Walt Disney World starts their Christmas holiday season on 6th November and it runs through to 30th December. There will not be a Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party or Candlelight Processional but Disney has detailed other offerings.
Christmas at Walt Disney World © Disney
A reimagined holiday celebration will begin Nov. 6, 2020, at Walt Disney World Resort, with the four theme parks, Disney Springs and Disney resort hotels decked for the season. Through Dec. 30, guests will discover seasonal food and drinks at The Most Magical Place on Earth, as well as special merchandise and enchanting new entertainment experiences. Continue reading
Shortly after Disney reopened Walt Disney World they announced that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party would not go ahead. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Disney has now confirmed that their magical Christmas party will not take place this year either.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party ©Disney
In addition to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom being cancelled, Disney have also cancelled EPCOT’s Candlelight Professional.
Disney’s Christmas holiday season starts on 6 November and goes on through 30 December with Festive Park Decorations, Gingerbread Men, Elves, Reindeer, Decorated Festive Character Floats, Flotillas and Motorcades
For the first time since reopening, Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld theme parks all hit their maximum capacity for both days of the weekend.
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The theme parks are all currently running at a reduced maximum capacity of 30% from that of pre-covid maximum capacity. Since reopening they have seen relatively low guest numbers and have not reached the 30% level until this weekend. Continue reading
Following the earlier announcement that Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will not reopen until Summer 2021, it has been reported that Disney will be enhancing Guest Rooms and the Great Ceremonial House.
Currently the guest rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort have a green and brown colour scheme and this will be changed to a more Pacific Ocean inspired colour palette with patterns and textures inspired from Disney’s animated film ‘Moana’ which is set on the fictional Polynesian island of Motunui. Continue reading
Anyone that has been following the reopening changes that have been implemented at Walt Disney World will know that one of the changes Disney made was to introduce a new theme park reservation system.
©Disney Mickey and Friends Cavalcade (Kent Phillips, photographer)
Disney’s park reservation system requires guests to prebook the park they wish to visit on any given day. Annual Passholders are able to book 3 park days at a time and Disney hotel guests are guaranteed entry into one park per day of their stay. Continue reading