It's currently the Halloween season, with Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom delighting kids for a few more weeks, but Christmas is hot on its heels. Before you know it, there will be a chill in the air as the holiday season descends over the Walt Disney World resort and brings special fun to all four parks.
How do the Disney theme parks celebration Christmas? Check out the list accompanying this article for some highlights. You'll find everything from dazzling light displays to an orchestral retelling of the Christmas story to snow that belies the tropical Floridian climate.
Most of the Christmas events are included with your regular admission ticket, although one does cost extra. If you decide to visit during the holiday season, your best bet is early December. Holiday crowds are huge, but there's a small lull right after Thanksgiving as people gear up for the season. Once Christmas gets closer, they all flock to Florida to celebrate. If you can come earlier, you'll enjoy much shorter lines, along with all the decorations and festive fun.