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    Default Re: Walt Disney World and Disneyland(s) Discussion

    Late November can be busy due to Thanksgiving. January/February would be a great time since school is in session and there aren't really any holidays that time of year. Weather would be decent, too.

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    Thanks! I have looked at late Jan before, so will keep an eye on school times when planning.
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    Late January is the time we usually go. Parks are pretty quiet then.

    Weather can be iffy. Has been really hot and also really cold on different trips.

    But based on lower park attendance, my favorite time to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunk View Post
    I LOVE Disney World. Have been a few times. Plastic fantastic.

    Is late November really the best time to go regarding weather and lines? What's January/Feb like?

    We've only been during the busy season July-Aug before but I guess we've been lucky with the lines because never had to wait more than 30mins and just plan our fast passes really well. We waited longer for dinner each day - especially Be Our Guest on our dining plan.
    Weather will always be unpredictable when planning this far out, but November (especially later in the month) is not a good time to go in terms of wait times. Lines are super long due to the Christmas season underway at the parks. The holiday decorations go up before the Thanksgiving holiday. As a matter of fact, their holiday parade is already up and running at this time.

    From my experience the best chance at seeing shorter lines is during the latter half of January or latter half of February. Obviously, your mileage may vary, but you will have a blast either way. Plan ahead. Since you've already been a few times, consider trying attractions you've never visited first. However, if there's a couple of coasters/rides that you establish is a 'must ride', do those first. Take lots of pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
    Weather will always be unpredictable when planning this far out, but November (especially later in the month) is not a good time to go in terms of wait times. Lines are super long due to the Christmas season underway at the parks. The holiday decorations go up before the Thanksgiving holiday. As a matter of fact, their holiday parade is already up and running at this time.

    From my experience the best chance at seeing shorter lines is during the latter half of January or latter half of February. Obviously, your mileage may vary, but you will have a blast either way. Plan ahead. Since you've already been a few times, consider trying attractions you've never visited first. However, if there's a couple of coasters/rides that you establish is a 'must ride', do those first. Take lots of pics.
    Thanks. Yeah, we've learned the value in thoroughly planning ahead of time. We do an itinerary before we go and stick to it for the most part. We go into the parks late morning, after relaxing at the hotel/pool. Sometimes later because of the heat. We aim for parks on the days with extra magic hours. That way, we can stay in the actual chosen park for a lot longer, even though we go in later, and we can get more mileage because most people have left by 10, 11, 12pm etc. Less kids. Last time, we went on Buzz Lightyear four or five times in a row because of the zero lines and the same with other rides like Little Mermaid etc. We use fast passes on the rides with long wait times, and use them earlier in the day. So, get the "WE MUST GO ON THAT ONE!" rides done and dusted nice and early. That then takes the pressure/stress off.

    Also, by planning ahead, we can book our dining in those particular parks. That way, we don't have to jump from one to another, wasting time on travelling.

    We're quite slick at the planning now, it's just that I would prefer to go when it's cooler. Not bothered about rain because it rains during the summer anyway.

    So, looking like we'll late Jan/Feb and see the difference.

    Thanks, guys! Advise is much appreciated
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