It is a Halfway to the Holidays miracle! We have more Holiday News to share with you today! During the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary celebration,
Christmas has come to the Magic Kingdom overnight! The stunning Christmas Tree is up at the start of Main Street USA! https://www.instagram.com/p/CHDSfdIhE_N/?igshid=8kexta18n6lf&fbclid=IwAR1tgn–PrvECH_6ukpJZbwrSjMGu_GrhTZR-oQSTccOCjrgQpk7s279-RI Instagram user beadizfan
It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Walt Disney World! Decorations, music, special events and tons of festivities have been part of the celebration at the Disney parks for over a month now, but many will be having their first chance to enjoy the season Disney-style over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. If you will be traveling to Disney World for your Christmas or New Year’s vacation, here are 10 quick tips that you should know that will help you make your visit as magical as possible.
We have returned from a wonderful vacation at Walt Disney World over the New Year’s holiday. We had a great time ringing in 2011 at the best possible place! Was it crowded? At times, sure it was, but having gone at this week before, we knew what to expect. There were also times when it wasn’t crowded at all too! And one of the neat things about this trip was that, despite our many past Disney trips, we were still able to learn and experience new things. That is, of course, one of the great things about Disney parks: the ability for guests to feel that each trip is magical, no matter how often you go.
As I am writing this post, we are within just a few days of our trip to Walt Disney World for New Years, and I honestly think that the next best thing to being at Disney is getting ready to go to Disney. Of course it’s all kind of crazy, trying to wrap up all the details that didn’t get taken care of because, well, we had this little Holiday over the past weekend…..but it’s all still good, because it’s a fun crazy!
One of the most special Holiday events at Disney World is one that is perhaps not as well-known as the other Christmas events: Epcot’s Holidays Around the World Storytellers. But if you are visiting Walt Disney World in the next month, plan to take some time to visit World Showcase and stop by to see a few of the Storytellers if you can. You’ll be in for a treat if you do.
We’re going to be talking Christmas today. We have gone to Disney World at this time of year several times now, and while it is not for the faint of heart, it is also fun, memorable, and well…magical. At least it can be, if you are prepared for what to expect.