Cheat Sheets

5/1/15 Update: Each Cheat Sheet has been updated with new maps, touring plans, strategies, and wait times.

Animal Kingdom:

Full Cheat Sheet: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/ak_cheatsheet_v3.pdf

Map Only: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/ak_map_v3.pdf

Epcot:

Full Cheat Sheet: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/ep_cheatsheet_v3.pdf

Map Only: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/ep_map_v3.pdf

Hollywood Studios:

Full Cheat Sheet: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/hs_cheatsheet_v3.pdf

Map Only: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/hs_map_v3.pdf

Magic Kingdom:

Full Cheat Sheet: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/mk_cheatsheet_v3.pdf

Map Only: http://www.easywdw.com/cheatsheets/mk_map_v3.pdf

Open up Magic Kingdom and follow along.

The first page is a map that’s been color-coded based on the best time to visit the various attractions. Red attractions are your top morning priorities or best saved for the very end of the day. Yellow attractions are best visited in the first/second hour of operation or in the last two hours. They’re a lower priority than the red attractions because waits build slower and peak lower.  Green attractions are designated “anytime,” which is another way of saying they’re best saved for the afternoon when waits at the higher priority attractions are longer.  Most shows are designated “green” because you want to save them for the afternoon or evening when waits are longer at the major attractions. Occasionally a show will be “yellow,” which means it’s more likely to fill to capacity and seeing the first or last showtime is more important. Attractions that offer FastPass+ are followed by a +. FastPass+ kiosks are noted with the FP+ symbol. Also included are bathrooms, quick services, restaurants, and the larger stores.

Moving along to the next page…

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