Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks

December 8, 2020

Christmas only a few weeks away and Walt Disney World is pulling out all the stops. It promises to be a Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks.  Though pretty much everything right now is different at Walt Disney World. The phased reopening of Walt Disney World remains ongoing, and a lot has been canceled or changed for the 2020 holiday season. This is due to capacity limitations, physical distancing requirements, and what is economically viable considering the limitations.

Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks

 

Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks

The good news is that now we are in December, which means that Christmas is fully underway in all four parks. As well as the operational hotels, and at Disney Springs. It may not be a normal year, but it still feels festive at Walt Disney World! Enjoy these celebrations that are created just for this joyful season and fill the air with Christmas magic!

Castle Dream Lights not on Cinderella Castle

Cinderella Castle Dream Lights will not be happening at the Magic Kingdom this holiday season. Instead, a series of holiday projections will cover the Cinderella Castle in the evening and already it has been a hit! “When night falls, special projection effects will give a festive look to Cinderella Castle this year, providing a colorful backdrop for our guests’ photos. The appearance of the iconic castle will be transformed with a rotating series of designs including a whimsical Christmas sweater and a regal overlay of red, green, and gold ornamentation. This will be in place of the Castle Dream Lights.”

Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks

Mickey’s Holiday’s Cavalcade

Other holiday experiences that draw big crowds will be on hiatus this year as well, such as Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom and the Candlelight Processional at EPCOT.  Magic Kingdom Park features festive cavalcades with floats and music, including ‘Mickey’s Holiday Cavalcade’, ‘Goofy’s Scrumptious Cavalcade’, and ‘A Royal Christmas Processional’.

Santa Claus Sails into Animal Kingdom

Santa Claus is coming to town! In fact, he’s already arrived at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where he’s making his way around Discovery River in his own Festive Flotilla. Santa’s boat is decorated to look like a sleigh, with beautiful paint on the sides and white reindeer reminiscent of other Animal Kingdom decorations themed to last year’s Merry Menagerie.

Christmas at Hollywood Studios

Christmas at Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios includes ‘For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration’, as well as Minnie Mouse’s yuletide dining experience at Hollywood & Vine. Santa Claus Motorcade – Catch the Santa Claus Merry Motorcade, where an entourage of Elves leads jolly old St. Nick up Hollywood Blvd. in his candy-apple red convertible, packed with a sack of presents!
The Hollywood Holiday Tower Hotel – Watch the famous Hollywood Tower Hotel make its evening transformation, giving a playful nod to a variety of fan favorite tales including The Muppets, Toy Story, Frozen and Mickey’s Christmas Carol.
Minnie’s Holiday Dine at Hollywood & Vine – Don’t miss Minnie’s yuletide dining experience at this popular restaurant.

Epcot Christmas Celebration

Experience cheerful celebrations from around the world! Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays – From November 27 to December 31, be sure to visit our Holiday Kitchens and also take part in our sweet Holiday Cookie Stroll.

Experience cheerful celebrations from around the world!

Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays – From November 27 to December 31, be sure to visit our Holiday Kitchens and also take part in our sweet Holiday Cookie Stroll.
Santa Claus Promenade – Witness Santa Claus’s grand tour around World Showcase in his horse-drawn sleigh, wishing everyone a happy holiday season.
 Mickey and Friends Holiday World Tour-  Look for Micky Mouse and his pals all dressed in their seasonal finest.
Frozen Holiday Promenade – Watch Queen Anna and Elsa ring in the season, journeying from country to country and waving to their fans—like you—along the way.
New! Olaf’s Holiday Tradition Expedition Scavenger Hunt – Have a blast tracking down all of the things on Olaf’s list during this fun scavenger hunt.

Enjoy the Festive 2020 Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks, even more, when you purchase your Disney World Discount Tickets from Epic Visitor Services and save!

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