If You Are Looking for Low Crowds and Wait Times, Now is the Time to Visit Walt Disney World
Have you ever wanted to visit Walt Disney World with low times and even lower wait times? Then, now is the time! In addition to providing a safe and sanitary environment, the wait times have been so low that people have waited less than five minutes for popular attractions such as Flight of Passage at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at the Magic Kingdom.
Thanks to some screenshots and photos from MickeyTravels agents of the past few days, let’s take closer look at the lower crowds and wait times from the first two days Walt Disney World has been opened to the public.
Below are some of the wait times for popular attractions in New Fantasyland and Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom that were taken since the Park has reopened. Do you see what I see?! Five minutes for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Space Mountain? Yes, please!
Over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, things are looking just as nice! Only 10 minutes for Flight of Passage and Kilimanjaro Safaris!
Now, I wish I could say these times are consistent throughout the day. But, unfortunately, they do climb just a little. But, even then, they are still much lower than one would typically wait in the past. 30 minutes for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train compared to the usual 240 minutes is much better in my opinion. Even 40 minutes for Splash Mountain and Thunder Mountain isn’t too bad.
You might be wondering how Walt Disney World is limiting crowds which is resulting in these low wait times. That has to do with them implementing the new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system. In addition to requiring a valid admission, all Guests are required to make a Disney Park Pass reservation before they can enter the Parks.
In addition to limiting attendance, Walt Disney World Cast Members are periodically sanitizing rides, limiting the number of Guests on an attraction at one time, and have installed social distancing markers everywhere you look. Face coverings are required for all Guests and Cast Members and there are even Cast Members on hand who are tasked with making sure all face coverings are worn correctly and social distancing measures are being followed.
After a visit to Disney Springs this past week and hearing from trusted sources who have been at the Parks over the past few days, I am fully confident in Disney’s plans to keep all safe and healthy. For anyone on the fence about going, I would suggest looking more into it!
So, while parades and fireworks shows are temporarily suspended at Walt Disney World, it’s a good trade off for low crowds and wait times!
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