Wait times shortening at Wizarding World as calendar turns to Fall

One blogger over at the Orlando Sentinel is reporting that with Labor Day Weekend behind us, lines at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter are starting to thin.

“Upon entering the park, the board of wait times up front said it was 60 minutes for Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, 20 minutes for Flight of the Hippogriff, 10 minutes for Dragon Challenge. By the time I hoofed it back to WizWoHaPo, they had subtracted 10 minutes from both FJ and Hippogriff.”

“More surprising: at 1:30 p.m., there were nine people waiting in line at the butterbeer cart.”

And on top of that, throw in only a 30-minute wait at Ollivanders. Summertime visitors will recall waiting hours in the sweltering heat just to get inside the wand shop.

The other stores and shops seemed to be doing normal business, and one final thing of note was the occupancy for Three Broomsticks is now listed at 463 (up from 123).

Will shorter lines play into your decision for booking a vacation to the Wizarding World in the coming months?