Dad, you've talked a lot about the park and how crazy it is on Christmas Day. And I know over Thanksgiving weekend it will be crowded... Are the parks likely to stop admitting guests like they do on Christmas...or are the Thanksgiving weekend crowds at Disney World not quite to that level?
You see we had some changes in our travel plans which have us arriving in Orlando Sat the 27th of November instead of Sunday. So we decided that we might like to visit Magic Kingdom...or possibly another park that day. But we probably would not be arriving to the park at opening. So I guess I am wondering if doing a half day that day. is a good idea or are we likely to get shut out because of too many crowds.
Dad's this is an easy one Answer
Hi, Amy, welcome back. Got that baby sitter lined up yet?
I don't remember any Thanksgiving weekend crowds at Disney World that closed the parks. I will say that Saturday won't be a good day to tour the Magic Kingdom, but since you're going to be there all week, I'd probably go to the Magic Kingdom when I arrived.
Even if it's crowded? Yep, even if it's crowded. There's just something magical about walking down Main Street that first day and seeing Cinderella Castle for the first time. Also, there is that first ride on the monorail and hearing my favorite phrase in the whole world ... All together now ... Por favor montenganse se alejado de las puertas. What a thrill.
Don't worry too much about riding rides, just enjoy the park.
Grab a hot dog at Casey's Corner for me, just make sure to ask for a white bread bun.
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