Itineraries for Walt Disney World



By Dave Shute

MORE ON WALT DISNEY WORLD ITINERARIES

This page brings to one place links to itineraries for Walt Disney World and other related stuff on this site. 

It’s part of a series on navigating this site.

The site recommends an 8 night itinerary for every week of the year, usually about six months out.

It also provides a few longer and shorter itineraries, guidance on crafting your own itineraries, and other helpful material such as a guide to Disney World rides.

You can find links to all of this below.

PRINCIPAL WALT DISNEY WORLD ITINERARIES AND ITINERARY LINKS

Recommended itineraries by arrival week, also with notes on any required changes

The Basic December Itinerary for the recommended weeks, including itinerary design principles:

The Autumn-Winter-Spring Itinerary:

The Easter Itinerary:

The Summer Itinerary:

HELPFUL ITINERARY LINKS

SHORTER AND LONGER ITINERARIES FOR THE DECEMBER WEEK

Shorter trips:

  • See this for skipping the second Sunday
  • See this for skipping the first Saturday
  • See this for skipping both the first Saturday and the second Sunday
  • See this for a 5-night, 6 day trip

Longer trip:

  • See this this for a 9 night, 10 day trip

SHORTER AND LONGER ITINERARIES FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR

Seven night Walt Disney World itineraries:

  • Click here for a seven night Walt Disney World itinerary that covers the Easter calendar–the weeks before and after Easter
  • For a seven night Summer itinerary, click here
  • Click here for a seven night Autumn-Winter-Spring itinerary with a Saturday arrival
  • Click here for a seven night Autumn-Winter-Spring itinerary with a Sunday arrival

Six night Walt Disney World itineraries:

  • Click here for an Autumn-Winter-Spring six night Walt Disney World itinerary

Five night Walt Disney World itineraries:

  • For a starting point towards a five-night itinerary, see this

Longer Walt Disney World itineraries:

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4 comments

1 Jaynee { 08.27.12 at 12:55 pm }

My sister’s family is planning a trip Feb 16-23, 2013 but will be staying at a timeshare near the parks rather than at a Disney resort. Do you have itineraries built for those NOT staying at a resort who want to avoid the times when resort folks have special access that might cause crowding?

2 Dave { 08.27.12 at 1:25 pm }

Hi Jaynee, I don’t, but you can easily modify my recommended itinerary for that week (here: http://yourfirstvisit.net/planning-your-first-family-trip/basic-itinerary/alternative-itineraries/itineraries-for-the-rest-of-the-year/v2-of-2009-autumn-winter-spring-itinerary/ ) by swapping Monday and Friday.

That’s gonna be a very busy week, and openings may get earlier so keep your eye on operating hours!

3 KB { 05.29.14 at 1:31 am }

Hi Dave,
can’t find on Disney site the annual pass for water parks+quest…Do they still this? I know they sell just water park AP but I’m loiking for quest+water parks.
Thanks!

4 Dave { 05.30.14 at 11:52 am }

KB– see the premium annual pass here: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/passholder-program/

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