Plan plenty of indoor activities and bring appropriate attire for staying dry in a storm. This is also a good time of year to say yes to traveler’s insurance, just in case high winds threaten your trip.
Although there are some cooler and cloudier days, Walt Disney World is kind of a grab bag of weather conditions in the fall. So make sure while you are packing to still include shorts and some lighter clothes. For jackets, bring something lightweight and easy to carry around when you aren’t wearing it
While not officially billed as one of the many After Hours events the Magic Kingdom offers throughout the year, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is arguably where it all began. The fall season is when Magic Kingdom regularly closes its gates early to accommodate party guests who paid for a separate entry to the event.
While we are on the topic of Halloween, it’s a great time to mention what a unique season fall is for holiday theming and decor. Christmas also comes to Disney World in fall! You can decide which holiday surroundings you prefer as a backdrop for your trip.
September and October are commonly the best-priced dates. That’s due to traditionally low attendance during this time. Some of that is because school is back in session, but a lot of it has to do with the unpredictable weather. If you plan accordingly, a fall Walt Disney World trip can be a good savings and a great value.