Hello everyone and Merry Christmas! I am back once
again and this time I'd like to talk about Disneyland and Walt
Disney World at Christmas time! I want to begin in Walt Disney World
since most people go there more.
I suggest going to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas
Party. It costs extra money, but it's a lot of fun! The Osbourne
Lights are over at Disney's Hollywood Studios and I really wish they
would bring them to Disney California Adventure after the Carsland
Expansion is done since it seems so cool!
Disneyland Christmas time is the most magical time.
It's very pretty around the holidays. Lets have our journey begin on
Main Street, USA where you can find a 100 foot tree and garland
greeting us all the way down the street. The garland and tree give a
more magical feel and it's so cool walking down and seeing Sleeping
Beauty Castle when it looks like a snow storm just hit it! I love
how Disney can make a snow storm happen in a sunny place!
Let's go over to Fantasyland where the it's a small
world holiday overlay is. This is something that is really worth
going on. It's very magical seeing Christmas being celebrated all
around the world. You can even hear famous songs sung in different
languages and in addition to that it's great spotting some famous
characters like Peter Pan and Alice!
Let's take a trip to Santa's reindeer over in
Frontierland! Here you can find Santa's reindeer relaxing before
their annual trip around the world!
New Orleans Square is home to the Haunted Mansion
but when it becomes Halloween and Christmas time, the Haunted
Mansion turns into the Nightmare Before Christmas overlay as Jack
Skellington moves in starting in October until January giving a new
experience to the famous attraction!
Also while in the park, make sure you check out the Christmas parade
which is something I always try to watch!
In Disney's California Adventure a Christmas
addition occurs during World of Color where a portion of the show
focuses on Prep and Landing. Hopefully next year the whole show will
be Christmas filled!