Disney World in March!
If your planning a trip to Disney World in March, this is what you have too look forward to!
updated June 25, 2017
Disney World in March starts with low crowd levels and then a major influx of Spring Break crowds! The?International Flower & Garden Festival at Epcot starts in March with a complete line up of concerts on the weekends! ?The weather fluctuates between downright hot and cool to chilly in the evenings. ?Rain is a possibility so bring your ponchos!
Follow along below for a timeline to help plan your trip.
Orlando Weather In March:
Average High: 77*F
Average Low: 57* F
Average Rain: 3.78″
You may need a light jacket in the evenings to be comfortable! ?Don’t forget to bring a raincoat or poncho!
Special March Disney World Events:
- Atlanta Braves Baseball Training at ESPN Wide World of Sports – 2018 dates to be announced
- International Flower & Garden Festival at EPCOT! – 2018 dates to be announced
Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Concert Line up:
- 2018 dates to be announced
Concerts continue into April and May. ?To see the concert line up and more on the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, read my “Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival – All You Ever Need to Know!” post.
What To Do and When Before your Disney World Trip in March:
September or Earlier: ?Make Hotel Reservations – As always you can contact us for a quote. ?No obligations! ?Our services are free!
October: Book Airline Flights
September (180 days prior to arrival date): ?Make dining reservations! ?Make at least one reservation per day. ?You can cancel what you don’t want prior to arrival. ?If you have booked your Disney Vacation Package with us, we will make all reservations for you! ?For free!
January (60 days prior to arrival date): ?Make Fast Pass Reservations. ?If you have booked your Disney Vacation Package with us, we will make all Fast Pass reservations for you!
January (60 days prior to arrival date): Add that Disney Magic! ?You can book extras like Bippity Boppity Boutique, Pirates & Pals Dinner Cruise and much more! ?Post on all of the extras coming soon!
February or earlier: Purchase Memory Maker!? It’s a must have in my opinion if you’re spending several days in the parks! ?Pre-purchase for $169, purchase while at the parks or after $199
Late January, early February: ?Shop and Pack for your trip.??Shop for the items on the packing list you don’t already have. ?Click here to see my Disney World packing list.
February or earlier: ?Download the My Disney Experience App. ?Use this app to manage your reservations, see your Fastpass+, see wait times and park maps while in the parks.
February or earlier: ?Reserve a stroller!???Even if you don’t think you need a stroller, chances are you do! ?It’s great to push around your tired kids (not just babies and toddlers) and stash your stuff (including heavy water bottles). ?Post on why you need a stroller coming soon! ?I like to rent at Kingdom Strollers. ?They will deliver and pick up the strollers at your resort, no hassle for you! ?If you reserve a stroller with them, please list my name and email in the comments. ?TIA! ?email@example.com
One week prior to departure: ?Order Food and Snacks.??I like to bring snacks and sometimes entire sandwich meals into the parks! ?Food at Disney is EXPENSIVE! ?Don’t get me wrong. ?It’s good, and you should try it, but it doesn’t have to be every meal. ?Order snacks, water bottles, sodas, sandwich makings to your hotel. ?I prefer to order all of my non-refrigerated items via Amazon and have them delivered directly to the resort.
One Week Prior or sooner: ?Pack!? There’s no reason to wait until the last minute!
By May (up to 45 days after your trip): ?Make sure to view and download your My Memory Maker pictures/Photopass.
Need more help with your trip? ?Have questions? ?I am more than happy to help! ?Email me (it’s free, in fact, all of my services are free!) at firstname.lastname@example.org or
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