It’s been another week down in the books since we’ve been in Disney World!
While we’ve been giving you updates on what the wait times and crowd levels have been like throughout the week, we’re here to bring you an overview of what Disney World looked like in all four theme parks!
Wait times all throughout Disney World have been WAY lower than we are used to in the middle of the summer. In the Magic Kingdom, most of the wait times ranged from only 5 to 20 minutes consistently throughout the week.
We noticed that the smallest queues usually happened around 10AM, with 3PM to 4PM having the longest (and by “long”, we mean about 45 minutes).
We saw quite a bit of fluctuation throughout the week at noon, however, with the wait times. Earlier in the week, the high for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Jungle Cruise only sat at 35 minutes. However, Splash Mountain took that spot at 45 minutes later in the week.
Many of the wait times were shorter at the beginning of the week in Hollywood Studios and picked up slightly as the days went on. The busiest time of the day we usually saw ranged from 10AM to 12PM with Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run reaching an hour or more usually.
However, some of the most popular attractions had wait times that fluctuated from no queue at all to 45 minutes, depending on the time of day. We did see that the waits in Hollywood Studios significantly dropped down in the late afternoon after 3PM, though.
We were SHOCKED to see such small wait times all week long in Animal Kingdom! The longest line we ever saw was 30 minutes for attractions like Na’vi River Journey, Flight of Passage, and Expedition Everest.
Most of the attractions were usually only 5 to 10 minute waits (which was pretty awesome). After 3PM, Animal Kingdom’s rides continued to drop down considerably with wait times only as high as 10 to 15 minutes sometimes.
Since EPCOT opened and closed later compared to the rest of the parks, we expected to see a ton of fluctuation in the wait times. However, they were consistently lower with lines that ranged from 5 to 30 minutes daily (even at popular attractions like Frozen Ever After and Mission: SPACE).
The highest waits we saw were usually at 3PM and 6PM, where Test Track would hit around 50 minutes during those points of the day. But, most of the time, the waits in the park were smaller so there was more time to enjoy Character Cavalcades or hop into one of EPCOT’s many restaurants.
As we keep heading back to the parks during this next week, we’ll be checking back to see how the wait times change (or even surprisingly stay the same)!
Have you been back to the parks yet? Let us know in the comments below!
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