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    If you had to take your trip during a UK school holiday (apart from Christmas) which would you choose.
    It would be a two week holiday so the choices are....

    2nd and 3rd week of August

    Last week of October and 1st week of November

    Last two weeks of february

    April....the Easter two weeks

    Last week of May and 1st week of June

    Looking for the quietest time of the above....or at least not as crowded as Xmas.

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    i love the october time the parks are quiet and its not to hot either, i also like february although it tends to be a bit cooler its also quiet then the longest my lot have waited inline is 30 mins

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    We've gone for the second and third week in August.

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    We have been over the end Oct/start November and it was a very good time to be there. Not too busy.
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    Well we just did the week before half term and the week of 1/2 term

    first week was pretty quiet - you know what januarys Like Di 2nd week was very busy as a lot of states had time off as well - there were times when there was a 40 minute queue for IASW

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    Last week of October and 1st week of November - why? Because the Food and Wine Festival is on, AND you can still catch MNSSHP.





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    We are having to go August this year as the kids only get 1 week in October and we won't take them out again, but if I had your choices I would definitely go with October/November, I love that time at WDW for MNSSHP and the FAWF. The weather has always been good for us as well (apart from the odd hurricane ) and the crowds are pretty light






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    John said it all with the October/November dates!

    And the weather should be pretty nice!

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    only ever been october last two weeks, once last week 1st week nov, rather oct nov was getting too cold

    other than that i think for me easter, not sure id cope with august tbh
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