What Happens at Disney World the Day After Halloween
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What happens when the most wonderful time of year meets the happiest place on Earth? On Halloween night, as the last Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party ended after the clock struck midnight, Disney cast members (employees) magically removed any trace of jack-o-lanterns and all things spooky, and began decking the halls of Disney World with red and green trimmings. The park will unleash the rest of its decor throughout the week.
One park visitor noted that even though the decor was still being finished, there is already Christmas music playing.
Disney World is rolling out their annual slew of holiday-inspired events beginning on November 8, including Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Flurry of Fun, where visitors can experience “snow” in Florida, along with lots of other holiday-themed fun The Park’s seasonal holiday fare is also making a comeback as part of Epcot’s International Festival of Holidays and Candlelight Processional, coming later this month. There will also be special menus including a Thanksgiving spread and Bûche de Noël.
The seasonal touches don’t stop in the parks themselves. Guests staying in the Walt Disney World Resort can celebrate in their room with “Dreaming of a Disney Christmas” that (for a hefty fee) includes personalized holiday touches such as Christmas tree banners with your family name and a gift from Minnie herself, according to the Disney Parks blog.
While Disney’s official Christmas festivities don’t commence until Nov. 8, park-goers can already get a taste of the holidays during their time at the “Most Magical Place on Earth.”
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