Disney World at Christmas: The Magic Gets Even Better

Disney World Christmas Magic

Those specs you see is fake snow falling!

Spending the holidays at a Disney park is an epic experience, to put it very mildly. Just when it seems the magic can’t get any better….during the Christmas season, it does. Both Disneyland and the Walt Disney World Resort spare no expense to give their guests a super-sensory experience. In all of my travels, I’ve never felt anything so magical as viewing the incredible light displays, the decorations, interacting with the Disney characters and cast members that make it all possible.

Visiting a Disney park this time of year is a must. The festivities begin around Thanksgiving, and last through the month of January. However, to avoid the biggest crowds and the highest prices, try not to visit the parks during the two weeks surrounding Christmas and New Year’s day. Any other time between November and January, DO IT! It is the off season, and many lovely deals can be had. Mousesavers can help you with all of your planning.

I’ve compiled a photo essay of a recent trip to Disney World during the festive season. I’ll let the pictures do the talking…

Main Street USA at Christmas

Main Street USA, Disney World.


Some shenanigans before our adventure.

Disney World-balloon-vendor

Disney World Haunted Mansion

Getting reading to go to the Haunted Mansion…look, no lines!

Disney World Gift Shops

Browsing the gift shops.

Mickey Mouse Baubles just in time for the holidays.

Disney World Jack figurine

Love can be found anywhere

Cinderella's Castle as dusk.

As the sun sets…

Disney World Magic Christmas at dusk.

…the lights begin to dazzle.

Disney World Lighted Christmas Tree

Disney World Drive In Movie

Time for a drive-in movie…in a fake car with dinner service!

Explorer Sue

Makes for an awesome Date Night!

Great deals are to be found when you book a package including accommodation at the Wald Disney World Resort hotel, park tickets, and transport. There are accommodations to fit any budget.

These photos can’t begin to capture the sights, sounds, and overall experience that is Disney during the holidays. You simply must come see it for yourself. Here a little video to whet your appetite. Happy Holidays!!!



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