Even though it’s spring right now, there was a LOT of talk about Disney World Halloween festivities this week!
We’ve tried some exclusive Halfway to Halloween treats, learned that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is coming BACK, and even got a sneak peek at some merch! But, it IS only April right now, and as much as we long for those (slightly) less crowded days, the spring crowds are still out in full force in the parks. So, let’s take a look at the average wait times in Disney World this week!
Let’s head to Magic Kingdom! This week, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train had the longest average wait time with 71 minutes!
After that, we had Jungle Cruise at 63 minutes, Peter Pan’s Flight at 59 minutes, Splash Mountain at 48 minutes, Space Mountain at 47 minutes, Haunted Mansion at 38 minutes, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at 36 minutes, Astro Orbiter at 34 minutes, Pirates of the Caribbean at 34 minutes, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin at 31 minutes, and Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at 30 minutes.
Next, we had “it’s a small world” at 24 minutes, Tomorrowland Speedway at 22 minutes, Magic Carpets of Aladdin at 20 minutes, Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid at 20 minutes, Barnstormer featuring the Great Goofini at 19 minutes, and Dumbo the Flying Elephant at 17 minutes.
Then, we saw Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover at 13 minutes,Mickey’s PhilharMagic at 13 minutes, Mad Tea Party at 12 minutes, and Prince Charming Regal Carrousel at 10 minutes.
And rides that only had wait times in the single digits were Carousel of Progress at 4 minutes and Liberty Square Riverboat at 3 minutes. Rides with no waits were Country Bear Jamboree, Tom Sawyer Island, Hall of Presidents, Enchanted Tiki Room, and Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse.
Over in EPCOT, the ride with the longest average wait was Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at 76 minutes.
Then, we had Frozen Ever After at 71 minutes, Test Track at 56 minutes, Soarin’ at 34 minutes, Mission: SPACE at 22 minutes, Spaceship Earth at 14 minutes, The Seas with Nemo and Friends at 12 minutes, Living with the Land at 11 minutes, Turtle Talk with Crush at 10 minutes, Journey into Imagination at 9 minutes, and Gran Fiesta Tour at 9 minutes.
Most of the theater shows in EPCOT had zero waits this past week! These included: Awesome Planet, Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along, Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival, Impressions de France, and Reflections of China!
Moving on to Hollywood Studios, Tower of Terror actually had the highest average wait at 110 minutes, breaking the VERY long number 1 streak that had belonged to Rise of the Resistance!
After that, we had Rise of the Resistance 103 minutes, Slinky Dog Dash at 83 minutes, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster featuring Aerosmith at 59 minutes, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run at 51 minutes, Toy Story Mania at 49 minutes, and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway at 48 minutes.
And finally, we had Alien Swirling Saucers at 32 minutes, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue at 15 minutes, Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy at 13 minutes, Muppet*Vision 3D at 10 minutes, and Walt Disney Presents at 9 minutes.
Hopping over to Animal Kingdom, the ride with the longest average wait time this week was Avatar Flight of Passage at 81 minutes.
Then, we had Na’vi River Journey at 59 minutes, Kilimanjaro Safaris at 51 minutes, Expedition Everest at 32 minutes, Kali River Rapids at 28 minutes, and DINOSAUR at 20 minutes.
Following behind was Triceratop Spin at 10 minutes, It’s Tough to Be a Bug at 10 minutes, The Boneyard at 0 minutes, and Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail at 0 minutes.
That’s your look at the average wait times around Walt Disney World this week! They actually did go down compared to last week, surprisingly. Stay tuned to DFB more Disney news and updates!
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