Walt Disney World is a popular summer vacation destination, and that’s doubly true during the Fourth of July Independence Day holiday, when there are added crowds at Disney as Floridians and Southerners take the long holiday weekend and head down to Walt Disney World. Add to that the fact that Disney and America go together about like America and apple pie, plus great celebrations and fireworks shows, and it’s easy to see why a lot of people visit Walt Disney World for July 4th.
This post will offer tips and tricks for visiting Walt Disney World around the Fourth of July, and help you make the most of the experience! If you’re already in Walt Disney World and are looking for ways to avoid the heat, humidity, and crowds and for the best experience on and around July 4th, we’ve got you covered. If you’ve wanted to do the “Distinctly Patriotic” thing and go to Walt Disney World for the Fourth of July, but have always been afraid of the chaos and crowds, this post might just present an attack plan to convince you to go
Since we are distinctly patriotic (or crazy…your pick!), we’ve visited Walt Disney World for the week leading up to the Fourth of July (and Independence Day itself). While it was busy and hot, it didn’t feel all that much busier than normal–because we knew what to do to avoid the crowds. It was incredibly fun, and something we’ll likely do again. While the crowds and heat are a downside, the atmosphere and fireworks are some of the best in the United States.
Here are our tips for having a great Fourth of July at Walt Disney World!