While everyone else is making resolutions to lose weight or learn a new language, make your own resolution to enjoy what’s left of 2018 at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Disney is known for year-round fun and they take that fun to a whole new level during the holidays. Enjoy events year-end events like Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays and Flurry of Fun at Hollywood Studios. They even have a some awesome ideas for New Years eve!
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It only takes a few hours and tons of manpower to turn the Magic Kingdom from a spooky Halloween setting to a magical holiday wonderland and the transformation is incredible. On select nights from November 8 through December 21, make all your Christmas dreams come true at the happiest place on earth. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party pulls out all the stops, filling the Magic Kingdom with jolly holiday music, scenic holiday decor and all your favorite characters decked out in their Christmas best. You’ll also enjoy appearances from special guests like Jack Skellington as Sandy Claws, Scrooge McDuck and, of course, Santa himself!
The party also transforms some of the rides, including Big Thunder Mountain and Dumbo the Flying Elephant, into holiday wonders. Guests of all ages will be on the edge of their seats for incredible shows like Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration, A Frozen Holiday Wish and A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas. The Once Upon a Christmastime Parade lights up Main Street, U.S.A. each night and the evening ends with the Holiday Wishes fireworks show. And, to top it off, many of the restaurants offer complimentary holiday treats, plus Disney offers special dining and dessert packages.
This special event requires a separate ticket from general park admission, which you can purchase at the gate. Advanced tickets are also available online and save you $10 over the gate prices, which start at $105 a person.
Have a look at the Top 5 things you should do at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party according to Disney themselves: