Best And Worst Times To Visit Disney World This Year

People say Walt Disney World is the “happiest place on Earth,” but if you’ve ever been there during sweltering summer days with maximum capacity crowds, you might not get that same warm and fuzzy feeling about the theme park. With more than 20 million visitors every year, Disney World is almost always crowded, but when you’re planning a trip, there are some times during the year that are busy than others, and that’s when you want to go.

According to UnderCoverTourist.com , the least crowded times to visit Mickey Mouse and his friends in Florida in 2019 are:

  • February 1st to 15th; Feb. 22nd to March 1st
  • The last two weeks of August (with the exception of August 31st because of Labor Day weekend)
  • Most of September (except for Labor Day Weekend)
  • Weekdays in the first two weeks of November
  • Weekdays in the first two weeks of December

Holidays and summer months tend to be the busiest times to hit Disney, so you might want to steer clear of making reservations during those times. There are also certain events, like the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival that really draw people in, so if you’re trying to avoid the crowds, keep that in mind.

These are the days when Disney is expected to have the highest attendance, so you might not want to go then:

  • Valentine's Day
  • President's Day weekend (Feb. 15th to 20th)
  • March 9th to April 28th (Spring Break and Easter weekend)
  • Weekends in May (especially Memorial Day weekend)
  • The month of June
  • The month of July (especially the 4th of July weekend)
  • The beginning of August (Aug. 1st to 12th)
  • Labor Day weekend
  • September 27th to 29th
  • Most weekends in October (especially Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend October 31st to November 3rd)
  • Halloween
  • Every weekend in November
  • November 20th- December 1st (Thanksgiving Break)
  • Every weekend in December
  • December 18th, 2019 to January 6th, 2020 (Winter Break)

Source: Town and Country

 

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