A Frozen Holiday Wish returns as part of 2015 Holiday Season lineup


In a few weeks school will be back in session and the next major holiday will be a wintery one. For a pixie dust filled holiday, your best bet is to head to Walt Disney World when the weather gets cold in your neck of the woods.

Here’s what to expect for Holiday Celebrations:

Magic Kingdom

Celebrate the magic of the season at Walt Disney World with returning favorites. Making its return for the 2nd year is “A Frozen Holiday Wish” castle lighting show. Also returning is the Jingle Cruise holiday makeover of the Jungle cruise, which should be all the more fun in its third year.

Here’s video of last year’s “A Frozen Holiday Wish”:

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will host 20 yuletide filled nights from Nov 8 through Dec 18. Beginning at 7 p.m. (after regular park hours), guests with special event tickets can enjoy the spectacular holiday splendor, along with complimentary cookies and hot cocoa, and snow flurries on Main Street, U.S.A. Special holiday entertainment during the event includes Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas! Dance Party, “Celebrate the Season” musical stage show starring favorite Disney characters, and “Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season” fireworks spectacular.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Disneyworld.com/Christmasparty. Tickets for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party 2015 can be purchased for the following dates:

November 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20 and 29

December 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 18

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

In what could possibly be their final year, the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights will return with their perfectly synchronized holiday display. They can be found on the Streets of America from Nov 6, 2015 through Jan 3, 2016


Find Santa and Mrs Claus (usually in the America Pavilion) and the nightly “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth – Holiday Edition”

The Candlelight Processional is an event you must experiene to fully enjoy. The retelling of the Christmas Story led by celebrity narrators backed by full orchestra and a huge choir is a fan favorite.

Additionally, each World Showcase country shares their holiday traditions during “Holidays Around The World.” There will be music, storytelling, holiday merchandise, and fun from Nov 27 – Dec 30.

“Joyful!” brings a gospel inspired blend of jazz, R&B, and urban music while performing Christmas tunes with a soulful spin.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Meet Mickey and Minnie at Adventurers Outpost in Disney’s Animal Kingdom during the holiday season for a special photo opportunity. Mickey and Minnie dress in their holiday best, which makes for the perfect Christmas card photo.

Downtown Disney

Downtown Disney will be decked with holiday décor to bring Christmas cheer to holiday shoppers and guests. Santa will be available for a special meet and greet, along with jolly holiday entertainment throughout the season.

Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

All Walt Disney World resorts shine brightly with merry décor during the holiday season. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort is a favorite holiday stop with its 16-foot-high Victorian gingerbread house located in the lobby. Disney’s Beach Club Resort hosts an incredible gingerbread carousel display, accompanied by the sweet smell of Christmas treats wafting through the entryway. Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Disney’s Boardwalk Resort have their own festive gingerbread holiday displays for guests’ delight. Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge showcase breathtaking Christmas trees towering inside the resorts.

With so many splendid sights to see, Christmas joy radiates to every corner of Walt Disney World Resort. What is your favorite part about spending the holidays at Walt Disney World?

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