It’s official, the Christmas season is in full swing at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, as Main Street U.S.A. now features all of its yuletide decor. Take a look at this year’s stunning decorations in this collection of photos, featuring views from the iconic street during its holiday celebration.
Not officially part of Main Street, U.S.A., but still a wintery sight to see, Magic Kingdom’s park entrance is now decked out in full holiday decor of festive wreaths, Christmas trees, and a holiday arrangement of horticulture. Upon approaching the park, this Christmastime display could get any grumpy guest in the Christmas spirit with all of its seasonal joy. It is also the perfect beginning to the many seasonal festivities to be found within the park during the holiday season.
Upon entering Main Street U.S.A. is where guests are immediately greeted with the iconic Christmas tree display. Full of strung popcorn, rocking horses, Christmas candles and ball ornaments, this tree perfectly captures the classic feel of a Christmas back home with loved ones.
This area also includes toy soldiers in all of their glory, helping guests march into the merriment of the holiday season.
After gliding past these holiday favorites, guests can take in all of the Christmas magic of Main Street U.S.A. in a single glance, at one of the most iconic picture taking spots in all of Magic Kingdom.
This spot also marks the beginning of where park guests are fully immersed into the Christmastime magic of Magic Kingdom. This holiday magic starts with the festive garland wrapping of the Emporium and Confectionary.
Upon traveling a little further down the street, guests can take in some of the smaller decorations that only aid in helping overwhelm guests in this Christmas spectacle. These decorations include wreaths in windows and special stand-alone versions featuring yuletide candles, which hang throughout the entire street.
The merriment only continues as you make your way down the street, passing by Crystal Arts and House of Magic. Similar to the rest of the street, these iconic shops both feature eye-catching garland decorated with Christmas ball ornaments strung across their storefronts.
This seasonal spectacle finally comes to an all-time high upon reaching the end of Main Street U.S.A, where sights of Cinderella Castle decorated in 200,000 lights can be seen. Technically, this special display of Cinderella Castle can only be seen at night, but even during the day this beloved castle’s wondrous sights are the cherry on top of Main Street U.S.A.’s holiday magic.
All of these Christmas decorations can be seen at Magic Kingdom’s Main Street U.S.A today and will continue to be at the park throughout the holiday season.