Nearly three months after the Walt Disney World parks have reopened, Disney is experiencing historical low attendance, while wait times grow.
As shared by OrlandoSentinel: The parks are more crowded since the initial reopening, but attendance is still at a historical low, said Len Testa, an expert on lines at theme parks. “You’re never going to see crowds this low again,” said Testa, who runs a website and app called Touring Plans that closely follows ride wait times to help people plan their vacations.
On a recent weekend at Magic Kingdom, daily attendance was similar to a special ticketed event, like Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween, with about 19,000 people a day at the park instead of the typical 60,000. And Hollywood Studios is attracting about 11,000 customers, or about a third of normal.
Others wonder that since Disney World is limiting crowds, can’t I just walk up directly onto the rides without any wait? Despite the smaller crowds, wait times aren’t diminishing, Testa said.
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Disney has limited the number of riders per vehicle for most all of their attractions. For example, instead of filling up Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run with all six guests, each ride is limited per family. If you’re a party of one, you’ll be flying the Falcon solo. On top of that, some entertainment options such as Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular which normally could seat 3,000 people have yet to reopen. This means more people are standing in lines for other attractions.