Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On May 13, 2014
    Jeremiah from HI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    I really love the idea of Christmas week/day at Disney World but the crowd calendar on Undercovertourist.com shows the parks are packed! Is it just a bad idea? Should I abandon this romantic ideal and just come a few weeks earlier? Advice, please!

    Hi Jeremiah!
    Christmas in Walt Disney World is a terrifically "romantic ideal"!! Love it!!
    The bummer is that about 100,000 of your closest friends feel the same sentiment. Christmas week is extremely crowded (busiest time of year) and Christmas day most of all.
    You should not abandon your romanticism unless you really think that you and your travelling party cannot stand the crowd levels. But be advised, it WILL be busy.
    If you come just a week or two earlier, you can still enjoy the decorations and feel of the season without much of a crowd at all.
    I hope this helps and I wish you all a Magical trip!! :)
    Chris
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Meet the Panelist: Chris, Massachusetts

I am a Disney fanatic!! Since childhood, I have been a fan of all things Disney; particularly the theme parks! There is no place on Earth that I would rather spend my time and I look forward to helping you create everlasting memories of your own! Learn More About Chris

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