Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Feb 28, 2012
    Tori 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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    We are going to WDW Sept 10 - 13. We are planning on going to one park per day. Are there certain days of the week when each of the 4 main parks are the busiest? For instance, is Magic Kingdom busiest on a Monday? Thanks!

    Hi Tori! Figuring out the crowds at the Walt Disney World parks has become almost a science to some but in the end it is still hit or miss!

    Some believe that the Magic Kingdom is busiest on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays; Epcot busiest on Fridays; Hollywood Studios busiest on Sundays and Wednesdays; and Animal Kingdom busiest on Tuesdays. This generally follows the rule that when a park has Extra Magic Hours try not to spend the day there as the guests who don't have the Park Hopper option will go there to get the most for their time and money.  I sometimes follow that rule but always at least try to hop back to the park to enjoy those extra hours in the evenings when the crowds will thin out.

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