While there are no exact dates for Spring Break at Walt Disney World Resort, this time period is largely framed around Public school Spring Break and Easter calendars. Crowds in the parks, especially in the Magic Kingdom, can swell to capacity, often causing temporary closures to all but Disney Resort Guests, Annual Passholders and those with dining reservations.
During this busy time of the year, Disney employees a number of strategies to disperse crowds, including offering additional entertainment at alternative parks other than the Magic Kingdom and opening or offering seasonal restaurants or dining options.
Spring Break Info
Peak Crowd Dates for 2016: Mid March – Early April, 2016
The Diamond Horseshoe Opens for Peak Crowds
To help handle the Spring Break dining crowds, The Diamond Horseshoe restaurant in the Magic Kingdom is open daily for a table service lunch or dinner with an all-you-care-to-enjoy feast.
The meal kicks off with a Frontier Salad topped with roasted corn, corn bread croutons and housemade chipotle-ranch dressing. Guests will then have a choice of one of the following:
- Barbeque pulled turkey, served over corn bread with seasonal vegetables
- Spit-roasted ham, served with country beans and seasonal vegetables
- Stewed beef, served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables
For dessert, Guests may choose to indulge in a campfire brownie or apple tart before heading off into the sunset.
Pricing is $33 plus tax for adults; $19 plus tax for children ages 3-9 years. For reservations, Guests may call 407-WDW-DINE.
Easter at Walt Disney World
For more information about spending Easter at Walt Disney World, make sure to check out our page dedicated to Easter festivities.