Posted: 03/01/20 by Explorer Travel Holidays
So you want to plan a trip to Walt Disney World? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Inside the Magic has got you covered with their 2020 Walt Disney World Crowd Calendar, a guide to the best times to go to Disney World in 2020. Their Crowd Calendar is full of tips and tricks for planning your 2020 Disney World vacation, from beating the crowds to saving the most money while on your trip.
Overall, the best times to go to Walt Disney World in 2020 — considering crowd levels, seasonal events, new attractions and shows, and possible money-saving deals — are…
- January 13-16, January 27-February 13: The beginning of the year marks a fresh start. No more holiday decorations throughout the parks and minimal crowd levels as school is back in session and most families won’t be travelling during this time. You will also get to experience the Epcot International Festival of the Arts between the end of January through February. Additionally, the beginning of the year tends to bring some amazing travel deals so you can save big on your Disney Resort hotel stay.
- February 25-March 3: Late winter tends to bring that mild Florida weather that we all love. Soak up the parks in their low-crowd glory! Plus, the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival makes its 2020 debut during the first week of March.
- The second half of August: The entire spring and early-mid summer season can feel intensely crowded at Walt Disney World lately, so if you’re not visiting at the beginning of 2020, opt for a second-half-of-August visit. By the end of the month you’ll be able to catch the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival as well as the first nights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
- Most of September: Continue celebrating Halloween at Walt Disney World Resort after most kids are back in school for the fall. Also, Food and Wine is in full swing, and even though the weather can still be pretty hot, it’s not nearly as bad as in June or July. The fall also has a history of bringing even more travel deals, such as the option to save big on your hotel or get free dining. This is never a guarantee, but something to keep in mind for sure.
- Weekdays in October: Even milder weather tends to greet October travellers, and as long as you’re hitting the parks on the weekdays, you shouldn’t have to brave heavy crowds.
- Weekdays in November (besides Thanksgiving week): Catch the end of the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival before it switches over to the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays. Plus, holiday decorations begin popping up all throughout the Walt Disney World theme parks, Disney Springs, and Disney Resort hotels in November, and you can even visit for the first few nights of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom.
- Weekdays in December (besides the weeks of Christmas and New Year’s Eve): The weeks of Christmas and New Year’s are almost guaranteed to be crowded. This is the busiest, most magical time of the year, after all! But as long as you plan to hit the parks on the weekdays, you shouldn’t have much to stress about. It will still be crowded, but not nearly as bad as on the weekends. And isn’t Christmas cheer enough persuasion for travelling to Disney?
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