In this week’s episode of TouringPlans Teaches, I’m going through how to approach one of the highest-crowd days at Magic Kingdom. If you have plans to visit Walt Disney World during Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years or Spring Break, this is the video you need to watch. This is one of the most-requested strategies in the past few weeks since so many people travel during these crowded periods, and having a plan is absolutely necessary so that you don’t get overwhelmed.
Bonus! This week I give two different strategies for the same day. One is for offsite guests who can’t do early entry, but are willing to pay for Genie+ and Individual Lightning Lane. The other is for onsite guests that don’t want to mess with Genie+ or Individual Lightning Lane, but will take advantage of early entry.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this video:
- Where to start your morning to avoid the longest lines later in the day
- How to spend your afternoon avoiding lots of people
- Why you should do a table service dinner on crowded days
- Where the best parade spot is in the Magic Kingdom
- How to accomplish up to 18 (EIGHTEEN!) attractions even on the highest-crowd days, plus two meals, a parade, fireworks and some downtime. Phew!
Join me below (or on YouTube) as we walk through these two example strategies for the highest-crowd days at Magic Kingdom. And, as always, don’t miss the special guest star!