popular. If you would like to take part in the marathon then I’m afraid you’ll need to plan for 2013 as there are no places left for the 2012 event.

Take note: Brazil has a long vacation that begins in late January so it’s quite typical to see large Brazilian tour groups visiting the parks. They don’t have a big impact on crowd levels, just make sure you don’t get in line behind one of the groups or you could be in for a long wait!

Why February could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

Early February is one of the least crowded times of the year at Walt Disney World. As you might expect it will start to get busy on the Thursday before President’s Day Weekend and remain so until the end of that week thanks to some schools being out – in 2012 this will mean increased crowd levels from February 16 through 25.

What’s the weather like?

The weather in February can be cool and variable and you should expect to see some rain. The average high is 72(F) and the low is 53(F) with about a 25% chance of rain.

Don’t let the risk of rain put you off though as it can be a great thing at Disney as it keeps the crowds away; all you need is a poncho and then go relive your childhood and play in the rain.

Keep in mind that because this is a low crowd month Disney often takes advantage of this to refurbish some of the attractions. You will also find that either Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard beach will be closed for refurbishment; but it’s probably too cold for swimming anyway!

Is it an expensive time to stay?

The first two weeks of February are classed as Value Season, which is the cheapest time to stay. February 16 through 25 is classed as Peak Season and will be considerably more expensive.

The last few days of the month are classed as Regular Season where prices generally sit between the Value and Peak prices.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Half Marathon: The Princess Half Marathon takes place towards the end of February. Events include:

-Fit for a Princess Expo takes place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

-Disney Royal Family 5k starts at Epcot.

-Disney Royal Family Kid’s Races take place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Track & Field Complex.

-Disney’s Princess Half Marathon starts and finishes at Epcot. You must be 14 or over to take part.

The dates vary year on year, and the races are popular so you need to register promptly. Click here for information on the next Princess Half Marathon.

Why March could be the best time to go to Disney

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What are the crowds like?

Many school districts in the US have Spring Break and the dates span from March 12 through 31. Crowds during this time are well above average, but not as busy as the middle of the summer or Christmas periods.

We took a trip to Disney World during Spring Break in 2011 and while it was busier than we were used to we found that we could still enjoy the parks if we followed our normal strategy of arriving early, while all those Spring Breakers were sleeping (note you can read more about how to “beat the crowds” in my book Disney World Crowds and How to Beat Them!)

If you need to take your vacation time in March and you don’t want to experience Spring Break then stick to the first eleven days of the month.

What’s the weather like?

It certainly starts to get warmer in March but the highs can be anywhere from the mid-60s to the mid-80s. The average high is 77(F) and the average low is 57(F). The best thing to do is pack layers, because you may well want to wear a sweatshirt first thing in the morning and after the sun has gone down, but most days are warm enough for shorts and tshirts. We enjoyed lots of pool time too.

If you don’t like rain then March is a good month for you as it’s one of the driest of the year, only raining on about 16% of days.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

March 1 through 8 is classed as Regular Season, but from March 9 through to the end of the month you are in Peak Season territory, which is the second most expensive of the seasons.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival: This is one of our favourite events of the Disney World calendar and it runs each year from early March through late May.

If you vacation during the festival you’ll witness Epcot as it is transformed into a spring paradise of colourful flowers and no less than 75 topiaries of your favourite Disney characters. Oh and don’t miss the Butterfly tent, it’s truly amazing!

If you’re a fan of music from the 1960s and 1970s then you won’t want to miss the Flower Power Concert Series, which takes place each weekend during the festival at the America Gardens Theater.

Standard admission is required to enter Epcot but once inside the Festival is included in your ticket price. Note some activities may carry an additional charge.

Why April could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

Disney World is always busy during the Easter period so if Easter falls in April then you can expect the parks to be extremely crowded. As crowd levels go Easter is actually busier than the height of summer, the only time of the year that is busier is Christmas. If you’ve never been to Disney World before I really would not recommend planning a visit during the two weeks of Easter.

The good news is that outside of the Easter two weeks the parks are much less crowded.

What’s the weather like?

Weather-wise April is a really nice time to be in Orlando, with average highs of 82(F) and lows of 62(F). You can expect temperatures in the mid-70s to mid-80s each afternoon and there’s only an 18% chance of rain.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

The Easter period is expensive with nightly rates equivalent to weekend Peak Season rates. Hotel room prices fall outside of the Easter two weeks and are categorised as Regular Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival continues throughout April. Please see March for more details.

Traditionally Grad Nights have taken place in April but they were cancelled in 2012.

Why May could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

May is great time to visit and crowds are low to moderate. You will see crowds increase over Memorial Day weekend.

What’s the weather like?

The weather in May is starting to hot up, with average highs of 87(F) and lows of 69(F). It’s not unusual to experience temperatures in the mid-90s. It’s usually dry too, there’s only a 13% chance of rain.

The only downside to May weather is the Lovebugs. These pesky little bugs don’t bite or sting but they certainly make a mess of your windshield and if you’re anywhere near water you’ll find clouds of them flying around your head. Ironically we didn’t really notice them at all inside the gates of the parks.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

The whole month is classed as Regular Season so while it’s not the cheapest month to travel it’s not the most expensive either.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

May is a fantastic month to vacation in Disney World if you are looking for special events. Here’s what you can expect:

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival: The Festival usually continues through to the end of May. See March for more details.

Expedition Everest Challenge: In 2012 an after-hours event took place at the Animal Kingdom park. Just after sunset individuals and teams were able to brave this 5k trek which is held in the shadows of the Forbidden Mountain. You’ll have to overcome treacherous obstacles while scavenging for clues that will help you solve the mountain’s mystery and reveal the location of the party.

Challenge tickets include a one-day admission ticket to the Animal Kingdom – click here to see if the event is taking place again during your trip.

Star Wars Weekends: Another great reason to visit Disney World in May is so you can attend the Star Wars weekends, which take place at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The cost of attending is included in your regular theme park admission and each weekend sees a different Star Wars “celebrity” making an appearance at the park. You’ll have the opportunity to meet some of your favourite Disney characters dressed as their favourite Star Wars characters, which always makes for a great photo opportunity.

There’s usually a motorcade parade, Q&A sessions, prize giveaways, dance parties, autographs and of course limited edition merchandise.

Please note that the Star Wars celebrities do have autograph sessions and these are managed via the FASTPASS system. The machines are located outside the front gate to the park and if you want the chance to pick up an autograph you will need to be in line for a FASTPASS as early as 5am (yes you did just read that right!)

Why June could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

The first two weeks will have a moderate amount of visitors, but crowd levels will grow during the month as schools let out for summer.

What’s the weather like?

The weather is hot in June, with average highs of 90(F) and lows of just (72). We’re starting to move into the rainy season and it’s not unusual to get two inches of rain in a day. There’s a percentage chance of rain of about 38%.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

If you stay in the Value or Moderate Resorts then June is classed as Summer Season – which is slightly higher than Regular but less than Peak.

Surprisingly if you choose to stay in a Deluxe Resort then June is classed as Regular Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Star Wars Weekends: Most years the Star Wars Weekends extend into June. See May for more information.

Gay Days: This is an event that takes place in Orlando each and every June. It’s not a Disney event and most people don’t stay in Disney hotels, but there are scheduled days for them to visit the parks.

Sounds Like Summer: This concert series takes place at Epcot during June and July. The concerts generally take place at 5.45, 7.00 and 8.15 but times, dates and artists are as always subject to change.

Take note: In June and July those Brazilian school groups are a common sight again. They don’t impact on crowd levels but if you see a group of teenagers being led by someone holding up a flag don’t get in line behind them!

Why July could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

We’re into the height of summer now and the parks are crowded every day of the month. You can expect to see a surge in visitors over the Fourth of July weekend.

What’s the weather like?

It’s hot hot hot in July with average highs of 91(F) and lows of 74(F) and that’s mixed in with 75% humidity. Regular rain showers bring some light relief, there’s a 50% chance of rain each day.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

For Value and Moderate Resorts July is classed as Summer Season.

For Deluxe Resorts, the first half of the month is classed as Regular Season, while the second is Value Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Fourth of July Fireworks: July 4 fireworks generally take place at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios. The ones at the Magic Kingdom are by far the best but you can see both if you attend the “test run” at the Magic Kingdom on July 3 and then attend the Hollywood Studios or Epcot fireworks on July 4.

If you want to spend July 4 at the Magic Kingdom then be sure to arrive before 10.30am as this park often fills to capacity during July 4.

Sounds Like Summer: This concert series usually takes place through the end of July. See June for more information.

Take note: In June and July those Brazilian school groups are a common sight again. They don’t impact on crowd levels but if you see a group of teenagers being led by someone holding up a flag don’t get in line behind them!

Why August could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

Crowd levels stay high for the first three weeks of August and only start to reduce in the last week as children start to return to school.

What’s the weather like?

It’s hot, humid and there’s also the risk of hurricanes. You can expect average highs of 91(F) and lows of just 75(F), with humidity at about 90%. The hurricanes don’t usually affect Disney World itself as it is inland, but they may well affect your flights. The season also brings a 43% chance of rain and thunder storms.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

For Value and Moderate resorts August 1 through 4 is classed as Summer Season. The rest of August falls under Value Season.

If you want to stay in a Deluxe resort then the whole month is classed as value Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

There are normally no special events taking place during August.

Why September could be the best time to go to Disney

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What are the crowds like?

Crowds are traditionally low throughout September, and in recent years Disney has been running its Free Dining Promotion to try and encourage visitors. You don’t have to worry too much about this affecting crowds as most people try and eat their monies worth in the restaurants.

What’s the weather like?

The weather begins to cool in September but you can still expect average highs of 89(F) and lows of 74(F). Humidity remains high and there’s a 40% chance of rain thanks to September being peak hurricane season.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

September 1 through 27 is classed as Value Season in the Value and Moderate resorts, with 28 through 30 classed as Fall Season.

If you want to stay in a Deluxe hotel then September 1 through 27 is a great time as it’s classed as Value Season which is the cheapest time to stay. September 28 through 30 is classed as Regular.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival: The festival is usually scheduled to run from late September through mid-November. This annual festival is included in your regular park admission and brings food and wine from around the globe to the World Showcase. Note that some of the activities carry an extra charge.

You can literally eat your way around the World, sampling tastes from the country pavilions as well as guest countries like Australia. Tapas sized potions cost from $3 to $8 and you can pair your food with recommended wines and beers.

Eat to the Beat concerts take place three times each evening at the America Gardens Theatre usually at 5.15, 6.30 and 7.45PM.

Wine & Dine Half Marathon: This Half Marathon has taken place annually in recent years in late-September. The course starts out at 10PM at ESPN, goes through Animal Kingdom, onto Hollywood Studios and finishes up outside Epcot in time for the after-party.

If you’re interested in entering click here for more information.

Night of Joy: The Night of Joy usually takes place at the Magic Kingdom in early September. This Contemporary concert is a hard-ticket event that takes place between 7.30pm and 1am.

You can click here to find out more about the event and how to pre-book tickets.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: This not-to-be-missed hard-ticket event takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select dates throughout September and October. The party runs from 7PM until Midnight and many guests come dressed in their best Halloween costumes. You’ll be able to trick and treat with your favourite Disney characters all dressed in their Halloween finery. There’s a special Boo to You parade, and the absolutely amazing HalloWishes – a firework spectacular that takes place high above Cinderella Castle.

My husband and I attended the party a couple of years back and had a great time, and even the torrential rain didn’t dampen our spirits!

You can click here to find full details of party dates and book tickets.

Why October could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

October is a good time to visit Disney World as crowd levels are about average throughout the month. Columbus Day Weekend will bring more guests but nothing worth worrying about.

What’s the weather like?

Orlando weather starts to cool slightly in October but you can still see average highs of 84(F) and lows of 68(F). While the start of the month is the tail end of the hurricane season chances of rain are still low at around 25%.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

Value and Moderate resorts are classed as Fall Season for the month, with the exception of Columbus Day weekend where you can expect to pay weekend Regular Season prices for a room.

At the Deluxe resorts October 1 through 19 is classed as Regular Season with the exception of Columbus Day weekend, which again is similar to weekend Regular Season prices. October 20 through the end of the month is categorised as Fall Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival: The festival runs from late September through mid-November. See September for more information.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: This not-to-be-missed hard-ticket event takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select dates throughout September and October. See the September chapter for more information.
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Why November could be the best time to go to Disney

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What are the crowds like?

November is a great month for low crowds as long as you avoid Thanksgiving, which is one of the busiest times of the year (third only to Easter and Christmas). The crowds increase from the Sunday before Thanksgiving through to the Sunday immediately after.

It used to be that early November was pretty empty until the phenomena of Jersey Week began. Each year a convention takes place in Jersey and the schools close, and many of the families head to Disney World. In 2012 you can expect increased crowd levels for the two weeks following November 3. Don’t worry too much though if you need to travel in this period because as long as you have a plan the crowds are manageable. We generally arrive November 4 and stay through November 18 and don’t feel there is really an impact.

Arriving the Monday immediately after Thanksgiving is also a good idea if you do not like huge crowds.

What’s the weather like?

As a UK traveller I love November weather because it is warm enough for shorts and swimming but not unbearably hot, and humidity is low too. You can expect average highs of 76(F) and lows of 59(F), though be warned that the highs can be higher in the early part of the month and the lows can be lower towards the end. Generally there’s just a 23% chance of rain and we have had two-week stays without a single drop.

Note that one of the water parks will be closed for refurbishment.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

November is an affordable month; all resorts are classed as Fall Season with the exception of the Thanksgiving period, which is slightly more expensive than Fall but cheaper than Peak.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival: The festival usually runs from late September through mid-November. See September for more information.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: This not-to-be-missed hard-ticket event takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select dates throughout September and October. Some years there has also been a party on November 1. See September for more information.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party: This is another not-to-be-missed hard-ticket event which takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select dates throughout November and December. The party generally runs from 7PM until Midnight and includes an additional parade and special fireworks display above Cinderella Castle. There are also a number of cute stage shows that you can watch while eating the yummy complimentary cookies, which are washed down with hot cocoa. Many of the attractions stay open during the party too.

You can click here to see this year’s dates and to book tickets.

Holidays Around the World: Each year, towards the end of November, Disney brings in a number of storytellers from around the world to tell holiday stories. You’ll find them in each of the pavilions at Epcot’s World Showcase and this is a wonderful way to learn holiday stories and local traditions from around the world.

Candlelight Processional: This amazing stage show tells the story of Christmas through celebrity voices, a large choir and a 50-piece orchestra. The show takes place three-times nightly from late November through December at the America Gardens Pavilion in Epcot.

Holiday Illuminations: The already amazing fireworks display held nightly at Epcot features some additional holiday-only laser and fireworks effects. This one is definitely not-to-be-missed.

Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights: if you like to drive around your neighbourhood looking for holiday light displays you will not want to miss out on this one. Each night from dusk the Streets of America are lit up with an amazing dancing light display, and there’s snow too! The display usually lights up the evening from mid November through early January.

Why December could be the best time to go to Disney

What are the crowds like?

The first two and a half weeks of December are generally the best time to vacation at Disney World in terms of low crowds and cheap hotel stays.

As Christmas approaches the crowds begin to build, by the time you get to December 22 you’ll find yourself surrounded by wall-to-wall crowds and facing very long waits for the headline attractions.

The other busy days you need to be aware of are the Saturdays during the month when the Christmas Parade is filmed at the Magic Kingdom. If you want to watch the parade then be prepared to arrive at the gates very early, and if you’re not interested then go to another park.

What’s the weather like?

Extremely hard to predict. We’ve been in December and alternated between days with shorts and days where we’ve been fully decked out in our winter woollies! Average highs are historically 72(F) and lows are 53(F) but we’ve experienced higher highs and lower lows. If you’re planning a December vacation then be sure to pack layers.

Note that one of the water parks will be closed for refurbishment.

Is it an expensive time to stay?

The first three weeks (approximately) are classed as Fall Season at all resorts, which is affordable. From a couple of days before Christmas through the end of the year prices increase to their most expensive as they are classed as Holiday Season.

Are there any specific activities or entertainment?

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party: This is another not-to-be-missed hard-ticket event which takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select dates throughout November and December. See November for more information.

Holidays Around the World: Each year, towards the end of November, Disney brings in a number of storytellers from around the world to tell holiday stories. See November for more information.

Candlelight Processional: This amazing stage show tells the story of Christmas through celebrity voices, a large choir and a 50-piece orchestra. See November for more information.

Holiday Illuminations: The already amazing fireworks display held nightly at Epcot features some additional holiday-only laser and fireworks effects. This one is definitely not-to-be-missed.

Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights: if you like to drive around your neighbourhood looking for holiday light displays you will not want to miss out on this one. See November for more information.

Holiday parades: At some point during the month the parades at both Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom switch to the Christmas Holidays versions that are well worth seeing.

Holiday Wishes: Towards the end of the month the Holiday Wishes display which is shown during Mickey’s Christmas party takes the place of “normal” Wishes for regular park visitors too.

New Year’s Eve: The Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot all have special celebrations to mark the turning of the year. These parks are understandably crowded on December 31 so if you want to experience a specific night-time entertainment be sure to enter the park in the morning in case they fill to capacity.

  • Epcot shows Illuminations – with an added six-minutes of fireworks at the end. You can also take part in various dance parties at the countries around the World Showcase.
  • Hollywood Studios hosts a fireworks spectacular called Light, Camera, Happy New Year’s just before midnight. It’s a great show over the rooftops of the park’s buildings and as it’s less crowded here than Epcot or Magic Kingdom it’s a nice place to be for New Year’s Eve.
  • The Magic Kingdom is the only park to have their fireworks display – Fantasy in the Sky – on December 30 as well as New Year’s Eve and it’s a good idea to experience them on the first night when crowds are slightly less.

What about the weather?

Best weather months (average daily temps):

  • October (late hurricane season – chance of rain) – (75)
  • November (68)
  • February (62)
  • March (67)
  • April (72)

Warmest weather months (average daily temps):

  • May (77)
  • June (81)
  • July (82)
  • August (82)
  • September (82)

Mildest months (average daily temps):

  • December (62)
  • January (61)

There is a risk of rain at any time due to the tropical climate; usually in the form of scattered thunderstorms. You can expect most rain during the summer months (June to September) though this can be a welcome relief from the heat – a full day of rain is unusual.

More detailed Walt Disney World weather information can be found here.

Travelling in low season

While the weather may be more manageable there are some downsides to travelling in off-season. The parks usually don’t open until 9am and then tend to close earlier than in the summer months (9 or 10pm). Some attractions close for refurbishment during this time – and during the months of November through March only one water park is open instead of two. However the low crowd levels make it easier to tour the parks and lines are definitely shorter.

So there you have it – the best times to visit Disney World

Use this information on the best time to go to Disney to help you plan your vacation, but don’t worry if you have to travel during peak season because you have kids in school you can still have an enjoyable trip.

 


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