Happy Holidays, DFB Readers! With Christmas just around the corner, it’s almost time to say goodbye to the Festival Festival and the Very Merriest After Hours, and it’s time to say goodbye to the Arts Festival!
Today, let’s take a look at what the crowd was like the weekend before Christmas! With so many people on holiday trips to Disney World, especially around the 25th, you can expect a lot of people in the parks at this time of year.
With Christmas just around the corner, Magic Kingdom has been pretty busy this weekend! As always, Main Street, USA, had a lot of people in the morning and throughout the day.
Some areas, such as Freedom Square and Frontierland, they weren’t too busy all day and there were definitely some pockets in the park that were empty.
Meanwhile, big ticket areas like Fantasyland⁇
I Adventureland won big crowds during the day!
It wasn’t crowded in mid-July, but you could certainly sense that it was a busy time at Disney World.
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This weekend, EPCOT has had its usual Festival of the Celebrations commotion and bustle, with moderate crowds everywhere World showcase while people were heading to the food stalls or their next destination.
Agglomerations in individual pavilions like the Japan Pavilion they weren’t particularly serious, but you can definitely tell that things are getting a little crowded at Disney World.
Although it is moderately crowded at EPCOT, it would not be surprising to find catwalks nearby Future world
Dins and inside World showcase which are relatively empty, so don’t worry, there’s still plenty of room to breathe in EPCOT.
Overall, it wasn’t particularly busy at EPCOT, but it certainly wasn’t a ghost town either!
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Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios, as is often the case, was one of the busiest parks this weekend!
High volume areas like Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge it continued to attract large crowds, with many people heading there Rise of the Resistance, Smugglers Run and many shops in the area.
Restaurants com Pizzeria saw filling their outdoor dining areas …
… And there were some pretty long queues for attractions like Tower of Terror.
However, on Sunday morning, early entry to the theme park, an advantage for guests at the resort that allows them to enter the park early, was extended from 30 minutes before opening to a full hour. We enjoyed an almost empty park on a foggy Orlando morning.
However, after the early entry to the theme park was over, people were returning to Hollywood studios!
There were especially long queues and lots of people for the spectacular Indiana Jones stunt, which is back today!
Here’s all the holiday audience news we have for you! Stay tuned here for the latest Disney news!
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