It is now November which means Halloween is over. Just like that, it’s Christmas. All the stores are taking Halloween out and replacing it with Christmas. Including Disney. Disney is known for its magic. Including the “Where did the Halloween decor go and where did that wreath come from?”. There are even awesome time-lapse videos to show some of the amazing changes. Whether it is Fairy God Mother, Pixie Dust or just call it Disney Magic, when is it happening?
There is one last Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party tonight. Within the next few days, I would expect the transformation to take place. Fast. By next week it will begin to look a lot like Christmas. The first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is November 8th and already sold out. Animal Kingdom has new holly jolly events and Hollywood Studios are also launching the 8th. Magic Kingdom is usually the first makeover into its new festive look, Merry outfits and a parade even Santa doesn’t miss. SPOILER. Not all decorations will be up right away. Like the big Christmas tree on Main Street. It may be delayed until after the taping of the Christmas parade. It is not live, sorry. All of the Christmas offerings will start this month. The parks are closely followed by the resorts and Disney Springs. Who can resist the beautiful gingerbread houses, yuletide greetings, and unique decor.
While the decor is up and makes for some festive photos, some of the events don’t traditionally start until later. The Candlelight Processional beginning on November 29, 2019, is one. If you want to experience both holiday themes, the best chance is to go to Disney between November 1-9. You will usually get both parties if you’re quick!
What’s your favorite Christmas offering at Disney? Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is one of mine. My name is Jamie Porter and I am an independent travel agent with Amazing Magical Adventures. I am a Disney Addict and a current AP holder. My family loves experiencing the magic of Disney and I would love to help make memories. Follow me on Facebook, click here. Or email me, Jamieporter@amazingmagicaladventures.com.
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