- May 1, 2005
One other thing to think about with the early morning magic hours, is to expect more of a crowd if going during regular park hours to a park that had early hours. We typically don't go to those parks. For instance, if MK has the early magic hours, we choose to go to Epcot or somewhere else. Good to check on the crowd calendar and hours before booking FPs, and then check it again later on because Disney may change hours on shorter notice (if I recall this happened this past April) than the 60 day window particularly posting later evening hours. But, with Star Wars Land and how that all will be playing out, will see what happens in the spring with hours. I'll be paying closer attention to hours and put a loose park plan and alternate plan together right before booking FPs, and also check back on any park hour changes before going.Thank you very much! This is helpful. The hours seem so short during the week we are there, so I was curious how it would all work out. We are staying on property so that will help, and I think I agree with you on skipping EMH, esp with teens and also with the time change. It might work out better for us to just not do that the week we are there. Thank you again for your help.