This week we dive into the Disney World Christmas celebrations. You’ll learn all about the special shows, decorations and the best time to see them all.
The best time to enjoy the holiday festivities November 26 – December 17 - the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. US Schools are back in session so the Parks are less busy.
Magic Kingdom rings in the Christmas celebrations with Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, A Frozen Holiday Wish, and transforming the Jungle cruise into the Jingle cruise.
Hollywood Studios adds Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM to the night time line up. It's a projection show at the Chinese Theater. A dessert party is available during the showing as well.New this year is Sunset Season Greetings, a projection on the Tower of Terror that includes my favorite Muppet: Swedish Chef. Echo Lake and Minnie's Seasonal Dine are also decorated for the holidays.
Epcot hosts the International Festival of the Holidays with Gospel singers, the Candlelight Processional, holiday storytellers, and marketplace booths around the world showcase. To add the Candlelight Processional, it's important to reserve a dining package.
My favorite resorts to visit are the Grand Floridian, Wilderness Lodge and Beach Club.
Disney World also offers behind the scenes tours to learn how they decorate for the holidays.