Have a First Look at Disneyland’s Magical Holiday Decorations!

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. . .The Holidays have begun at the Disneyland Resort, as Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, the three hotels and the Downtown Disney District transform into the “Merriest Place on Earth,” from Nov. 9, 2018, through Jan. 6, 2019. A talented team of Disney cast members collaborate to bring the holiday magic to life with sights, sounds, and flavors of the season. Here is the first look at some of the magical decorations you will see at Disneyland Park this year.

The Disneyland Christmas tree stands 60-feet tall on Main Street, U.S.A. and has become a favorite spot for guests to snap their holiday photos.

Be sure to look for the candles on the tree. They look like the real flickering candles you see in movies and pictures of old-time Christmas. It adds a really fun dimension to the tree this year.

“it’s a small world” Holiday and the surrounding plaza are illuminated with more than 400,000 twinkling lights. The popular attraction transforms for the holidays, celebrating children around the world and the holiday traditions of their countries. Disney FastPass is available for this attraction.

This year, be sure to look for the new gingerbread archway in the European scene of “it’s a small world” Holiday. The arch is adorned with an adorable gingerbread boy and girl and oversized candy canes. And the finale room is more vibrant than ever with a new color palate and LED lights on the greeting signs this year.

The Disneyland Resort is a magical place for creating holiday memories with family and friends. Sleeping Beauty’s Winter Castle is back with sparkling lights as well as “Believe in Holiday Magic” fireworks spectacular happening nightly. Sleeping Beauty’s Winter Castle is illuminated each night with more than 126,000 twinkling LED lights, sparkling “icicles” and shimmering snow-capped turrets.

Will you be visiting the Disneyland Resort this holiday season? What’s your favorite decoration at the Resort?

Robbie Bulus
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