With Halloween and the end of October just around the corner, it can only mean one thing. It’s time to start celebrating Christmas at Walt Disney World. What better way for Disney-goers to start ringing in the Yuletide Season than with the festive theming and the hilarious hi-jinks of the Skippers over at the Jungle Cruise which will get its Winter Jingle Cruise themed overlay starting next week.
A Magic Kingdom highlight during the Holiday Season, fans were worried that the Jingle Cruise might not return this year after Disneyland revealed that their version of the Jingle Cruise would not be part of this year’s West Coast Christmas festivities. However, visitors can now rejoice in the fact that Disney World’s Jingle Cruise will indeed be back for another year and will start spreading is holiday brand of humor beginning November 2nd.
Because of its popularity, lines for the Jingle Cruise can get pretty long so consider using a Fastpass to take part in the fun!Jingle Cruise has been bringing holiday magic to the theme parks since 2013 and is one of the first signs of Walt Disney World’s magical Winter transformation. This is an exciting time for Disney-goers as Disney’s elves start working through the night to make the transition from Halloween to Christmas. Watch this space for further exciting seasonal changes
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