We’re Going to Disney World During a Hurricane in This NEW AllEars TV Video!

Have you ever wondered how Disney World deals with a hurricane? We’re taking a trip to the parks with AllEars TV to take a look!

Hurricane Dorian

Molly went to investigate the parks right after Hurricane Dorian and found some CRAZY LOW wait times and a lil’ bit about how Disney preps for a major storm!


While central Florida didn’t get the brunt of the hurricane, other places were not so lucky. If you have the means, please consider donating to the Red Cross or other hurricane relief agencies to help out those who were affected by the storm in the Bahamas.

Have you been in Disney World during a hurricane? What discoveries did you visit during your stay?

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4 Replies to “We’re Going to Disney World During a Hurricane in This NEW AllEars TV Video!”

  1. We were there last week from the 1st to the 6th and it was honestly the best trip we have ever had to Disney. The crowds were so low…weather was for the most part cooler and windy (i’m sure due to the hurricane). We rode everything we wanted with no wait! This was our first time being there to see Pandora…when we made fast passes two months ago of course Flight of Passage was not available but we were on and off of that ride in 15 minutes! That had to be one of the coolest ride I’ve ever been on. We thought about rescheduling the trip but decided to go for and I’m so glad we did! Mother/Daughter trip was a big success!

  2. We came a day early because we knew there would be some kind of closures. We got a lot done Monday and Tuesday because lines were short… extra, extra magic hours helped too! I didn’t find the lines short Wednesday like you did! Thursday and Friday the lines were the longest and coincidentally, they were the hottest days of the week.

  3. That was a great video, thanks for posting!

    Interesting to see what a Crowd Level 1 actually looks like, not a ghost town but queues are quick.

  4. I know that many bloggers enjoyed going to the parks for the “hurricane” (that never happened in Orlando.) But, please have some sympathy for those of us who heeded warnings….cut our trips short….and lost money on the whole ordeal. Yes, you got a park filled with no lines….I had very sad kids and long TSA lines.
    So, it is nice to see that Disney prepares for weather and had we not listened to warnings….we could have enjoyed an empty park too. Bummer for us :-/
    Also-word to the wise—don’t ever buy travel insurance from Southwest—it covers nothing.