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Old 10-12-2012, 06:27 PM   #1
lucifie
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Will the new Fantasyland cause bigger crowds?

We're going in January in value season so we're not all that worried about crowds. I have checked out touring plans to see what their projected crowd levels are for the days we're there and they don't seem too bad, but I was wondering if it's likely that the new Fantasyland will attract bigger than projected crowds. I just have no idea if it will draw that many extra people or if the park is big enough that the extra people won't be noticeable. Or is it far enough out that it will no longer be "new"? I'm assuming it would mostly draw FL residents since most people who have to travel very far don't just pop in for a day to see what's new. It's certainly not a deal breaker - since we don't have a lot of flexibility on dates we're going when we're going, but if it's likely to be more crowded than it usually is that time of year, we'll make more of an effort to be there for rope drop, etc.
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