1. Arriving late and leaving early

You don’t need to be the first one at the park, but arriving early does have an advantage. As the morning progresses, crowds continue to increase. After dinner, crowds will slowly begin to thin out. If you are in line for an attraction when the park closes, you are still guaranteed your experience, so don’t be afraid to stay late.

About Tim Forgette

I grew up in southeast Michigan. I took my first trip to Walt Disney World in 1986 when I was just three years old. I am blessed to be the husband of 14 years to my beautiful wife, Rachel and father of four precious children, Lily (10), Elijah (8), Grace (6) and Josiah (5). We have always enjoyed doing things as a family which is why, when we moved to Florida, one of the first things we did was buy Disney annual passes. I enjoy everything Florida has to offer, but absolutely love watching my kids light up when it's time to go to Disney! We visit the Disney parks on average about once a week. When not at Disney, I enjoy participating with my church and community, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.