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Late July trip, evening Epcot EMH...how bad will it be?

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My husband and I are planning a WDW trip for July 21-26 of this year. I am well aware that this is a less desirable time to visit because of the high crowds and temperatures, but being childless and in good shape, we generally get along just fine. We actually visited last July and had a great time, but we were only there for a couple of days so our goal is to go back this year for a longer period and have more in-depth experiences.

Most touring sites online advise against visiting parks with EMH because of higher crowds. However, I am wanting to take advantage of Epcot's evening EMH on the Tuesday evening that we will be there. My main reason for this is that last year, we visited Epcot midday, and the heat was unbearable because Epcot is so expansive and lacks the shade that is more plentiful in other parks. My thought is that visiting during evening EMH will give us the chance to walk around the park late at night when temps have dipped, and since it will be peak time, the park could be open until 12 or even 1 - we could potentially outlast a lot of families at that hour.

Will the park be just insane because of the EMH? Is this a bad idea, or am I on the right track?

 


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