Sometimes it’s hard to know what is happening at Disney World during the busy Holiday season. There is always so much going on, you may not even know where to go to enjoy the holiday season. Here is a small breakdown of Walt Disney World Holiday Fun 101!
Walt Disney World Holiday Fun 101
Here are 3 things that are happening at each park that you should know about!
1. Magic Kingdom Park
- #1. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party: This is very popular and you will want to get your tickets ASAP! This starts November 8th, so don’t delay!
- #2. Each night that there is a Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, guests get to see some really magic happen. Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas, and Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration stage show all happen on the nights that Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas party is happening!
- #3. Meet Characters – Just like any other time at Disney World, you get to meet characters, but when it’s the holiday season, they will be sporting a little extra flair.
What is so unique about Epcot is the fact that people get to experience different cultures. The 11 World Showcases will do a little bit of changing for the Holiday season too. When you attend Epcot this year for the Holiday season, you will be able to see the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays and how the 11 World Showcases change! All the fun Starts November 18!
- #1. Chip & Dale: Make sure you take a moment to check out Chip & Dale’s Christmas Tree Spree.
- #2. Candlelight Processional: November 22 through December 30th, you can take part in the Candlelight Processional. You can catch this performance running 3 times each night throughout the dates listed. You don’t want to miss this amazing performance.
- #3. Firework Display: Epcot gets it right with their fireworks! Don’t miss out on the holiday finale happening!
3. Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Starting on November 8th, guests are up for a real treat when they visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This Disney World Park will be including Diwali. This is an Indian tradition also known as the holiday Festival of Light.
4. Disney Springs
Raise your hand if you can’t get enough of Disney Springs. Well, this magical place will allow you to participate in several holiday festivities. This fun will be happening Nov. 8-Jan. 5.
- #1. Check out the Christmas Tree Trail: This trail has a ton of Christmas Trees, dedicated to different characters. Who knows, you might just find a Mickey Mouse tree hiding in there.
- #2. Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt: This allows guests to participate in a hunt to see where Experiment 626 is.
- #3. Stop by and see Santa at Santa’s Chalet! Make sure you see Santa Goofy later on in the season too, he’s so much fun!
5. Disney’s Hollywood Studios
The place where they make all kinds of magic come to life is Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This is the place to explore when the holiday season hits. Make sure you stop by to see these festivities Nov. 8-Jan.6.
- #1. Toy Story Land: You’ll want to see all of the holiday festivities happening here.
- #2. Jingle Bell, Jingle Bam: This is a special fireworks display to help us all bring in the holiday season.
- #3. Meet Santa: You have to take the time to meet Santa at Once Upon a Time shop Nov.10-Dec. 24. If you stop in on December 25th, take the time to see Santa Goofy.