Trying to find out if the parks are open later during the week of Christmas or if they have the extended hours at all? Also, what it the weather usually like?
- Asked by sheri from NJ on 3/10/2008
As the Christmas holiday nears, the parks do stay open longer.In December 2007, the Magic Kingdom hours were:December 22 -9:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.December 23-28 -9:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.December 29-31 -8:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.The Evening Extra Magic Hours... read more
Hi again thanks for the great advice and I have one more ?. Do they show wishes in December or is it a holiday fireworks show like at the MVMCP? You guys are great at this stuff. It's our first time coming in December. Thanks Faith
- Asked by Faith from IN on 3/8/2008
Your first visit during the holiday season will almost feel like your first time at Walt Disney World. You’ll be awestruck by the holiday decorations, music and special shows.“Wishes” was shown every evening this past December. (There was a second... read more
Myself and a group of Friends are planning on heading to Disney in the middle of November but we want to see it all decorated for Christmas, when do you think its best to visit in November to get the most decorations???
- Asked by Cindy from NL on 3/5/2008
The middle of November is a wonderful time for a visit to Walt Disney World (WDW). I would suggest arriving after the Veteran’s Day holiday but prior to Thanksgiving week. Crowds will likely get larger as you approach the weekend before Thanksgiving... read more
When do the holiday crowds thin out? Thinking of changing dates for Dec.25-29 to Dec.31-Jan3. Are the holiday parades still going then? decorations up? I 'm wondering if it's worth the change. I know it's a little cheaper,too. you always help me decide.
- Asked by Jennifer from SC on 2/20/2008
Out of personal experience, I have found that the date ranges you note (Dec 25 - Jan 3) are equally crowded unfortunately. You may find a slight decline as you approach the 3rd, but I am not sure it worth changing simply due to... read more
My family of 5 will have our 1st WDW trip over the "crazy busy" time of Spring Break/Easter. I was wondering where I can find any planned Easter activities for the parks and or our resort (POR). We leave the day after Easter. THANKS.
- Asked by Rachell from TX on 2/4/2008
There are some resorts that have easter egg hunts, just ask where to find the hunts at check in. Cinderella's Royal Table does have an Easter Meal, however it was holiday pricing when we attended. We also were able to meet the Easter... read more