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What are the lease busy days at WDW?


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  • What are the lease busy days at WDW?

    So the family and I are going to Orlando for the first time and WDW is definately one our planned stops. We are planning on going either Aug. 7 or 8 which is a sunday or monday. My question is which of those two days tend to have light crowds around this time of year? Any advice is greatly appreciated!
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    Re: What are the lease busy days at WDW?

    It really varies by park. Monday is always the worst day at the Magic Kingdom. If you want to go to Magic Kingdom, Sunday is definitely preferable. If you're more interested in other parks, they tend to be less busy on Monday. Hope that helps!
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