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  • On Oct 22, 2008
    Marcy from SC Asked

    We will be at MK 12/28 and 12/30 and Epcot on 12/29. I know this is one of the most crowded times but I wanted to see the decorations! Any ideas on avoiding the crowds and any are their any related things that are a must see?

    You must be at the parks prior to the scheduled opening time. You will get more attractions done in the early morning hours than during the busier afternoon. If the park that you choose to tour has a morning Extra Magic Hours, please get there prior to the start of EMH.

    The decorations at Christmas time are truly beautiful. You'll find the restaurants, hotels and parks decked out in their holiday finest. Oh, and those beloved characters will be in their holiday attire too!

    12/28 Epcot
    12/29 Magic Kingdom
    12/30 Magic Kingdom, then Epcot in the evening

    Consider the above touring plan. The Magic Kingdom has morning and evening Extra Magic Hours on December 28th and will draw even more crowds. Guests will plan to tour Epcot on the 29th due to the evening EMH.

    In addition to touring the parks, you should stop to see the Grand Floridian and Wilderness Lodge resorts.

    Have a merry Christmas with Mickey!


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