Christmas has come and gone, but the holiday season isn’t over just yet!
As the crowds continue to make their way to Disney World for New Year’s to welcome the beginning of 2021, we’re giving you a look at the crowds we have spotted following Christmas Day in the parks!
As guests entered the park, EPCOT was a bit on the quiet side with no lines to enter the parking lot. However, the attraction wait times pretty much matched what we’ve normally seen in Disney World on the weekends.
Mission: SPACE had only a 5-minute wait for the Green Mission, while there was a 55-minute wait for the Orange Mission.
Also in Future World, Test Track had a 65-minute wait.
The World Showcase also had a few pockets of crowds in some areas…
…while others were a bit more sparse as guests walked around EPCOT.
Even though the Festival of the Holidays is still going on, there were very few lines at the food booths…
…and a surprisingly short line to enter the Mexico Pavilion, which has been a hot spot over the past few weeks in the park.
As the Festival of the Holidays winds down, we’ll continue to keep an eye on the crowds in EPCOT!
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
It was a somewhat normal day over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as we were able to enter the park without a long line, which was far less busy than we’ve usually seen on the weekends.
There was a 50-minute wait at the Tower of Terror…
…a 50-minute wait at Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster…
…a 50-minute wait at Slinky Dog Dash…
…and completely full Boarding Groups over at Rise of the Resistance.
Overall, the crowds in Disney’s Hollywood Studios weren’t too unusual!
Meanwhile, the wait to enter Magic Kingdom was VERY long! It started all the way back on the freeway as we slowly made our way closer to the signage…
…until we finally made it to the parking booth entrance after 42 minutes of waiting!
There were groups of guests waiting at the Transportation and Ticket Center…
…and over at the ticket booths!
However, once guests finally made their way into the park, the crowds weren’t quite as busy!
The Christmas decorations made us want to continue celebrating the holidays all weekend long…
…as we made our way down Main Street, along with other parties and families.
Guests who wished to have their photos taken waited on distanced markers…
…before Cast Members guided guests to the sidewalks as the Character Cavalcades kicked off for the day in the Magic Kingdom.
Compared to the other parks, the Magic Kingdom seemed to attract more guests who wanted to celebrate the holiday weekend with their family and friends.
Overall, this weekend’s crowds so far haven’t been out of the ordinary compared to past weekends! We’ll be sure to keep you updated with more looks at all the crowds we find in the parks throughout the holidays!
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