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(Other Itineraries)

By Dave Shute


If you can’t do the recommended December weeks at Walt Disney World:

  • For Disney World itineraries covering all the other parts of the year, see lower on this page
  • To design your own Disney World itinerary, see this


This page provides below links to Walt Disney World itineraries by arrival week. Each itinerary includes links to daily guidance and a to-do list.

Itineraries are released as Disney releases its calendar—which it usually does daily, providing it for about the next 6 months.





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1 Ashley { 03.02.20 at 2:20 pm }

Hi Dave, I know it’s not quite March 6th yet, but would love to hear your initial thoughts on what parks to see on which days for our trip (9/4-9/12) as I’m working to finalize a plan for dining before our ADR date

2 Dave { 03.03.20 at 12:26 pm }

Hi Ashley!! The official calendar is out through 9/9:

9/4 avoid Epcot; avoid MK unless you are EMH eligible and committed to arriving at least 30 minutes before they begin
9/5 No great choices
9/6 avoid HS and MK
9/7 avoid AK
9/8 avoid Epcot
9/9 avoid MK

After 9/9, a tad more provisional but 90% likely to be right:

9/10 avoid Epcot
9/11 avoid Epcot; avoid MK unless you are EMH eligible and committed to arriving at least 30 minutes before they begin
9/12 No great choices

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