Spring Break at Walt Disney World Theme Parks

March 5, 2014

Orlando, VME

Walt Disney World

Dear Orlando Visitors,

Although there are no exact dates for Spring Break at Walt Disney World Theme Parks, from mid-March to mid-April, the parks are crowded with families and groups of friends wanting to participate in the magic! Framed around public school Spring Break and Easter calendars, this busy period means that the crowds are nigh inescapable.

These crowds are no reason to avoid the parks during this exciting time though! You can still make the trek to Florida to get some sun in order to revitalize themselves to make it through the school year until summer break. So when you visit, consider these tips while planning your Disney vacation:

Arrive at the parks before they open. You can enjoy a lot of great attractions in the first hour after they open, as most of the crowds come a little bit later in the day.

Eat your meals during an “off” meal time. You can make the most of the attractions during the prime lunch and dinner times – and it also means you get to avoid the crowds during the heat of the day while you take a meal around 3 p.m. instead of 5 or 6 p.m.

Don’t mind missing parades or fireworks shows. Although the parades and fireworks shows are worth seeing, visiting the attractions during those events means low wait times and more personal attention from the staff.

Most of all, be patient. No matter what, if you’re visiting during Spring Break, there will be crowds and waiting in line is difficult. Being patient means that your friends and family will have a more enjoyable time – and so will you!

While these parks will be crowded, visiting Disney World during Spring Break is one of the best ways to escape the cold!

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3 Comments on “Spring Break at Walt Disney World Theme Parks”

  1. Jonny M. Says:

    I haven’t been to Disney in some time, I really do miss it though… I should go back so I can get that good Disney feeling back that I have been missing for a bit.

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  2. Kayla Says:

    I went there when I was a child! It was the greatest experience of my life! There was absolutely nothing better than the feeling of seeing my favorite characters, riding the rides, and creating those special bonds with my family! This coming year I’m taking my children and husband and can’t wait for our family to make those same bonds that I got such a long time ago!

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  3. Danielle Says:

    I haven’t been to Disney in about 10 years, when I was a child. From what I remember it was an amazing experience… I had tons of fun with my family and there was always something to do. I can only imagine how much better it is now.

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