The Magic of Disney Christmas at Disney Parks

During the most magical time of the year, there are a myriad of things to do in the most magical place of all.

From special effects and shows to festive decorations throughout the parks, celebrating Christmas in Disney World is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

The sights and sounds are unmatched, and the magic is apparent.

Each park has something special.

Epcot at Christmas

Epcot's Illuminations has a special holiday addition that lights up the sky during the song "Let There Be Peace on Earth".

A Candlelight Processional shows three times nightly with a holiday performance, that takes place at the America Gardens Theatre, and Joyful!

A Gospel Presentation of the Seasons takes place behind the Fountain of Nations.

On your way to the World Showcase, be sure to check out the beautiful landscape and gardens surrounding the park, lined in gorgeous poinsettias.

But perhaps the best part about the holidays at Epcot is the World Showcase, featuring special celebrations and decorations that are traditional to each country.

Hollywood Studios at Christmas

Hollywood Studios, for a number of years has hosted the spectacular Osbourne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights.

But this has officially come to an end, to make room for the additions to the newly constructed Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land.

While the details are not finalized yet on new Christmas shows, it seems promising that a Frozen themed Christmas show will take its place.

More information should be released shortly on the specifics.

Animal Kingdom at Christmas

Since it closes early, and houses a lot of exotic animals, Animal Kingdom is not known for its lights and decorations.

However, some of the trees throughout the park and outside the gates are decorated with snowflakes, animal masks, drums, and lights.

So make sure to take note of these little additions.

Magic Kingdom at Christmas

Magic Kingdom naturally hosts a plethora of holiday activities, including the Christmas Day Parade on ABC that is taped within the beginning few days of December.

A Frozen Holiday Wish Show features Elsa lighting up Cinderella's castle in style, with glistening white ice lights, LED bulbs lining the castle, and a periodic twinkle!

And what would a Disney Christmas be without Mickey Mouse and his friends?

Be sure to check out the after-hours event, Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party throughout November and December.

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