Disney World Crowd Calendar
Our Crowd Calendar shows how busy each Disney theme park every day of your trip, on a simple 1-to-10 scale. Using our crowd calendar, you'll be able to plan
which park to visit each day to avoid crowds. You'll also see:
We're so confident in our crowd predictions that we show yesterday's results - our predictions and what actually happened - in the How We Did section of the page for everyone to see.
If you're trying to decide when to visit Walt Disney World, the crowd calendar will show you how busy Disney is across different weeks, months and seasons.
Don't lose 4 hours in line!
Our touring plans are customizable step-by-step guides for seeing Disney World’s best attractions and minimizing your wait in line. These plans - and the amazing technology behind them - have been featured in the New York Times, Wired.com, USA Today, The San Francisco Chronicle, and many more news outlets. We even got a U.S. patent for the technology.
Our touring plans will save you up to 4 hours in line versus families without a plan. 4 hours every day!
To get you started, we've created more than 150 touring plan templates covering Disney theme parks and water parks, for every kind of family. Every plan can be customized with:
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner reservations
- Mid-day breaks for naps and rest
- Fastpass+ ride reservations
- Character autographs and photos
- and more
Not sure how to use Disney's new FastPass+ ride reservation system? Our software will scan your custom touring plan and tell you exactly where to use Fastpass+ to save the most time in line.
When you're in the parks, you can follow your touring plan on your mobile phone. We'll even update your plan during the day if crowd conditions change. It's like having a GPS for Walt Disney World!
Save $21 to $98 on your Walt Disney World tickets right now
Disney World sells more than 160 different kinds of admission tickets. That makes it difficult to find the least expensive way to see everything you want. If you've got kids under age 10, you'll probably have about a dozen different ticket options to consider for your family.
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Know More at Walt Disney World Resort
Along with these trip planning tools, we've got hundreds of pages of travel advice including detailed ride reviews and on-board video, candid dining reviews from a professional chef, up-to-date, searchable menus and prices from every Disney restaurant, and Lines, our smartphone app rated #1 for Disney World in both iTunes and Google Play.
One of the first decisions you’ll have when booking a Disney World hotel room is which view to select. If you’re staying at the Yacht Club, for example, do any Garden View rooms have a view of the Stormalong Bay lazy river? If you’re on the monorail loop, does a Magic Kingdom View really improve your chances of seeing the Wishes fireworks? Is Savannah View at the Animal Kingdom Lodge worth the money?
To help you decide, we’ve spent the past year taking pictures of what you’ll see from the window of every Disney World hotel room – more than 30,000 individual photos. And they're all available here.
Why is choosing a room important? For one thing, you’re paying a premium to stay on-site. So consider these two photos, each of which is a room view you could get at random if you just let Disney make the decision for you. Don't leave your room view to chance. Find a great room and request it from Disney.