PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Look at the Thanksgiving crowds at Disney World

If you go to Disney World today for Thanksgiving, there are several things you can enjoy, including some Thanksgiving-specific holiday menus.


But, you won’t be alone at Disney World as you celebrate this festive occasion. We’ve already taken a look at how many guests have been to the parks last week and taken a look at how many people are expected to travel to Orlando for this holiday. Now, we’re sharing details about what the crowds are like at Disney World!

The crowds in the parks this week have been quite large.

Holiday crowds in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Although there have been some quieter places …

From time to time we found some margin!

… Many areas of the parks (especially popular places like Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge) have been quite crowded.

Get ready for the crowds!

We have also seen long waiting times. Again, this was especially true for those attractions that are in high demand.

Things already seem busy!

Today, on Thanksgiving Day, we made a stop at Magic Kingdom to see what the crowds were like there.

Main Street, USA, was especially crowded.


There were many families everywhere taking pictures with special Thanksgiving accessories …

Take a smile!

… Take a photo in front of the Castle and enter the park.

Lots of crowds here

As we walked around the Castle, there was a little more room for our elbows.

Still busy, but some space pockets

In Fantasyland, the crowds continued, but there was a little more space.

Fantasyland Crowds

If you’re looking for some space, you might be able to find it (just walk down the main street).

A little more space here

As for waiting times (we checked around 23:30 ET), some trips still had shorter waiting times, only 5-10 minutes.

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Others had slightly longer waits, between 25 and 30 minutes.

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But, many attractions had much longer waiting times. Journey Into Imagination with Figment had a 35 minute wait …

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The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad was about 45 minutes away.

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… Splash Mountain was about 55 minutes away…

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… Jungle Cruise lasted up to 90 minutes …

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Algunes and some attractions (including the ever-popular Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance had wait times in excess of 100 minutes).

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Are you planning to visit Disney World during the holiday season? Then you will want to be prepared for large crowds. Be sure to book your Park Pass reservations as soon as possible, make dining reservations well in advance and (when you’re in the parks) place these mobile orders long before you’re hungry so you don’t run out of HANGRY.


You’ll also want to make sure you’re ready when you visit the parks. Remember to bring your water bottles to keep you hydrated, chargers so you can stay on and patience to stay calm!

Well, hello friends

We’ll be sharing lots of holiday news throughout the season, so stay tuned for more updates!

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