The Holidays Return to Walt Disney World
The Walt Disney World Resort will welcome the holiday season back to Florida beginning in November…
The Orlando forecast for November calls for… holiday cheer?
Yes, that’s right, Disney World will bring back its “merry season” on Nov. 12.
[T]oday it’s official – the merry season will begin Nov. 12 at Walt Disney World Resort during “The World’s Most Magical Celebration” marking the resort’s 50th anniversary.
Festive entertainment, whimsical décor, seasonal food and drinks, and holiday-themed merchandise will all be a part of this very special season at our theme parks, Disney Resort hotels, and Disney Springs.”
From top-to-bottom, the Walt Disney World resort will be alive with the magic of the holiday.
Holiday Magic All Over Walt Disney World
Moreover, just a few of the highlights included in the celebration are:
- Firstly, “Disney Very Merriest After Hours” – a special ticketed event at Magic Kingdom, which will debut on Nov. 8 (and running through Dec. 21). The four-hour event will include “Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks.” There will also be music, characters, decor, and treats!
- Secondly, “Sunset Season Greetings at Disney’s Hollywood Studios” – with special projection effects on the Hollywood Holiday Tower Hotel. Visions of Arendelle, Toy Story, and Mickey’s Chrismas Charol will adorn the tower,
- Meanwhile, seasonal decor and character flotillas sailing down Discovery River in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park.
- And The EPCOT International “Festival of the Holidays” from Nov. 26 – Dec. 30.
Meanwhile, Disney Springs and the WDW resort hotels will each don their holiday apparel!
Disney Parks Blog noted:
- This year sees the return of the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll, with elaborately decorated, Disney-themed trees…
- Our Disney Resort hotels will be decked for the holidays, with iconic trees and other seasonal touches. And a guest favorite will return this year, as select gingerbread displays will once again be part of our holiday season!
MickeyBlog.com is busily researching this amazing news, so look for more information this morning!
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