Walt Disney World Begins It’s Holiday Season Starting Today With Health And Safety Measures

The holiday season has officially begun at Walt Disney World starting today! As it was announced previously as the resort will be having some modified changes due towards the health and safety measures within the ongoing pandemic as you can read the previous post here.

Here’s what you can expect from the four theme parks and Disney Springs:

Magic Kingdom:

Guests favorite characters don their holiday best and celebrating the holiday season in a series of special cavalcades complete with Christmastime floats and music. From Mickey and friends trimming a tree to Goofy and his pals whipping up a bakeshop full of scrumptious treats, character cavalcades bring holiday spirit to the streets of Magic Kingdom throughout the day. And keep your eyes open for Santa when he glides down the parade route in his sleigh.

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Main Street, U.S.A. is the spot to catch the Holiday Trolley, bringing festive harmonies from the Dapper Dans barbershop quartet, and you may just see some Toy Soldiers joining the Main Street Philharmonic when they march through Magic Kingdom playing their merry melodies.

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At night, holiday magic brings a festive look to Cinderella Castle with special projection effects, producing a kaleidoscope of designs including festive stripes and dots, a whimsical Christmas sweater look, a jeweled winter castle and a regal overlay of red, green and gold ornamentation. It’s sure to provide the perfect colorful backdrop for your holiday photos.

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Don’t forget to check out the Muppets to as they have returned back to Liberty Square! (Note: They will not be speaking or have any show elements and just holiday music playing).

Some of you’re favorite Disney characters such as Mary Poppins & Bert, the Disney princesses in their holiday attire will be socially distance from guests on the Main Street train station. Source: (© BlogMickey)

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

Santa will bring glitz and glamour to a motorcade down Hollywood Boulevard, led by an entourage of elves and riding in his red convertible packed with presents. And just in time for the holiday season, “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration” adds a festive finale, featuring everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf, and celebratory songs of the season.

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After dark, the iconic Hollywood Tower Hotel on Sunset Boulevard will twinkle with projection effects as it becomes the Hollywood Holiday Tower Hotel, magically transforming into a Muppets gingerbread masterpiece, a Toy Story toy hotel, a snowy corner of Arendelle and a Dickensian village inspired by “Mickey’s Christmas Carol.” The map projection will more than likely to have modifications for “Sunset Seasons Greetings” for the health and safety measures in placed as the projections begin today.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom:

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is still the new comer for the holidays being introduced last year (check post here) and will be doing again it for this year. The park will bring unique seasonal décor and a flurry of festive flotillas with favorite Disney characters sailing down the Discovery River to a jolly holiday soundtrack.

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“Donald’s Dino Bash Festive Flotilla” takes its seasonal celebration to the water, with character friends waving to everyone as they pass, and Chip ‘n’ Dale jingle through the jungle, bringing their own style of holiday flair to the river. The Discovery Island Drummers cruise along, too, entertaining guests on the shore with an energetic holiday beat. And when Santa Claus makes the trek to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, he’ll spread the joyous spirit of the season to all he sees along the way.


The Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays presented by AdventHealth kicks off November 27th with live entertainment, Holiday Kitchens, the Holiday Cookie Stroll and more. Discover a festival like no other, featuring the joyous holiday traditions of our 11 World Showcase nations. Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays surrounds you in the wondrous sights, sounds and flavors of the season, as celebrated by cultures near and far.

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Disney Springs:

Starting on November 7th for Disney Springs, when the area will transform into a winter wonderland, full of sparkling lights, enchanting décor and holiday surprises. Disney Springs is the place to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. And here, you’ll want to take a break and savor the comforting flavors of the season.

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As you wander, you can enjoy the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll presented by AdventHealth, with elaborately decorated, Disney-themed trees appearing throughout the shopping, dining and entertainment district. There will also be music-playing DJs during the day, and in the evening, stilt-walking toy soldiers, skating snowflakes and a magical snowfall will add a touch of wonder for holiday shoppers at surprise locations.

Mickey and Minnie Tree at Disney Springs. Source: (©DisneyFoodBlog)

Santa and Mrs. Claus are also making the trip to Disney Springs this year, where later in November you’ll be able to catch them soaking up their last bit of Florida sunshine before their big night. Look for them cruising Lake Buena Vista and sharing Christmas wishes from a pair of colorfully decorated pontoon boats.

Disney Parks merchandise for the holidays this year can be purchased on shopDisney.com, Walt Disney World and starting soon on November 19th is the reopening up of Buena Vista Street at the Disneyland Resort for Disney California Adventure as an extension for Downtown Disney District.

For everything Disney Parks & Resorts and all other themed entertainment news, keep checking back here at SkywalkingAdventure.com.

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