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  • On Jan 31, 2009
    Stephanie from MA Asked

    Hello, I love your panel. Me and my husband are going to disney world March 28-apr. 5 2009. We've never been during this time of the year. I was wondering what should we expect for weather and crowds? Thanks for you help. Stephanie Gauthier

    Stephanie, the time you have scheduled for your vacation is in the heart of spring break at Walt Disney World.  But the good news is that you can have a wonderful and magical time none the less! 

    For this time of year I suggest you make sure you have dining reservations in place and take time to plan out your days.  Be aware of the rides and attractions that use the FAST PASS and only do those attractions using that system.  Remember that attractions only give out so many FAST PASSES each day and often by early afternoon they are gone.  The result will be having to stand in lengthy lines.  Basically the early bird to the parks gets the most rides in for the day!

    Also check the park calendars to see which parks will have the Extra Magic Hours in the mornings and evenings.  This is another excellent way to enjoy your favorite things without the crowds of the day.  Many families return to their resorts to enjoy the pools and recreation there and then back to the parks for the evening hours.

    The weather averages from 58-80 degrees at this time of year so it is warm but comfortable.  This is not the rainy season so you also don't have as much chance at the afternoon storms that are common through the summer months.
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Meet the Panelist: Kay, Indiana

Hello Adventurers and travelers! I am Kay and a past Adventures By Disney mom for the panel. But now I am excited to share vacation planning tips for those heading out for an incredible vacation to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Kay

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