Disney World Has Transformed Into A Christmas Wonderland Overnight – See The Photos


When it strikes midnight on November 1, Walt Disney World employees get busy decorating the entire park for Christmas. In just a few hours, they begin to take down all of the Halloween pumpkins and other spooky decorations and put up more festive Christmas decorations. For people who visit the parks during this time, it can be very exciting to see the whole park transform overnight from Halloween to Christmas.

Disney will be completely converted for the holidays on November 9, but it already looks so festive. There is already holiday music playing so if you visit the parks anytime soon, get ready to feel happy for the holidays! If you aren’t visiting anytime soon, check out some amazing photos of the park. They might make you want to book a trip ASAP.


Check Out the Photos


Have you ever visited a Disney park during the holidays? The holiday events begin in November and go through December. This year Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays will go from Nov. 18 to Dec. 30. Epcot celebrates holidays from around the world, not just Christmas. It could be fun to go learn about other cultures and holidays.


The Candlelight Processional’s 50-piece orchestra and choir will be performing from Nov. 22 to Dec. 30. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will be on select dates throughout November and December. Those are only a few events during November and December at Disney parks.

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If you are interested in visiting Disney parks in the holiday season, click here for all of the Disney holiday events. Are you planning to visit a Disney park this year during the holidays? Do you prefer the one in California or the one in Florida?


Disney experts say that the best time to visit the park for the holidays is November 26 through December 14. It is also less crowded to visit during the first few weeks of November, although not all of the decorations may be up. Keep in mind the most events will happen closer to Christmas, but it may be very crowded. You may also have to wait for all of the holiday decorations and lights to be up closer to the holidays.


If you enjoyed these photos, please SHARE with your friends and family who love all things Disney or the holidays! Check out the video below to see some footage from Disney Parks and see more behind the magic. Do you watch the parade on television every year too?

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