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The Festivals

I was thinking that Food and Wine and Flower and Garden are a good time to go for those who aren't as focused on the rides. Are there some other events that are good for this?

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The Festival of the Masters in the Fall is great if you're into golf and artwork! It's a little-known event that Disney does very well!

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bali wrote:
The Festival of the Masters in the Fall is great if you're into golf and artwork! It's a little-known event that Disney does very well!

Can anyone think of events that happen in Jan/Feb? That's a fun time to visit, especially if the light park hours don't bother you.

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Brad wrote:
bali wrote:
The Festival of the Masters in the Fall is great if you're into golf and artwork! It's a little-known event that Disney does very well!

Can anyone think of events that happen in Jan/Feb? That's a fun time to visit, especially if the light park hours don't bother you.

I can't think of any off the top of my head. I've always wanted to go to the Masters, though. I wonder when it's happening this year.

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Brad wrote:
I was thinking that Food and Wine and Flower and Garden are a good time to go for those who aren't as focused on the rides. Are there some other events that are good for this?

I agree with this with the caveat that I think it would be more enjoyable during the week than on the weekend. It get so crowded and crazy come Fri/Sat night that it can really put a damper on the enjoyment of the festival. In general, I'm not a big ride person in general and there's a lot of enjoyment that can be had at WDW just hanging out, walking around, shopping, taking pictures, people watching and the like. The winter holidays are also a great time of year for "extra" non-ride activities.