What is a crowd calendar? The Crowd Calendar is the easiest way to see how busy the theme parks are on any given day of the year. When you are starting to plan your Universal and Disney vacations, you can use it to pick the least busy times of year to visit. You can also see historical weather, holidays and special events. As you get closer to your Universal and Disney vacations, you can use the Crowd Calendar to plan which park (or parks) to visit on any given day.
You can also see park opening hours and key show times. How do we determine crowd levels? We use wait time data that we’ve collected for more than 10 years in predicting crowd levels—taking into consideration seasonality, holidays, special events, opening hours and other factors that go into planning Disney vacations. We also have unique insight into crowds based on hotel reservations and ticket trends.
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KennythePirate’s Walt Disney World Crowd Calendar for 2018 My free Disney World crowd calendar for each month is released approximately 195 days in advance of each month. On each calendar you’ll find the weather, levels for crowds, park hours, Extra Magic Hours, special entertainment offerings, best park / worst park, special events as well as dining and Fastpass+ booking windows! Are these the actual Disney World park hours? Yes, these are the actual park hours that come directly from a Disney source and are updated regularly with the dates posted.
The hours are updated often. Disney World typically updates their park hours mid-month, but updates can happen at any time and I post updates when these occur. How do I come up with my Disney World Crowd Calendar? My crowd calendar is based upon a variety of factors including Disney price seasons for the resorts, wait time expectations and actual theme park projections for attendance. How do I pick the best park for my dates? Click on one of my crowd calendars for Disney World based upon your dates, then you’ll notice that each park is ranked by red, yellow or green meaning worst park, median park, and best park to visit for the day.
By picking a green day and a green park, you’ll know when to visit Disney World. What is Extra Magic Hours Extra Magic Hours (EMH) are a benefit to Disney Hotel guests as well as Shades of Green, Swan and Dolphin Resort or Hilton Downtown Disney. Every day a theme park is one either one hour early or stays open two hours late just for these guests. During extremely busy seasons, more than one park offers Extra Magic Hours to these guests.
Can a guest that is staying offsite participate in Extra Magic Hours. No and Yes. What does that mean? Guests are required to tap their MagicBand to prove they are staying at a Walt Disney World hotel, Shades of Green, Swan and Dolphin Resort or Hilton Downtown Disney in order to enter the park for MORNING Extra Magic Hours. But the only place the MagicBand is actually checked is at the transportation and ticket Center attempting to visit the Magic Kingdom.
Once a guest enters the park for MORNING EMH, they aren’t required to prove they are a resort guest. However, EVENING guests are only required to tap their MagicBand at the attractions when they wish to ride. An offsite guest could wander the park and take photos of the exteriors without being harassed, but can’t ride, eat or shop. Should I use Extra Magic Hours? Morning Extra Magic Hours are a great benefit for Disney World guests until around noon when the park will be about 30 to 70% more crowded than a regular day.
With a good touring plan, you could do most of the things you’d like during morning Extra Magic Hours. Evening Magic Hours are only recommended at Magic Kingdom. When does Disney Transportation begin running each morning? Typically Disney buses are available to all Disney Hotel guests beginning 45-60 minutes before park opening. There is a dining bus that runs earlier for those with breakfast dining reservations at other Disney hotels or theme parks that offer breakfast prior to park opening.
KennythePirate’s Disney World Crowd Calendars If you are viewing on a desktop/laptop, you will see a week at a time with all the full details. It is printable. If you are on mobile, it will show in mobile format that will stream down the page. Share the news so others will know! Thinking about planning a Disney vacation? Let MickeyTravels help! Their services are always 100% free and their customer service is unparalleled.
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