Orlando Theme Park Crowd Calendar
What is the Orlando Crowd Calendar?
The Park Prodigy's Orlando Crowd Calendar is the best tool to see how busy each theme park will be during a specific month, week, and day. It’s the perfect resource for families to rely on as they begin to plan their 2021 and 2022 vacation at Walt Disney World and/or Universal Studios Orlando.
We Break Down
Crowd levels, ticket prices, park hours and historical weather. We also special events and festivals happening around the parks!
Use our Orlando Crowd Calendar for Planning
Plan which park (or parks) to visit on each day during your Orlando vacation. We provide park recommendations based on wait time data and park hours.
How to Avoid Crowds?
If avoiding large crowds is most important to your family use our “Save Time” button. First pick the month of your Orlando vacation, and how many days you plan to stay. Our Crowd Calendar will then pick the least crowded days to visit!
How to Purchase Discounted Disney & Universal Tickets?
If saving money is most important to your family use our “Save Money” button. First pick the month of your Orlando vacation, and how many days you plan to stay. Our Orlando Crowd Calendar will then pick the cheapest Disney tickets and discounted Universal tickets!
USE OUR ORLANDO CALENDAR TO AVOID THE CROWDS AND PURCHASE DISCOUNTED THEME PARK TICKETS
- Start Here! - CROWD LEVEL BY DAY (1-10) & Daily Ticket Prices.
- Lowest Crowds
- Average Crowds
- Highest Crowds
- Park Key:
- Recommended Park on This Day
- Busy Day for This Park
- Crowd Levels: Crowd levels are on a scale from 1-10. This will show the expected crowd levels for the Orlando theme parks on that day.
- Ticket Prices: Ticket Prices now change based on the day you will visit each theme park. Our Crowd Calendar shows you the cost of a 1 day ticket to Walt Disney World for that day.
- Recommended Park: We recommend which park to visit on each day based on crowd projections, park hours, and special events.
What is a crowd calendar?
The Crowd Calendar is the easiest way to see how busy the theme parks are on any given day of the year. When you are starting to plan your Universal and Disney vacations, you can use it to pick the least busy times of year to visit. You can also see historical weather, holidays and special events.
As you get closer to your Universal and Disney vacations, you can use the Crowd Calendar to plan which park (or parks) to visit on any given day. You can also see park opening hours and key show times.
How do we determine crowd levels?
We use wait time data that we’ve collected for more than 10 years in predicting crowd levels—taking into consideration seasonality, holidays, special events, opening hours and other factors that go into planning Disney vacations. We also have unique insight into crowds based on hotel reservations and ticket trends.
Our Crowd Calendar is easy, accurate and helpful in planning Disney vacations — our customer feedback speaks for itself!
- "We booked our trip based on the crowd calendar and it was spot on! The longest attraction line we waited in was 20 minutes." - SPettiette
- "You guys have, hands down, the best crowd calendar!" - T.H.
- "I'd just like to say a thank you in the time you have taken to produce your 'Crowd Calendar'. It is the only one on the net in my eyes that has any form of user friendliness (and I'm a web developer so I appreciate it even more). So far we have planned all or our fast passes etc. in advance using your calendar, and I'm not sure if we'd be anywhere near as organized if it didn't exist." - Steve
HOW TO USE THE CALENDAR TO PLAN UNIVERSAL AND DISNEY VACATIONS
- Most Important! - THE DAY CROWD LEVEL (1-10; NOTED BY COLOR)
- Lowest Crowds
- Average Crowds
- Highest Crowds
- Park Key:
- Recommended Park on This Day
- Busy Day for This Park
- START WITH THE DAY CROWD LEVEL: Most families should only rely on the daily crowd level, ranging from a 1-10. This shows the expected overall crowd level for the theme parks on that day.
OVERALL Orlando theme park crowds are higher on the 11th than on the 12th.
- Compare Park Recommendations (optional): Park recommendations should only be used when comparing the same park on days with the same crowd level.
For example, if two days are both a 6/10 (Average Crowds) but Magic Kingdom is a recommended park on one of those days (the 12th in this example), then we suggest visiting Magic Kingdom on the 12th instead of the 11th.
Otherwise, a lower crowd level day is always the recommended day to visit any park.
- VIEW HOURS, EVENTS & MORE: You can use the toggles to filter by hours, events, holidays and more for planning your Disney vacation.
“We planned our holiday from the crowd calendar and followed your incredible touring plans and had the trip of a lifetime in September.
We cannot thank you enough!” – Patrice L.
“I used the crowd calendar and, indeed, the entire website to plan our first trip to Universal. It is the best tool out there for practical trip-planning, and I will use it again next year!” – Sylvia M.
“We keep this calendar on our fridge and check it before making plans to run over. It’s great!” – Jackie P.
Welcome to our new 12-month Universal Orlando Resort crowd calendar, part of the world’s leading independent resource for Universal vacation planning. Our crowd calendar is just one page in our next-generation encyclopedia of obsessively-updated Universal Orlando vacation-planning info.
Review the calendar legend below to get started. Then scroll down to find the month you are interested in.
By the way, if you like this page, you will definitely want to check out our Universal Snapshot page, which includes an overview of everything that is happening right now at the resort.
NEW: we’ve completely redesigned our calendar to include weather from up to 15 sources, increased accuracy, expected wait times for each date, dynamic content, and more! Learn more here.
You can keep reading our legend for more advice or skip directly to: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec
Do you have a question about the information on this page, would like to provide feedback, or did you spot an inaccuracy? Please let us know by posting in our Orlando Informer Community on Facebook.
PLEASE READ THIS – changes in park hours and other data
Universal does not provide notifications when it changes park hours after they are initially published, which can happen once, twice, or several times each month.
While we work diligently to provide you with the most accurate information possible, the policies and procedures of other businesses may change at any time without notice. Therefore, we’re unable to make any warranties regarding the accuracy or completeness of the projections and posted information below.
Our very earnest recommendation is that, regardless of what our calendar or Universal’s website shows, please contact Guest Services directly a day or two before you travel to confirm park hours for your visit: 407-224-4233, or toll-free at 1-877-801-9720.
You can view projected wait times, weather, and more
Click on any date to view detailed information about that day, including useful links, the weather forecast, which park Early Park Admission is located at, and our projected maximum wait times.
If Universal has not published park operating hours for a particular month, we provide last year’s hours and put an asterisk (*) next to them.
12-month crowd calendar legend
Theme parks are at their busiest. Expect huge crowds, very long lines for the popular attractions with wait times over 120 minutes, and extended park operating hours. Express Passes are highly recommended and may possibly sell out. Typically, during very busy days, USF and IOA are open until 10:00 pm or later. In addition, the parks may open to the general public at 8:00 am, an hour earlier than usual. (Need a touring plan?)
Theme parks are busy. Expect large crowds and long lines for the popular attractions with wait times between 60 to 90 minutes (lines will be noticeably shorter in the morning and evening). Express Passes are recommended but not necessary with good planning. Typically, during busy days, USF and IOA are open until 9:00 pm. (Need a touring plan?)
Theme parks are moderately busy. Expect ample crowds and long lines for the popular attractions with wait times between 30 and 60 minutes (lines will be much shorter in the morning and evening). Keep in mind that Universal usually performs its routine ride maintenance during moderate and slow periods, meaning that one or two major attractions could be closed – this page lists all ride closures currently scheduled. Express Passes are only recommended for those guests who don’t want to deal with any lines, or who are trying to visit both parks in one day. Typically, during moderate days, USF and IOA are open until 8:00 pm. (Need a touring plan?)
Theme parks are slow. Expect few crowds and minimal lines with wait times for popular attractions 30 minutes or less. Keep in mind that Universal usually performs its routine ride maintenance during moderate and slow periods, meaning that one or two major attractions could be closed – this page lists all ride closures currently scheduled. Express Passes are not recommended. Typically, during slow days, USF and IOA are open until 7:00pm.
USF 9 am – 7 pm
Scheduled operating hours for Universal Studios Florida (USF). Please be aware that theme park operating hours may change at any time without notice. If no park hours are listed for a particular date, then Universal has yet to make them available to the public.
IOA 9 am – 7 pm
Scheduled operating hours for Islands of Adventure (IOA). Please be aware that theme park operating hours may change at any time without notice. If no park hours are listed for a particular date, then Universal has yet to make them available to the public.
HHN 6:30 pm – 12:30 am
Special events, which may require a separate ticket. In this example, Halloween Horror Nights is scheduled from 6:30 pm to 12:00 am.
Last calendar update:
Click on any date to learn more. | Park hours with an asterisk (*) indicate last year’s hours.
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