Experts Share Tips To Beat Disney Spring Break Crowds

Families can name plenty of reasons why a visit to the Disney parks during spring break is ideal, including the ideal weather and the convenience of having time off from work or school.

But when the throngs of crowds along Main Street, U.S.A., makes it seem like every family has the same idea as you, it can feel discouraging.

Fortunately, there are several tried-and-true tricks to navigating the busier travel season at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

With less buildup in the queues, wait times are generally shorter first thing in the morning, meaning you can easily cross a couple of big headliner attractions off your to-do list before breakfast.

Start Your Day Early

Earlier guests also get to do more in the park before the warm temperatures and high humidity make things more challenging.

On the flip side, powering through the late-night hours can help squeeze in those final few rides after the crowds start to thin out.

Stay Up as Late as Possible

Not only that, but you can often find ways to extend your time in the theme parks beyond the posted hours if you fall into the right guest category.

Chris Provost, host of the YouTube channel Provost Park Pass, points out that “late night is a perfect time to catch rides. Lots of families leave early because their little ones are tired.”

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