It’s Christmas time at the Magic Kingdom and will start to spread over all Disney parks soon.
Christmas has arrived at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando and while there are a lot of changes from previous years, it’s still a wonderful sight to see.
With the end of October comes the start of Christmas at Disney Parks in Orlando and with Disneyland shuttered until 2021, it’s all you got.
Last year I was able to make it to Disney Parks just as the changeover from Halloween to Christmas began. Needless to say, I was a tad disappointed. For starters, a previous Disney special on television promoted an overnight makeover on October 31st. I made my family stay another night, you know by twisting their arms, so we could see the big change.
While there were Christmas wreaths on Main Street, U.S.A., and a few decorations here and there, it was hardly the change we expected. Of course, we find out that we needed to say a few more days.
The Christmas tree is now up and the decorations are full and this week Cinderella’s castle was revealed ready for the holidays. Missed it again!
Now between the end of the year, you can see all that the Magic Kingdom has to offer for the holidays and while there will be no extra hours of the annual Disney Christmas extravaganzas, you can still take in the decorations and a little holiday shopping.
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, the other Disney parks will finalize their decorations as well. This includes EPCOT and Disney Springs.