When it comes to Walt Disney World Resort, the spring break season is easily one of the most popular and crowded times of the year.
After all, families from all over the country take the opportunity to bring the kids to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, and the most popular Disney Park of all, Magic Kingdom.
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And we can totally see why! Magic Kingdom is the quintessential Walt Disney World theme park. It’s home to the most classic attractions, such as the Haunted Mansion, “it’s a small world,” Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Peter Pan’s Flight, Space Mountain, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
That being said, whether you’re planning to visit during the tail end of spring break or just planning to take advantage of the lovely April weather, you may have to avoid Magic Kingdom.
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On the official Walt Disney World Resort website, Guests can check theme park availability before purchasing tickets and making Park Reservations.
Typically, the months after the holiday season are slower, but once schools begin letting children out for spring break, the Disney Parks become packed once again. However, Magic Kingdom is currently a different kind of crowded, as the Disney Resort has already sold out!
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Beginning today (March 31) to April 8, Magic Kingdom Park is entirely sold out. That’s the first week of April and then some! It’s also worth noting that while April 9 still lists Magic Kingdom as available (at the time of this article’s publication), April 10 and 11 are also sold out!
If that time period is anything to go off of, it’s safe to assume that Walt Disney World will be very busy this month.
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Luckily, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and EPCOT are also fantastic theme parks to visit!