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Picking When to Go

There are many things to consider when choosing when to go to WDW, ranging from weather conditions, special events, and possibility of getting discounts.  Let's look at the pros and cons associated with the different times of the year.​


Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom

What time of year you visit the parks will impact the overall feel of your trip, from crowd levels, weather, available offerings and more. Get a quick feel for just how different a trip in March versus August versus December can be and check out our visual snapshot overview to help you plan when to go. Read More


Epcot's International Festival of the Arts

The winter months of January and February are a great time to visit the parks if you can swing it. Between the great weather, generally lower crowds, and fun offerings like Epcot’s Festival of the Arts, this is one of our favorite seasons to plan for. Read More


Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival

Spring means it is time for Spring Break crowds, consequently parts of March and April can be some of the busiest times in the parks, with long lines, high Genie+ costs, and people everywhere you look. If you are working around a school schedule though, the milder weather and fun of Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival can make this a prime time to go. Read More


Hollywood Studio's Rise of the Resistance

There is nothing quite like summer at Disney, swelteringly hot with tons of humidity and pop up rain showers to make it extra fun. But at the end of the day, a super hot day at Disney is better than a more temperate day anywhere else right?! Read More


Donald and Daisy Duck 

With the return of kids to school in August, fall season kicks off at Walt Disney World. While some people may think fall in August is a bit much, Disney opts to take full advantage and introduce fall leaves and Halloween starting in August. The fall fun continues through September and peaks in October. Read More


Magic Kingdom at Christmas

There is nothing like the combination of the magic of the holidays and the magic of Disney. Starting in November and ramping up throughout the month, holiday decor, fun, and events can be found everywhere you look on property. As you might expect, the holidays also bring holiday crowds, with some of the busiest days of the year being Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Eve. Read More

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