Make your list and check it twice! The Holidays at Disney World are something to be seen! If you are going to Disney World during this most magical time of the year, check out Top 5 Must-Do’s for the Holidays at Disney World to see what you need to add to your list!
Top 5 Must-Do’s for the Holidays at Disney World
The Holidays are amongst everyone’s favorite time of the year. That is especially true at Disney World. NO ONE does the Holidays like Disney World! If you are visiting during this extra special time of the year, we have compiled a top 5 list of Holiday activities, rides and treats that you DO NOT want to miss!
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
This is one party not to be missed!! From special entertainment to parades to delicious treats, this is THE party of the year. It is specially priced ticketed event, meaning you will need a separate ticket to attend. The decorations are amazing, the parade is adorable, and the free cocoa and cookies make this one of our favorite special events. To find out more about about this festive party, check out: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Kids and grown ups alike love this extra special treat! You only get a glimpse of it on the Disney World website, so it is often overlooked if you aren’t staying at the Grand Floridian Resort. I’m here to tell you it is super cool and it smells heavenly! You can even get fun holiday treats while taking in the Christmas spirit!
The Jingle Cruise
During non-holiday time, the Jingle Cruise is also known as the Jungle Cruise. I love this! It’s the same Jungle Cruise but with a Holiday flare. We love all the silly touches to our favorite “punny” ride. I highly recommend also grabbing a bite to eat the the Jungle Navigation Skipper Canteen to keep the puns and laughter coming!
Located in Hollywood Studios, the Hollywood and Vine’s Seasonal Dine is an “all you care to enjoy” dinner buffet guaranteed to get your jingle bells “jingling”!! You will NOT be visited by Christmas spirits, but instead, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Pluto!! All will be dressed in their holiday finest! Also available will be a holiday feast like no other, complete with beautifully decorated cakes and pastries.
Of course you can meet Santa! He will be in Disney Springs just waiting to greet you! And yes, he DOES know you were a little naughty this year! He is also at the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas party. Santa meets in Town Square and will wave at you from his very special float during the parade. You can also meet Santa in Magic Kingdom during the day as the holidays get closer.
Epcot hosts FESTIVAL OF THE HOLIDAYS from November 19th through December 30th, 2017. This festival tells each country’s story of the Holidays, complete with their version of Santa and delicious holiday treats!
Well, there you go! Those are our must-do’s for the holidays at Disney World! Let us know if you have done any of them and what you thought about it!
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