Disney…When Is the Best Time To Go?

May 29, 2011 at 1:36 am Leave a comment

This was pulled from Couponing to Disney and thought it was valuable information.  And not to mention a good idea to have a “Disney” bucket in this blog especially since I plan on going for the first time with our kids next year.


Disney Training: When is the best time to go to Disney?

If you aren’t interested in purchasing a subscription to Touring Plans (http://www.couponingtodisney.com/2011/05/26/disney-training-determine-your-travel-dates-with-touring-plans/)
determine your travel dates, there is another VERY easy (and free) way to
determine if your dates are going to be crowded. Disney raises the prices up
when they expect crowds.

::Check the prices of your travel date here under All Star Movies. (http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/disney-rates-2011.htm)
If your date is expensive, expect crowds.::

Another rule of thumb is if the schools are out, it’s going to be
. I highly recommend that you do NOT travel to Disney World on
any holiday, even President’s Day, unless you have to. If your family can choose
another week, do it.

Least crowded times of the year….

  • Mid January through March (avoid Martin Luther King and President’s Day)
  • The first 3 weeks of May
  • Mid September through the week of Thanksgiving
  • First 2 weeks in December

Most crowded times of the year (expect park closures; massive

  • The 2 weeks of Christmas break
  • Easter week
  • 4th of July
  • School holidays and breaks (especially Spring Break which falls from mid
    March to late April since Spring break is not the same week throughout the

Best days to visit

The absolute best time to visit Disney World is during the week. If you can
schedule your vacation to begin on a Monday and end on a Sunday, that would be

Absolute best time to visit Disney

The absolute best time to visit Disney is when it works for your family.
Don’t let this post deter you from traveling because you can’t go when it isn’t
predicted to be busy. With a game plan, you will see and do a lot. We have been
when it was very crowded (according to Touring Plans) and we still didn’t wait
more than 10-15 minutes because we had a plan.

What is your favorite time to visit Disney World?

Please leave the answer in the comment section!

Entry filed under: Disney, Places to Visit.

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