Use this helpful guide to familiarize yourself with March crowd levels at Walt Disney World. We cover crowd levels, weather, frequently asked questions, as well as Resort booking windows.
March tends to be a busy month for a variety of reasons. There are cheerleading competitions held on property, Spring Break for many schools, and Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival starts in March.
Use this crowd calendar to save time and money by finding the perfect time to book your trip. To save on tickets during your stay, read our helpful guide on how to save money on tickets.
Crowd Calendar Key
- Light Crowds (1/5)
- Fair Crowds (2/5)
- Average Crowds (3/5)
- Heavy Crowds (4/5)
- Severe Crowds (5/5)
- Extreme Crowds (6/5)
- March 1-14 – Heavy crowds to start the month.
- March 15-31 – Crowd levels increase as April approaches.
To view the entire year at a glance, view our Disney World crowd calendar.
* Dining reservations begin 180 days prior to the date if you are staying on property at a Disney Resort.
Monorail Silver passing through Epcot.
How busy is Disney World in March?
Most of March has heavy crowds due to cheerleading competitions held on property, spring break, and Flower & Garden Festival starting at Epcot.
When is the best time to visit Disney World in March?
We highly recommend seeing Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival which starts midway through March. The topiaries and flower beds are some of the best in the entire world. You might be able to save on your resort if you stay before the festival starts.
How long does Epcot Flower and Garden Festival last?
Flower and Garden Festival is an annual event that typically runs from March to June.
The typical weather at Disney World in March is a high of 79° with a low 57° (F). It usually rains about 5 days. You should make sure to pack both summer clothes and a jacket for when it cools down.
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