Celebrate Christmas with Disney: tips for travelers planning a winter trip to the amusement park
Disney theme parks do not become less popular or beautiful during the cold season. On the contrary, during the holidays, rides, characters, and scenery transform, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in a winter fairy tale.
Travel experts advise those planning to visit their favorite childhood characters during the holidays. According to Insider, New Year's decorations start appearing at Walt Disney World the day after Halloween.
This means that tourists have almost three months to see for themselves how the amusement park looks in winter. And there's a lot to see. According to The Walt Disney Company, tourists will find 1300 decorated trees and 8.5 million lights throughout the park.
Travelers have been warned that the traditional Disney parade, which looks so beautiful on television on Christmas and Christmas Eve, is filmed in advance - in November. The chance to see it live is only during this time, not on the day of the celebration.
For those seeking both aesthetic and gastronomic delights, a trip to Walt Disney World should be a must. Local chefs work for several weeks to create edible decorations from gingerbread, chocolate, and other sweets.
The Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party holiday show becomes part of the daily program only after December 22, and before that, you will have to pay for admission.
Visitors can enjoy the Christmas parade and fireworks after hours for more than $159 for those over 10 years old and $149 for younger ones.
The last tip was for travelers looking to save money. According to visitors who have already been to the amusement park, the decorations remain there until January, so it will be possible to see a winter fairy tale after the holidays and at much lower prices.