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And while summer may traditionally be peak season, you’d be surprised to see that at Disney, there really is no such thing as an off season.
Keep scrolling to see what Disney World looks like in the summer versus the winter.
Though Disney World can get crowded year-round, it’s the most chaotic in the summer months, when children are on summer vacation.
Summer at Disney can get incredibly packed, because everyone’s off from school and has the time to travel. But so long as you know how to manage the lines, it can still be a fun experience.
In the winter, the park generally sees lighter crowds…. but not much lighter.
So long as you avoid Martin Luther King Day and Labor Day at Disney, coming during the off-season saves time and money.
In the summer, Florida temperatures are at their peak, often reaching well into the 90s Fahrenheit.
Disney World in the summer often gets into the 100s Fahrenheit, July being the warmest month in Florida. There are some ways to manage the heat during your trip, however. Make sure to stock up on portable fans.
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