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Best Time to Visit Orlando Area Attractions such as Disney World

Many of our guests wonder as to when is the best time to visit Disney area theme parks and attractions in Orlando, Florida.

Our answer is – it depends. However, you should keep in mind the following facts and decide as to what is the best time for you. (It is your vacation after all).

We all visit Disney for the sake of our kids even though, guests of all ages can have great fun at the many theme parks that Orlando area has to offer.

You best time to travel depends on whether or not you are traveling with school-aged kids. Generally speaking, the parks are packed when the schools are out. That translates into higher rates for vacation villas as well as longer queues at the attractions within each park. At the end, you get done less for more money. Not a winner!  However, what choice do you have if the kids are in school and cannot be pulled out for a whole week? Well, at least you are saving by renting a villa as opposed to stepping in to a cramped hotel room.

 

In fact, even our villa rates also follow the crowds. Busy seasons of the year are priced higher than the slow seasons. So, if at all possible try to make a reservation for non-peak seasons and you can save hundreds of dollars and visit more attractions in less time. At the same time, if you want to celebrate the New Years Eve at the parks you can do that too.

 

If you are not traveling with school-aged children, you should consider planning your vacation during the lowest attendance periods, which are:

  • January second week to the week prior to Presidents' Week in February.
  • Between week after Labor Day and the week before Thanksgiving.
  • The week following Thanksgiving until mid-December.

Peak Attendance periods are:

  • Presidents' Day week in February (3rd Monday in February)
  • Mid March through Late April ("School is out - Spring Break")
  • Memorial Day weekend (Last Monday in May)
  • Mid June through Labor Day (First Monday in September)
  • Thanksgiving Day and the following weekend (Fourth Thursday in November)
  • Christmas week (December 25th) through New Year's Day.

To review a list of all US holidays, please check our “List of US Holidays and Celebrations”.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2011 13:54