• On Sep 5, 2021
    Stephen from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Do you have a average number of people that usually come to the park the week of Nov. 13 - 20

    Hi Stephen!

    A late fall visit to Walt Disney World can be practically perfect! The weather is lovely, the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is happening, and some parks and resorts are already attired in their finest, festive holiday decorations.

    The week you are considering is an excellent choice. You will beat the Thanksgiving and Christmas school vacations when many families visit. My family enjoyed a mid November trip once and woke up one morning to find Disney's Wilderness Lodge completely transformed into a Christmas wonderland overnight.  

    While Disney does not release the number of guests who attend its theme parks, there are third party sites who seriously study the statistics of park visitors. Touring Plans has a Crowd Calendar that I often rely on. 

    Disney's Very Merriest After Hours will be held multiple nights during this week. My family has found these after hours events to be a great way to avoid long queues. Attendance is limited, so the lines for the over 20 attractions open tend to be short. There is a Mickey Christmas parade, Minnie holiday fireworks, music groups (the Reindeer Wranglers!), and endless snacks. Yes, you read that correctly. As much popcorn, ice cream, and Diet Coke as you can handle is part of the fun.

    Wishing you a wonderful adventure to visit the mouse!

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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

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