Getting into the holiday spirit at Disney World

Getting into the holiday spirit at Disney World

Disney World does a great job on just about everything, and the holidays are no exception! I am so incredibly excited to take part in all of these very special events this November & December! From special holiday events to  a spectacular display of lights, there are no shortage of magic!

Many holiday events begin well before December so whether it’s school or work schedules or holiday time with family that won’t allow you to travel in December, you do have lots of great options!

Special Events

As Disney takes down the Halloween/Fall decorations, the Christmas/holiday décor goes up. All the theme parks turn into a magical wonderland. Most notably, Magic Kingdom begins its annual Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. This begins around the second week of November and runs through the week of Christmas. Enjoy special parades, meet Santa, get free cocoa and cookies, snow, and a special holiday fireworks. This is separate from your regular theme park tickets but totally worth the additional cost.

Epcot has a nightly Candlelight Processional which begins shortly after Thanksgiving and runs through the new year. Accompanied by a 50 piece orchestra, a celebrity narrator tells the story of Christmas. While there is no cost to attend the event, it fills to capacity every night. To ensure your entry into one of the shows, it’s best to book one of the Candlelight Processional dining packages. If you’re looking to save a few dollars, book the lunch which is associated with the early show.

Around Epcot, feel the holiday spirit around World Showcase to see the holiday traditions from each country.

If free is more your style, you’re in luck! Hollywood Studios has the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. This is held nightly in November & December on Streets of Main Street. It’s absolutely free with theme park admission and an awesome display of holiday spirit.

Outside the parks

Resorts get in the holiday spirit as well with Christmas trees and decorations related to their themes. If you have days off from the parks, it’s worth a little tour. If you only go to one location, head to Grand Floridian to check out the giant gingerbread house. It’s a site to see and made out of edible ingredients! This goes up around mid November but check with your Disney cast member for full details!

Holidays also bring about some additional photo opportunities for those with Memory Maker. Some resorts provide some great Christmas backdrops available.

All and all, it’s always a magical time to visit Disney World but the greatest time is during the holidays for extra touches of magic around the theme parks and resorts. Disney is always adding more exciting things to the plan!

A free gift for Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

A free gift for Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

Ready to get started planning your 2015 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free cruise opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

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