You are straight up giddy with excitement — this is a dream trip for you and your kids. But when you pull out the calendar to map out what days your dreams will actually come true, you are a bit stumped.
When should you go? What is the best time of year to travel to Disney World?
Summer would be nice because the kids are out of school… but, this is Florida we are talking about. Will it be too hot? What about the crowds?
Here are some things to consider as you make the big Disney trip scheduling decisions.
Sunshine makes us all happier. It is the background of a perfect day. Except of course, if it is also 100% humidity and 100 degrees.
I have visited Disney World in July, and it is still a magical, wonderful experience. Don’t get me wrong. This is Disney. It is hard to complain any time of year.
And don’t forget the thunderstorms. With those hot, humid Florida summers, come afternoon thunderstorms and rain. Again, not the end of the world, but it can dampen the day.
I haven’t had the chance to visit during the fall, so I can’t speak to the fall weather personally, but I have heard that from September on is lovely. (September of course is still quite humid with chance of thunderstorms.)
However, if the water parks are in your plans, remember that it can actually be quite cold in January and February. We have worn winter coats and fleeces on some winter trips! So, don’t count on it to be hot enough in January for water play.
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Written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.