Christmastime at Walt Disney World is magical and this year is no exception. From the minute I arrived at my resort, I was in awe of all the decorations. This trip I stayed at the Boardwalk which had an ice cream stand in the lobby that was made out of Gingerbread and chocolate. Each of the resorts is decorated with their own theme and traditions. Some of the highlights being a life-size gingerbread house at the Grand Floridian, a gingerbread carousel at the Beach Club resort and a “Frozen” inspired gingerbread mural at the Contemporary Resort.
The Magic Kingdom celebrates the holidays by transforming the Jungle Cruise into the Jingle Cruise for the holidays and each evening Elsa, with a little help from Anna, Kristoff and Olaf, lights the castle. Celebrate the Magic also joins in the celebration as it adds a holiday ending to the show. In addition, on select nights, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party takes place at the Magic Kingdom.
At Hollywood Studios, The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights is a must see. The Streets of America are turned into a winter wonderland as millions of lights are draped across the Streets of America and “dance” in synchronized motion to holiday tunes.
At EPCOT you can celebrate the Holidays Around the World as each of the countries in the World Showcase feature storytellers and performer that share the way the holidays are celebrated in their part of the world.
Another not to be missed event at EPCOT during the holidays is the Candlelight Processional. Each evening, in the American Gardens Theater, a celebrity narrator tells the story of the nativity with a 500 voice choir and orchestra joining in with Christmas songs. It is a moving experience.
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