We'll make your Walt Disney World trip planning as easy as possible with our step by step guides and easy to use tools. Here are descriptions and links to some of our resources:
Our most popular Walt Disney World trip planning tool is our Crowd Calendar. We take every day of the year and rate them 1 to 10. You can use our Crowd Calendar to plan around kid's school schedules, holidays, and special events that happen at Walt Disney World. It’s a great way to take all the guesswork out of trip planning.
Get the most out of Disney’s FastPass+ ride reservation system. We have tips and strategies, how and where to make FastPass+ reservations, and FastPass+ rules and restrictions you need to know.
- Fastpass+ at Magic Kingdom
- Fastpass+ at Epcot
- Fastpass+ at Hollywood Studios
- Fastpass+ at Animal Kingdom
Touring Plans are cheat sheets that will help you save hours in line at Walt Disney World. They’re step by step itineraries that tell you when and where you need to go to beat the crowds. They’re also fully customizable so you can add more rides, meals, naps, and more. You can also use our free Disney World touring plan app to create your own customized touring plans.
Our Basics page has some simple guidelines to help you have a fun and efficient day in Disney World. We share some tips, such as how early you should arrive to the parks in the morning, and planning where you’re going to eat your meals. As well as links to our corresponding tools.
Extra Magic Hours is one of the most valuable perks Disney offers to guests staying in official Walt Disney World hotels. We’ll share all the tips you need to know to take full advantage Extra Magic Hours. Such as, which attractions have the shortest waits, how Extra Magic Hours affect attendance in the parks, and the most effective ways to tour the parks during EMH, and more.
Extra Magic Hours - Morning
Extra Magic Hours - Evening|
Our Walt Disney World mobile app, Lines will help you save time and money during your trip. We created Lines to figure out where to go and what to do during your Disney vacation. Find out actual wait times for every ride, show times, Touring Plans, dining menus to all WDW restaurants and food carts, and a thriving community of other users in our Lines Chat. No other app – even Disney’s official app – gives you as much unbiased advice about the Walt Disney World parks.
“Rope Drop,” as many Disney theme park call it, is a term for when the parks open for the day. Being at a park for its opening is a critical step in many of our Touring Plans, and being aware of the rope drop procedures gives you an edge. We have all the tips you need to know for rope drop at each of Walt Disney World’s theme parks.
- Rope Drop at Magic Kingdom
- Rope Drop at Epcot
- Rope Drop at Hollywood Studios
- Rope Drop at Animal Kingdom
We’ve been studying Walt Disney World crowd traffic pattern for over a decade and here we pass this information along to you. Find out how crowd patterns differ at the beginning of the day versus the end of the day, how early in the day certain attractions get busy, and more.