With ticket prices increased, Toontown closed, and other portion of
under construction, is now the
time to visit Walt Disney World? Answers
vary. Magic Kingdom
So, is now the time to plan a visit to Walt Disney World given
’s transformative state? Magic Kingdom
Yes. If this may not be your first or ever visit to the World. If you plan on returning, got a great discount on your trip or have passes, then yes, head to the most magical place on Earth. Most likely, there will always be some rehab or refurbishment of attractions; it is just that this is a big one right now. Plan to spend time in the other parks. Yes, there are OTHER parks—3 others. I know some folks think that Walt Disney World and
are one in the same, but is a slice of the
Walt Disney World Resort. Magic
No. If you and your family plan to take a once in a lifetime trip to the Walt Disney World Resort, then wait until the Fantasyland Expansion and Storytime Circus construction are complete and the areas open. This may mean pushing back a trip until late 2012 or even 2013. Take your children’s ages into account, as once they hit 10, it will cost you more for tickets and food.
You’re going, aren’t you? Well, then be ready to grab some great discounts on rooms only rates and free dining plans. We are headed to the most magical place on Earth for the 8th time and scored free dining for our trip. That makes 5 out of 8 trips with free dining!
With Magic Kingdom having the highest attendance of any theme park in the world—over 16 million visits annually, based on theme park data for 2010, it is unlikely that all the construction will deter guests. It might, but it isn’t deterring us, at least for our next trip!