The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is just one of the many reasons to visit Walt Disney World during the springtime season. In today’s post, we’re exploring some of the great things that make Springtime at Disney a wonderful time to visit, and hopefully, providing some great tips along the way that will help you in your own planning!
Springtime at Disney
We’re looking at this as kind of a question/answer sort of post. I hope it doesn’t bore you to the point that you click off to something else, but instead, provides good information that you can use in your planning. Please leave us a comment below and let us know your thoughts on this format.
Q1: What is your best tip for dealing with Spring Break crowds at Disney?
The crowds at Disney during Spring Break can be very packed. In looking at the Touring Plans crowd calendar, the months of March and April this year are pretty much 6-9 on the scale, with some days at level 10. It’s really not until you get into early May that the crowds start to lighten up for a little bit prior to the Memorial Day holiday and kickoff to the “summer” season. So, the short answer to the question is Touring Plans, Touring Plans, Touring Plans, and make sure that you keep an open mind on your trip. Don’t try and do every single thing, be easy going and open to just “go where the path lies.”
Q2: What should people pack if they are going to Disney during the Spring?
Look closely at the weather prior to leaving home, and plan accordingly. I always pack sunscreen and ponchos, and the type of jacket and clothing I choose depends on what the weather temperatures are going to be.
Q3: What the best part of visiting Disney in the Spring?
Take advantage of the nice weather and fantastic floral displays from the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival!
Q4: What is your best tip for Epcot Flower and Garden first timers?
Bring your camera, and make sure you take pictures of all the great arrangements you see!
Q5: Why should people visit the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival?
So many beautiful flower arrangements, and the topiaries with the fantastic characters are really neat!
Q6: What is your one Epcot Flower and Garden Festival must-do?
Q7: What are your tips for visiting Epcot Flower and Garden Festival with Kids?
Remember, what may be exciting for you may not be exciting for them, especially if they are younger children. Be flexible, and remember, it’s everyone’s vacation!
Q8: How can people celebrate Easter at Disney?
Give Glory to God, and even if you don’t make it to a church service, remember that God’s Creation is everywhere, and remember Him in the way you act towards your fellow Disney park goers!
I hope that our Springtime at Disney post has been helpful to you! I truly hope that you are able to enjoy a wonderful time at Disney during the Springtime one year, and if you are able to do so, that these tips help you have an even better trip! Thanks for stopping by, now go out and have a great Disney Day!