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… Read More »A Frozen Holiday Wish returns as part of 2015 Holiday Season lineup
mickey’s very merry christmas party
For fans of the Magic Kingdom it’s the two biggest nights of the year, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. It’s a chance to see the park dressed up with extra dose of pixie dust sprinkled liberally around. Definitely two of… Read More »2015 Magic Kingdom Holiday Party Dates Announced
While the Magic Kingdom is the first park to get decorations for Christmas (the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party comes early in November now), it’s always the last park to finish decorating. That’s because the giant Christmas tree can not be added to Town… Read More »Time-Lapse Video: Magic Kingdom Christmas Tree goes up
Each year during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, the Once Upon A Christmastime Parade makes its journey around the Magic Kingdom bringing the spirit of the holidays to everyone in the crowd. This year, the Kingdom of Arendelle has joined in the celebration including special… Read More »2014 Once Upon A Christmastime Parade Highlights
In billboards in town and on its digital marketing ads, Disney has decided to leave the word “Christmas” off its promotions for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. This has raised the eyebrows of more than a few. If the official name of the event is… Read More »Why is Disney leaving Christmas off its MVMCP ads?
You could see this one coming all the way from the Kingdom of Arendelle. Walt Disney World will celebrate the frosty, fantastical world of Disney’s animated hit “Frozen” this holiday season.
Starting in early November and through the merry weeks that follow, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna add their special royal touch as the Florida Vacation Kingdom delights guests with yuletide traditions and holiday cheer. Fans of the most popular animated motion picture of all time will have a sleigh-full of “Frozen” entertainment choices.
Of course, not everything is “Frozen” over, many of your traditional holiday favorites are returning. Here’s a list of what you can expect at each of the parks:
It’s party season–starting next week in the Magic Kingdom, you can attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and then in November, you can celebrate the holidays at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Both are special ticketed events, which means that you’ll pay around $65… Read More »Are Disney’s Holiday Parties Worth It?
Here’s a really cute video from Walt Disney World. It follows a Toy Soldier who dreams of marching in Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade. Kind of a take off on that Budweiser Draft Horse Super Bowl commercial, which itself was a take off on… Read More »Toy Soldier’s Big Moment at Walt Disney World