Our Crowd Calendar is here to help you Skip the Lines!
We’ve taken our extensive in-park research as well as data from our top-selling Disney World mobile apps and developed this powerful planning tool. Bear in mind that the crowd calendar is updated as we get closer to an actual date, usually after Disney has published updated operating hours, which provide another indication of how busy the parks will be.
Now look at the week beginning Monday, Sept. 14. It’s a “Green” week. Overall crowds are expected to be light.
When there is a difference of two between daily crowd levels, the park recommendations are less important. For example, if you were visiting the parks on Dec. 7 and 8 and were set on visiting Magic Kingdom® Park, the lowest crowds for that park would be on Dec. 8 (even though it is a "Green" park in comparison to the other parks on Dec. 7) because the overall daily crowd level on Dec. 8 is significantly lower.
Want to know how to Skip the Lines with 6 easy tips? From deciding when to visit to eating an early lunch, you’ll find my best tips for saving lots of time at the top of Leap’s Crowd Calendar page. You'll also find helpful information for planning your visit at the bottom of Leap's Crowd Calendar Page.
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