Deciding when to visit Orlando is one of the most important steps in planning a WDW holiday. Sometimes it's out of your hands and you have to go when time permits, but if you have a choice then serious consideration as to when you visit should be made.
Most Crowded Time of Year
The week leading up to Christmas through to New Year
Extremely Crowded time of Year
Easter Week including the week before and after
Very Crowded time of Year
4th of July Week
Crowded time of year
Spring Break (first week of March until mid April)
Memorial Day Weekend
Summer Break (second week of June until second week of August)
President's Day until the end of February
Crowds are at a medium level
End of April
Second Week of February
First Week of June
Labor Day Weekend
Crowds are at a low level
First Week of February
Beginning of October until Thanksgiving
Week before Christmas
Crowds are at a very low level
First two weeks of December
New Years Day on the 1st
Martin Luther King Day (third Monday)
Washington’s Birthday (third Monday)
Memorial Day (last Monday)
Independence Day on the 4th
Labor Day (first Monday)
Columbus Day (second Monday)
Veterans Day on the 11th
Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday)
Christmas Day on 25th, Note: Boxing Day is not a public holiday in America.
This usually runs from June to October.
Major Hurricanes usually form in the Gulf of Mexico during July, August & September.
Not every year sees major hurricanes and with Orlando being away from the coast very often escapes the hurricanes effects.