Springtime at Walt Disney World
The Florida sunshine is simply gorgeous (and warm!) during springtime at Walt Disney World. Flowers, smiles, and magical experiences are blooming in every park and resort.
And as spring arrives, pastel colors explode! It’s a whimsical time to visit the Happiest Place on Earth.
Also, springtime in Walt Disney World brings the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, Spring Break, Easter, and the Star Wars Half Marathon.
Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival
Even before the official start of the season, Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival gets underway. It’ll be offered February 28 through May 28 this year. I can’t wait to see what’s blooming this year.
Here, you’ll want to dig into the tasty bites at the Outdoor Kitchens. Or listen to a concert. My favorite part of the festival? The stunning topiaries! This event is fun for all ages.
Spring Break is a popular and thus crowded time to visit WDW; this makes the month of March very crowded. You’ll find springtime touring less chaotic in 2018 from around the second week of April to mid-May.
Easter at Walt Disney World
Look for treats, eats, and customized baskets. Buy a pre-made basket or build your own!
The sweet aroma will lure you into the Disney bakeries, including Main Street Confectionery.
Don’t miss a smorgasbord of shopping, dining, and entertainment at Disney Springs.
Star Wars Half Marathon – The Dark Side
Runners will want to start prepping as the Star Wars Half Marathon – The Dark Side is scheduled for April 19 – April 22, 2018.
Springtime at Walt Disney World Activities
- Swimming at your resort pool.
- Visit a water park.
- Have an outdoor picnic.
- Watch an outdoor movie.
- Go fishing.
- Sit by a campfire.
- Watch your resort’s activity schedule for Easter festivities.
- Rent a boat.
Springtime at Walt Disney World is rejuvenating! Are you ready to say goodbye to winter hibernation, boots, and heavy coats?! If so, plan a weekend or week-long stay at the Walt Disney World resort in Central Florida.
What’s your favorite time of the year to visit Walt Disney World?