I have read many reviews over the last couple of years regarding Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Some reviews positive, some not so much. I just wanted to give you my “take” on the event as an adult that went with 2 other adults to the party.
We are not ones for characters or really parades, we enjoy the rides. This was the prime opportunity to engage in the attractions with little or no line ups. Main Street was extremely busy, so we tried to avoid that as much as possible (of course we did have to see the castle festivities and fireworks, which cannot be missed- nice little spot near the Tomorrowland Terrace, Tinkerbell flies over your head).
Every ride was open and not busy. We walked straight on to every ride (Haunted Mansion, Pirates, Winnie the Pooh, Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain, Splash Mountain). I don’t think I can recall a time where you could walk straight on to Space Mountain, get off and go right back on.
The price of the party was about $70 which gave you admission to the park from 4pm to midnight. We were given a wrist band at the entrance way. At 7pm security would walk around and check to see if you had a band on, if not you were asked to leave. To make sure when going on the rides we had to show our wrist band. Disney limits the amount of party tickets sold so it is good to get them early.
Don’t forget the free cookies, hot chocolate or apple juice. The cookies were delicious!! There are stations set up through the park designated by large blow up candy canes. When you see this your mouth begins to water. The lights are spectacular and it’s the most magical time watching “snow” fall on main street……being from Canada I wish our snow was like Disney snow!!
Well I hope you enjoy my perspective on the MVMCP and have a magical day.
Contributed by Heather from Ontario, Canada
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