Spending a holiday in Disney World can be really exciting. From Halloween to Thanksgiving, and even the green treats of St. Patrick’s Day, it’s that extra Disney magic that really makes holiday memories more special.
Ever since Disney World reopened last summer, crowd levels have varied WILDLY, and often at surprising moments. For instance, recent spring break crowds have seen more ups and downs than Seven Dwarfs Mine Train!
Now that it’s Easter, and most people are off from work and school, were the crowds any different? Here’s what we noticed!
The infamous Fantasyland bottleneck was still the most crowded part of Magic Kingdom, but no surprise there, tbh. This area typically becomes pretty congested.
And people were definitely flocking to the front of Cinderella Castle to see the Easter Bunnies!
As we’ve seen before, peak lunchtime also saw a bit of a crowd for Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe!
There was a 60-minute wait for Pirates of the Caribbean, too.
But Main Street, U.S.A. was mostly wide open!
While there was some predictable clustering happening in typical areas, it generally didn’t seem overly crowded. But, it was a smidge busier than we’ve seen in recent days.
All in all, it’s felt slightly busier than normal today in Disney World. This makes sense, especially considering the prime weather and bunny-sighting opportunities!
Now if you excuse us, we’ve gotta go find our Easter Baskets! Check back with us for more updates from Disney World!
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