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Disney Guide » What's the best Disney World book for someone who's already been there, but wants to get more out of the trip?

What's the best Disney World book for someone who's already been there, but wants to get more out of the trip?

I've been to Disney World at least ten times, but can't seem to understand the crowds. What book gives you the best info on when to arrive at the parks? Is it the "Unofficial Guide"?

Yes, I prefer the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World. They are runned by people just like you and me who love Walt Disney World and want to help other people to get the most out of their trips. They spend numerous hours and days for research in the parks and the whole resort, from the crowds and wait times to dining options and answers. I would trust them, they are one of the greatest resources to check out if you want to know about the crowds or anything about your next trip to Walt Disney World.

Check out their site too: http://www.touringplans.com/tp2/UG2_index.php?PageID=0

And if you buy their book, you get unlimited use of their very usefull crowd calender. It's a graph that shows which days or months that are crowded or not, and which park to go to that's less crowded, and other great information.
Check out their crowd calender as well: http://www.touringplans.com/tp2/UG2_index.php?PageID=14

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  1. Kevboy says:

    Yes, I prefer the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World. They are runned by people just like you and me who love Walt Disney World and want to help other people to get the most out of their trips. They spend numerous hours and days for research in the parks and the whole resort, from the crowds and wait times to dining options and answers. I would trust them, they are one of the greatest resources to check out if you want to know about the crowds or anything about your next trip to Walt Disney World.

    Check out their site too: http://www.touringplans.com/tp2/UG2_index.php?PageID=0

    And if you buy their book, you get unlimited use of their very usefull crowd calender. It's a graph that shows which days or months that are crowded or not, and which park to go to that's less crowded, and other great information.
    Check out their crowd calender as well: http://www.touringplans.com/tp2/UG2_index.php?PageID=14
    References :
    WDW geek
    WDW cast member
    touringplans.com
    wdwmagic.com
    allears.net

  2. Rich W says:

    I would suggest the "Birnbaum's guide to Walt Disney World." I have been more than 19 times in my lifetime and always buy the most recent version of this book for whenever we go. It provides information on crowds, (such as the busiest seasons and times of the day), on rides, (like which gains lines the fastest or which might be too scary for children), and restaurants (like the price range of the meals, or kind of meals served). I feel that this book hits where other books, such as the "Unofficial guide" miss.

    p.s. this book is done by the Birnbaum family, and is a collaboration of different opinions. So you are sure to get opinions from varying age groups. I also feel that since the Birnbaum guide only writes a guide on Walt Disney Parks (to the best of my knowledge) that they spend more time and effort there.
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  3. Iroc24 says:

    PassPorters is by far my favorite of all the books I've read. It's detail packed and up to date. If you go to their website, they even post updates between editions (if something closes, opens, or a price changes).
    References :
    Former CM
    http://www.passporter.com/wdw/

  4. siriusthinking says:

    DEFINITELY the Unofficial Guide. Their website also has a pretty accurate crowd calendar. (www.touringplans.com)
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