AllEars TV: What’s It Really Like When Magic Kingdom Crowds are Massive?

We’re going where thousands (and thousands and thousands) have been before: Magic Kingdom on New Year’s Eve. That’s right, we sent Molly into the lion’s den to see what it’s like when Magic Kingdom crowds get straight-up kookydooks on what’s typically the busiest day of the Park’s year.

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She’s bringing us crowd footage, info about long lines and park closings, and all the it’s-so-crowded-I-can’t-breathe feels. Click below, and be sure to practice some calming strategies if it gets to be too much… .

Have you joined the masses on some of Disney World’s busiest days? Share your experiences in the comments below. 

Sarah is a former high school English teacher, mom of three, and a (nearly) life-long writer. She's worked with since 2018 and loves sharing the Disney magic with readers.

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2 Replies to “AllEars TV: What’s It Really Like When Magic Kingdom Crowds are Massive?”

  1. I believe it would be more beneficial to show some old footage from the 80s and 90s of how uncrowded WDW was. If people saw how you could just walk on every ride with little of no wait time, walk into any restaurant without an advanced reservation, have a comfortable uncrowded ride on the monorail or bus, and walk down Main Street or world showcase and actually see open space, people would not put up with this current crap of packing people on like sardines and shaking them down for every dollar they have.

    1. Ken, I can’t agree. I’ve been going since the 80s and it just wasn’t as you describe. There were no fastpasses and standing in line for an hour for, say, 10000 leagues under the sea was normal, except in those days you had no idea what the wait time was going to be!