Christmas is in full swing at the most magical place on Earth.
November may be only a few days old, but the festivities of the impending season have arrived in Disney World. Whether you are pulling out the mistletoe on November 1st, or strictly shun any Christmas jingle until after Thanksgiving, there is magic to be found at Disney. If you are unsure of your holiday plans yet, consider spending Christmas at Disney.
The park has transformed overnight into a festive Christmas town.
You do not have to look far to get into the holiday spirit at Disney this year. Simply step into the gates of Disney World, and you will walk into your very own winter wonderland. Already, colorful pine wreaths adorn the lampposts and holiday garlands line the pathways. As evening falls, not only do you get to enjoy the traditional fireworks display, but you are also a witness to the spectacular Christmas lights as they illuminate the night. The kids will be delighted as they watch Mickey Mouse and other delightful characters dance down the merry streets.
Stay tuned for the main attraction.
All of this decor is in preparation for the main attraction of the season, which begins November 9th. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is the highlight of the holidays. Featuring the characters from Frozen and a visit from Santa himself, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Soon the parks will be fully decorated for Christmas!!! 🙌🏼 Important question… What are your top 3 favorite Christmas songs? 🎄 Here are ours… ☃ __________________________________________________ Emily: 1: All I Want For Christmas – Mariah Carey 2: The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole 3: It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year – Andy Williams Scott: 1: The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole 2: Merry Christmas Darling – The Carpenters 3: White Christmas – Bing Crosby
Not only do you get to enjoy the sights, but you can bring a piece of the Christmas magic home with you. Disney’s gift shops are known for their top-notch merchandise, and this year is no exception. You can take a cheerful Christmas ornament home for your tree, or purchase some apparel or home décor.
Plan your Disney trip before Christmas for the entire family. Enjoy the magic that is Disney with a little festive flair as you celebrate with those you love the most. This experience will make for a holiday you will not soon forget.
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