THE New Year is just around the corner – and with it, Brits will be booking their holidays.
If you’re planning on visiting Disneyland then it’s worth looking into when the best times of year to visit are.
While some love the hustle and bustle of crowds, others will want to visit the park when it’s emptier and there are smaller queues for rides.
The new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge park will also open at Disney next summer, which means that it will be even more crowded than ever.
Inside the Magic reports that experts predict that an extra 200,000 people will swamp the park on the Galaxy’s Edge opening day.
So it’s worth taking a look at low, mid and high season to work out when is best to visit.
So when are the best times to visit the park if you want to avoid the crowds?
Low season is when there will be the least crowds.
This is from mid-January to early February, late February through to mid-March and late April through to early May.
Low season also includes early September (Labour Day in the US) through to the middle of September, and early November.
Moderate season is when there are crowds, but still not as many.
This includes Valentine’s Week, mid-May through to late May, Late August through to the start of September, and weekdays in October and mid-December.
Peak season is when the park will be the most crowded.
This includes Easter, mid-March through to mid-April, June to mid-August, weekends in September and October (Disney’s Halloween season) and the last week of October.
The park is also especially crowded over the Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year periods.
According to these dates, if you’re planning a trip and want to avoid the crowds, it’s best to visit on weekdays, as locals and people with annual passes will typically visit at the weekend.
If you want to visit during Disney’s Halloween season, then pick dates between October 1-4.
For a Christmas trip, pick December 2-5.
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