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Best time of year for Disney World?

Old May 24th, 1997, 04:06 PM
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Best time of year for Disney World?

What time of year is Walt Disney World the least crowded but still has nice weather?
Old May 24th, 1997, 04:30 PM
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The times when the crowds are least are September
and January. Also,during those times is when some of the rides and attractions close down for maintenance. That's the way Disney has always
operated. One of the nicest times to go is between
Thanksgiving and Christmas. All the attractions
should be in operation and the weather is
fantastic. Still warm enough if you want to try
one of the water theme parks. Also, everything is
decorated for the holidays and there is a special
holiday show, usually between Dec. 1st and the 20th.
Chech out ther web site for much info.


Old Jun 1st, 1997, 08:49 AM
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I also think Ocotober and May are good months for WDW. The weather is good both months and they are not crowded. We have gone for Mother's Day the last 2 years and haven't waited in line for anything.
Old Jun 14th, 1997, 01:10 AM
Shelagh Baynham
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I agree that between Thanksgiving and Christmas is an excellent time to visit. Our hotel staff told us it was their quietest time of the year. We rarely queued for anything, and we were in shorts and
T- shirts everyday although the evenings were a bit chilly.
Old Jun 14th, 1997, 03:32 PM
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Once went on Christmas Eve. The place was empty - it was great.
Old Jun 18th, 1997, 11:17 AM
Gail Higgins
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Of the two times that I've visited WDW, I think the
best time to go is in November, about a week before
Thanksgiving. It did rain off and on (out of our 5 days there we had 2 days of rain, and the rest sunshine), but we just put our ponchos on and usually when we came out of an attraction the rain had stopped. We never had to wait in any lines. Our second trip was during the first week of March and it was VERY crowded and the lines were VERY long. If you don't mind a little rain (and it is still warm), I'd opt for November.
Old Jun 22nd, 1997, 06:27 AM
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Late October or early November. Some of the attractions may be closed for repair, but there are no crowds which means no lines.

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