2012 Holiday Magic at Walt Disney World
A Walt Disney World Vacation is a great thing no matter what time of year it is, but when the holidays come around it's even more magical. This year the holiday season begins on November 9th with decorations and activities starting all across the property. Disney's released a few details about just a few of the wondrous treats they have in store for guests traveling at this time.
The Magic Kingdom will be decked out in it's holiday finery, with your favorite Disney characters dressed up in their winter costumes. Holiday Wishes nighttime spectacular will transformation Cinderella's Castle into a glimmering ice palace perfectly suited for the holidays crowned by a dazzling display of fireworks.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is slated to spread some holiday cheer for 20 nights from November 9 to December 21. This special hard ticket event offers guests the chance to experience a bit of winter fun right on Main Street with fireworks, a holiday parade, live stage shows and even snow flurries. To learn more, visit DisneyWorld.com/Christmasparty.
At Epcot, guests can explore Holidays Around the World with it's costumed story tellers sharing traditions and folklore from all corners of the globe. With it's special meet and greets you can have your picture taken with at least a half a dozen different cultures version of Santa Clause.
The Candlelight Processional is back combining seasonal music with a celebrity narrator reading the Christmas story. 12 narrators will host this holiday fan favorite this year, taking turns nightly to delight their audience in Christmas splendor. Dates for the Candlelight Processional run November 23 to December 30. In addition, the ever popular IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth will get a spectacular seasonal finale.
Over at Disney Hollywood Studios, the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights are back featuring millions of dancing lights and animated displays. 3D effects that are synchronized to various holiday tunes to create a cacophony of light and sound on the Streets of America November 9 to January 4.
These are just a few of the holiday treats in store for guests heading to the Walt Disney World during the 2012 Holiday Season. We can't wait to find out all the details as they continue to become available. Do you think the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year? What's your favorite part of a WDW Holiday? Leave a comment and let us know!