Bite your tongue! Some people – including those of us with school aged children – are bound by school schedules, sports schedules, and even work schedules (says the teacher-to-be), and a vacation to Walt Disney World has to be done during the hot summer. When it’s hot. And humid. And did I mention hot?
Summer, though, is the best time to have your cake and eat it too! You will want to arrange your day to beat the heat, but that will give you a chance to maybe do some of the Disney things you never have time to do!
My best theme park tip for the dog days of summer is to hit it early and hit it hard. Be at the park at rope drop, and if you can take advantage of morning extra magic hours, DO IT! As soon as you arrive, snag a FastPass for your absolutely must do attraction, then get in line for your second must do. Chances are, you’ll have both of those attractions done pretty quickly, and can move on to your next FastPass and your next attraction.
If you are doing FastPass+, schedule your attraction choices for early in the day or later in the evening. This will not only help you avoid the hottest part of the day, but it also might help you miss the typical afternoon thunderstorm Central Florida is known for.
By lunch time, you’ve probably melted to a puddle bodily fluids. You’re ready for something cool, comfortable, and away from the theme parks – something you might not think about if you were there when it was cooler.
Now is the time to take advantage of the OTHER side of Walt Disney World! Check out Downtown Disney for some shopping and a nice lunch. Head to the AMC 24 at Pleasure Island, where you can do a Fork and Screen movie/lunch show, enjoying the hottest first run movies in cool comfort. How about the so hot it’s cool Splitsville for a game of bowling and one of the best burgers at Walt Disney World?
Have you ever done DisneyQuest? A hot afternoon is the perfect time to visit this gaming mecca, with virtual reality, arcade, and video games galore. You can grab a quick bite to eat here – and save room for some of the great desserts!
Take the afternoon off to take a dip in the pool. Pop on the monorail for some resort hopping afternoon shopping. Or enjoy the heat of the afternoon in a spa getting your nails done!
A hot afternoon is a great time to enjoy some of the Walt Disney World attractions you may typically overlook, so when the heat index is rising, split your theme park day in half. With an attraction packed morning and an afternoon cool down, you’ll be ready and refreshed to shut the parks down at the end of the day!
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Thank you Anna, great advice for us as we’re doing just that in less than two weeks! They can bowl at Splittsville….I plan on eating. 😀
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