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  • On Jun 24, 2018
    Maria from NY Asked

    Hi - we are planning to visit Hollywood Stidios over the President’s Day weekend. Which day, Sat or Sun, is typically less crowded? Thanks for your help!

    Hi, Maria! Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. We’re so happy you stopped by!

    Hooray for a visit to the most magical place on earth! Holidays tend to attract larger crowds since more guests will have that time off to visit. But as Timon and Pumbaa would say, Hakuna Matata; no worries! A busy day at the Walt Disney World Resort is better than a not-busy day anywhere else. And with some good planning, you will have a truly magical time!

    Maria, crowd predictions are a tricky thing. There are so many variables that can affect crowds at the theme parks. That being said, there are some super helpful third-party sites that offer crowd calendars that might help you with your planning efforts. My favorite is found in the Undercover Tourist page.

    Don’t forget to lock in all your FastPass+ and dining reservations for the days you are visiting. These will help you save time and enjoy a nice break from the fun to refuel. 

    I hope this information was helpful! For any additional planning tips or advice, please be sure to stop by! 

    See ya real soon,

    Emille
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Meet the Panelist: Emille, Florida

Hi! My name is Emille. I’m a mom of two and wife to a wonderful fellow Disney nerd! As a current Florida resident and Annual Passholder, I love being able to visit the Walt Disney World Resort frequently. When I’m not at the Parks, you can find me leading worship at my local church or traveling with a prison ministry I sing and speak for. I look forward to answering your questions and sharing some of my favorite tips to help you plan your next magical Walt Disney World vacation! Learn More About Emille

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