Heading to Disney World for Spring break? You’re going to want to pack your patience, because one upcoming week is already shaping up to be extremely busy! Will you in Disney World during this busy week?
High crowds, high waits
During any kind of holiday or school break week, there is one thing Disney can guarantee: crowds. It seems when school is not in session, many flock to Walt Disney World for a fun vacation!
And if there are lots of people visiting Walt Disney World, you had better pack your patience! Lines for everything will be long!
If you’re hoping to Mobile Order food, be sure to do it early, because you won’t be able to get an immediate times.
You’ll also want to be prepared for long wait times for attractions. Check out how long Guests waited for attractions during the recent President’s Day holiday weekend!
Park Pass Reservations
Disney’s Park Pass reservation system debuted in July 2020, when the Parks reopened after the extended closure. The system was developed to help Disney control capacity in the Theme Parks.
The Park Pass system helps Disney control attendance in the parks. There are three different categories of ticket holders: Resort Guests, Theme Park Ticket holders, and Annual Passholders. Each of these ticket holder categories different passes, so some categories will sell out before others.
Monitoring Park Pass availability can show Guests what to expect as far as attendance as well. One upcoming March week is looking to be very busy!
A busy week in Disney World
The week of March 13 is shaping up to be a busy one, with Park Pass reservations nearly gone on several days that week!
On Monday, March 14, and Tuesday, March 15, Theme Park ticket holders and Guests with Resort reservations will only be able to book passes at Epcot. Each of the other 3 Parks have no pass availability for that day.
On Wednesday, March 15, and Thursday, March 16, Hollywood Studios is completely booked for Theme Park ticket holders and Guests with Resort reservations.
Other busy days in March
On Tuesday, March 1, Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are both completely booked for Theme Park ticket holders and Guests with Resort reservations.
And on Thursday, March 3, Hollywood Studios is unavailable for Theme Park ticket holders and Guests with Resort reservations.
Will you be in Disney World on any of these booked to capacity days? Let us know in the comments below, or tell us on Facebook.