And, you’re going to want to see what the waits were like around Disney World this past week!
Magic Kingdom saw many of its attractions this week either stay at the same average wait time or drop slightly. Each of the attractions were underneath an hour once again with the most popular places being Peter Pan’s Flight with 33 minutes, Jungle Cruise with 38 minutes, and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train with 42 minutes again.
Carousel of Progress: 3 minutes
Dumbo the Flying Elephant: 6 minutes
Magic Carpets of Aladdin: 7 minutes
Mad Tea Party: 6 minutes
Tomorrowland Speedway: 9 minutes
Barnstormer featuring the Great Goofini: 6 minutes
Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid: 9 minutes
Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: 21 minutes
Mickey’s PhilharMagic: 10 minutes
Haunted Mansion: 26 minutes
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin: 16 minutes
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel: 8 minutes
Astro Orbiter: 22 minutes
Peter Pan’s Flight: 33 minutes
it’s a small world: 11 minutes
Space Mountain: 19 minutes
Jungle Cruise: 38 minutes
Pirates of the Caribbean: 15 minutes
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: 14 minutes
Splash Mountain: 21 minutes
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train: 42 minutes
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover: 10 minutes
Liberty Square Riverboat: 3 minutes
Tom Sawyer Island: 0 minutes
Disney’s Hollywood Studios also had most of its attractions’ waits drop a bit this week. However, Slinky Dog Dash had the longest wait of 51 minutes around Disney World still! The other longest lines were at Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at 30 minutes, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run at 35 minutes, and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway at 39 minutes.
Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy: 13 minutes
Muppet Vision 3D: 10 minutes
Alien Swirling Saucers: 16 minutes
Star Tours – The Adventures Continue: 8 minutes
Toy Story Mania: 25 minutes
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster featuring Aerosmith: 30 minutes
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run: 35 minutes
Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: 29 minutes
Slinky Dog Dash: 51 minutes
Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway: 39 minutes
Unlike many of the other parks, EPCOT saw some very small increases in wait times around the park! However, the lines were still on the shorter side with low wait like 15 minutes at Soarin’, 18 minutes at Mission: SPACE, and 36 minutes at Frozen Ever After and Test Track.
The Seas with Nemo and Friends: 8 minutes
Gran Fiesta Tour: 10 minutes
Living with the Land: 7 minutes
Journey into Imagination: 5 minutes
Spaceship Earth: 8 minutes
Mission: SPACE: 18 minutes
Soarin’: 15 minutes
Frozen Ever After: 36 minutes
Test Track: 36 minutes
Turtle Talk with Crush: 10 minutes
After quite a few longer wait times recently, Avatar Flight of Passage has continued to see a downward trend with only a 43 minute wait this week! All the other waits were under 40 minutes this week at spots like 12 minutes at Kali River Rapids and Expedition Everest, 14 minutes at Kilimanjaro Safaris, and 28 minutes at Na’vi River Journey.
TriceraTop Spin: 5 minutes
Kilimanjaro Safaris: 14 minutes
Kali River Rapids: 12 minutes
Dinosaur: 8 minutes
It’s Tough to Be a Bug: 9 minutes
Expedition Everest: 12 minutes
Na’vi River Journey: 28 minutes
Avatar Flight of Passage: 38 minutes
As we continue to make our way around the parks, we’ll be sure to give you a look at everything happening in Disney World soon!
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