If you want to avoid the queues, don’t come late. The queues are generally longest around 10 a.m. or 11 a.m. They’re almost always longer before than after church on Sundays, too (at least in Southern California). As you can see from the picture below, there’s no need for you to wait outdoors

If you don’t do our “breakfast in the theme parks” plan, you should still plan to arrive at the park before it opens and line up near the entrance. This will allow you to start your day off on the right foot and – theoretically – get a head start on the lines. However, as the gates open, there will be

Our next suggestion is to explore the theme park map, choose a popular attraction that is located at the rear of the park, and begin there before working your way forward as the day goes on. To devise your plan, go to our Disney World Map page.

Another option is to reverse course as you enter the park. Our natural instincts urge us to make a right turn (for unknown reasons), so try turning left instead. Reverse psychology may help you avoid waiting in line at Disney World!

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