With the holiday season over, crowds are a lot smaller than they were in December.
Let’s take a look at the crowds today! Do note: These were the wait time around 2:30PM.
Hollywood Studios is pretty quiet today. Guests entering the park encountered an almost-empty Hollywood Blvd.
Meanwhile, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway sat at a 35-minute wait while guests waited on their social distancing markers.
Deeper into the park, Toy Story Land looked similarly calm.
There was a 40-minute wait for Slinky Dog Dash…
…while on Sunset Blvd, Tower of Terror had a 40-minute wait as well…
…and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster’s wait was only 15 minutes.
In the Muppets Courtyard, guests enjoyed a tucked-away lunch at PizzeRizzo.
The walkway towards Galaxy’s Edge was much more congested…
…but the crowds inside the land were low, as the wait time for Smugglers Run hovered at 30 minutes.
At Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, guests waited on and around their social distancing markers.
We’ll keep you posted on crowd levels in Hollywood Studios as this quiet season progresses!
Around the entrance to EPCOT, the walkways were fairly empty. The wait to ride Spaceship Earth was just 5 minutes.
Elsewhere in Future World, the wait for Test Track was 30 minutes…
…while the entrance for Mission: SPACE was empty and the wait was just 15 minutes.
In the World Showcase, crowds were only slightly heavier as guests enjoyed the Festival of the Arts.
The wait for Frozen Ever After was just 15 minutes.
Like at Hollywood Studios, EPCOT was pretty slow today, as post-holiday weekday visitors were few.
We’re seeing a quiet pattern continue from the last few weeks. We’ll keep you posted here at DFB on if this trend changes!
Are you heading to the parks in the next few weeks? Let us know in the comments!