LINES will help you save time and money during your Walt Disney World trip. We created Lines to help figure out where to go and what to do during your Disney vacation. No other app – even Disney’s official app – gives you as much unbiased advice about the Disney parks. LINES features include: - Advice on which parks to visit and avoid for next 10 days. - A CROWD CALENDAR showing you how busy each park will be over the next ten days. - Customized step-by-step TOURING PLANS for each Disney park. You tell Lines which rides you want to see, and Lines will display a step-by-step itinerary showing when to see them to avoid long lines. Lines can even update your plan while you’re walking around the park! It’s like having a GPS for Disney World. - When you’re in the park, Lines will display Disney’s currently posted wait time at every attraction and how long you’ll REALLY wait in line, based on our experience and that of thousands of families on the same ride. Only Lines gives you this “actual wait” estimate. - Disney’s official app doesn’t show you the waits for many attractions or character greetings. Lines has wait times for more rides, shows and character greetings than even Disney’s own app. - Only Lines will predict the wait times and FASTPASS times for the rest of the day. This is incredibly useful if you’re trying to plan your afternoon and evening, if you want to know whether FASTPASSes will be available at Splash Mountain after your nap, or if trying to decide which park to go to after dinner. - Complete schedules for each park, including opening and closing times, parades, fireworks, shows and character greetings. - Accurate MENUS and PRICES for every restaurant, kiosk, food stand and cart across all of WDW – more than 12,000 things to eat! Every menu is searchable – you can find every steak in Epcot or around Walt Disney World! - LINES will show you exactly which things in each restaurant and store count as a snack in the Disney Dining Plan. Our Disney trip planning tools have been featured in USA Today, the New York Times, FOX News and dozens of other newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows. Since 1986, we’ve helped more than 3 million families plan their Walt Disney World vacations. Note: Some LINES features, such as the crowd calendar and wait times, require an in-app subscription purchase to access. Other LINES features, such as customized touring plans, menus and chat forums, are completely free. Your in-app subscription includes 365 days of access to TouringPlans.com, the Web’s most popular subscription-based site for Disney trip planning.
We’ve used this app for four family trips to WDW with our kids and grandkids. This app is indispensable! While nothing is 100%, this is very close. The wait times were spot on and it showed how far Disney estimates were off. Sometimes we had to go during busy days because of school schedules. We based our fast passes on the advice of the app. Trips went smoothly. I shudder to think if we would have gone blindly to WDW without this info!!
Love, love, love this app. It is so helpful. Full of information about the crowds, rides, and wait times. A must have!
I don’t normally write reviews, but this is one of the best apps I have. I don’t go to Disney often, so I like to maximize our time. I have used this app and even before the app, I used the online site to print out or “plan.” When you spend so much money for Disney, spend the extra to get an account and make your trip worthwhile!
Fantastic value for the subscription price. Couldn’t imagine a WDW trip without it!
When I downloaded this it was mostly just to get an idea of what wait times were like before my trip but I ended up using it nonstop during that trip and each since. Super accurate and like that I can help contribute wait times to make it even more accurate for everyone that uses it.
This app was very helpful in minimizing the amount of time waiting in lines. Paired with the touring plans website, it was all we needed to plan a successful Disney vacation.
The app works, and does what it prescribes you do. But the look and mechanics definitely need a refresh. It looks like a 1990s app, and mechanically is very clunky. Would love to see this app get a makeover to bring it into the 21st century at least.
Let me begin with a few caveats - we are a couple in our late sixties who made our seventh (and last) trip to Disney World this week. We have always visited Disney in the off-season and as recently as five years ago...January was an off-season.. but to put it in Disney-speak, it’s a whole new world. For example, Sunday was rated a 5 at Animal Kingdom... still it was difficult to navigate many of the walkways due to crowds and the line at Harambe Market to pick up food was nearly 30 minutes - I kept thinking: if this is a 5; how do people breath at an 8... a question we had sort of answered on Saturday night, when Epcot, rated 7 due to the festival of the arts was just one churning crowd. My biggest disappointment with the app was the self-inflicted illusion that it could help me control the chaos of the trip. I thought that six months of monitoring this app, the touring olans website and WDW rumors could reduce the impact when things inevitably went astray... instead all that planning just increased my anxiety. It took me three days to realize that... to borrow yet another Disney phrase, I needed to let it go. The worst disappointment was the room at the Beach Club. I had used the app to request a room like 2512 ... a room with two queen beds far away from external sources of noise. When we arrived we were sent to room 2522... which had a Queen and a couch- if you don’t know the difference between a couch and a bed, wait til you are 67. Protests at the front desk produced no immediate remedy. We were told we could change rooms the next night. But this would involve packing and unpacking twice. Maybe I would have called the hotel to make our preferences known if I hadn’t relied on the app...but I acknowledge that was my problem not yours. As for quiet... there is no such thing at Disney ... we “ enjoyed” concerts of kids screaming at the top of their lungs every night and morn and at every restaurant including Jikos Finally, the park plans were somewhat helpful in advance of the visit but nearly totally useless on site. What practical difference does it make whether the line for Millennium Falcon is 100 minutes or 125 minutes, when by the time you actually get in line the times may have shifted. Besides time estimates for most attractions are readily available in the parks.
I go to Disney quite often and this app has really helped me! Use the chat if you need help, people gave me great tips. If you can swing last minute, it’s a great tool to see how busy the park is and when to wait in line for the in demand rides.
Incredible app...a must have for the perfect Disney vacation!!