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  • [Question] Easter at Disneyland

    My family and I are going to Disneyland on Easter for the day, possibly 2 days. We've always gone during the summer so we know how crowded it can get. I just wanted to know how the crowds are like at Disneyland on Easter. I just want to know what I'm in for lol. Please and thank you! (:

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    Re: Easter at Disneyland

    Have you gone on a Saturday in summer? Weekdays in summer are not too bad. Weekends are very busy and Easter will be very busy. Be prepared to arrive early to enter at Rope Drop, make use of the first couple hours to get on rides before the major crowds arrive. Use FP as often as possible, 1 every two hours can be collected. Do fast loading attraction during the afternoon like Little Mermaid and Small World, and attractions like shows and Tom Sawyers Island while the slow loaders have huge midday waits like Dumbo and the carousels.
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      Re: Easter at Disneyland

      Since it's Spring Break and most kids are out of school, expect it to be crowded. This coming from a former So Cali resident.
      "Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children." - Walter Elias Disney

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        Re: Easter at Disneyland

        i don't remember last year during Easter time, but yeah with the weather warming up and all these new changes to the parks (dl and dca) i would plan on it being a bit busy!



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          Re: Easter at Disneyland

          Thank you for everyone's reply! Yeah, we've always gone during a weekend in the summer. I'm just curious about the crowds cause I've gotten mixed reviews ;o

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