Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jan 4, 2014
    Katie from TN Asked

    We are suppose to be at WDW March 16-21. I am freaking out a little because every site shows it is the busiest time. Is it really so crowded where my husband won't want to make a second trip? Should we push it out a month :( Have you traveled in this time?

    Hi Katie,

    I think the amount of information you can find when planning your trip to Walt Disney World is awesome, but sometimes it can make you worry. I'm hoping to put your mind at ease. Yes, March can be crowded because Spring Break is a convenient time for families to visit, but I think crowds are only a problem when you don't have a plan. 

    I think if you make some dining reservations and, as your trip gets closer, Fastpass+ selections you and your family will be well prepared. I have visited Walt Disney World many times in the spring and it's truly one of my favorite times to visit. Be sure to visit the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. Your family will be blown away by the incredible topiaries. 

    Thank you for visiting the Moms Panel! Be sure to let us know if you have any other questions.
    Wishing you a magical vacation!
    Amy H. 
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, North Carolina

Hey, Howdy, Hey! I'm Amy H. and I have been a fan of Walt Disney World since my first visit during the Magic Kingdom Park's opening year. I'm married to my favorite person in the world and since our son and daughter are in college, we have been enjoying more spur of the moment trips to the Most Magical Place on Earth. No matter the ages or size of your traveling party, I'd love to help plan you plan a magical vacation! Learn More About Amy

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