A lot of guests wonder how closely the predicted crowd forecast matches the reality at the Disney parks.
Disney has instituted a new one day ticket pricing schedule: Value, Regular, and Peak pricing to help spread out the annual crowds more.
We say that the crowd forecast chart below is pretty close, with red days being a struggle to enjoy any of the parks. There are long lines for everything from rides to dining to the monorail. Parents pushing strollers are the worst.
Spring Break Week followed by Easter Week at Disney World were all red days.
The only bright spot is that the parks all have extended hours during spring break (the three weeks from mid-March until the Tuesday after Easter Sunday week) with the Magic Kingdom some days staying open until 1am, or later.
But, there usually are two fireworks shows and two parade times at the Magic Kingdom. The lines for rides during parade time are always shorter.
Thankfully, the weather in Orlando is still pretty good, sunny and relatively dry in late March. The daily afternoon thunderstorms are still a month or two away.
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