If you’re thinking about one final vacation before the end of summer then you may be asking yourself the same question I was this September “Is Labor Day busy at Disney World”.
The good news is that it normally isn’t.
Despite the fact that it is a holiday, it usually isn’t as busy as other holidays that fall on a Monday. Crowds tend to be in the moderate to light range throughout Labor Day weekend. It’s certainly one of the better holiday weekends to visit Disney World.
If you decide to visit Disney World on Labor Day weekend, here’s what you need to know.
Labour Day Is A Great Opportunity To Have One Last Summer Vacation
Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer. It is a great time to fit in one last family vacation. If your kids have already started back at school, then you can still have one last summer vacation without them having to take any time off.
Disney World will often have extended hours during this time of year. With additional hours available should you wish to purchase tickets for special events such as Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party.
Minimise Your Wait Times & Maximise Your Experience By Staying At A Disney Resort
The weather can be unpredictable in Orlando during this time of year. It tends to be humid with a high possibility of an afternoon shower. Because of this, you might want to consider heading back to your hotel for a quick nap after lunch.
This will allow you to get out of the sun, and you can avoid getting soaking wet during a thunderstorm. If you can, stay at a Disney resort. Personally, we opt for Old Key West. You won’t have to worry about wasting time dealing with traffic to and from your hotel.
You can hop on the Monorail to get to your hotel in less than a few minutes. Another added perk to staying at a Disney resort is the ability to get into the park before other guests. This will allow you to ride some of the rides with much lower wait times.
Special Deals Are Often Available At This Time Of Year
With summer coming to an end, Disney World often has special deals. These will include free dining offers or discounted tickets for those that will be visiting Disney World for more than one day when booking in advance.
These savings can quickly add up. Be sure to keep an eye out for special deals on Disney’s website in the months leading up to your trip. You can often find a great deal if you are vigilant.
In conclusion, Labor Day is a great time to head to Disney World. If you are wanting to have a stress-free vacation. By utilizing the tips mentioned above you can save money, enjoy the convenience of staying at a Disney resort and get one last summer vacation.