There’s so much to love about the holidays at Disneyland and this year, the celebration starts November 8 and lasts through January 6.
Disneyland Resort will morph from the Happiest Place on Earth to the Merriest Place on Earth as holiday magic transforms the resort into a wonderland of festive treats, bright décor, unique merchandise and entertainment to put anyone in the holiday mood.
Be inspired by the sights and sounds of Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, Kwanzaa, and Three Kings Day at Disney California Adventure park. Revel in the holiday magic at Cars Land with Whirl and Mater’s Jingle Jamboree. And stay for the ultimate finale to your holiday in the park with the “World of Color – Season of Light” spectacular, as a cheerful mix of lights, fire, water, lasers, and fountains bring Disney animation to dazzling life. It’s truly a holiday miracle nd quite the experience!
Across the esplanade, Disneyland Park will dress up in its holiday best in celebration of the season. Icy lights will blanket Sleeping Beauty Castle, giving it a brilliant wintry glow. See all your favorite Disney characters in “A Christmas Fantasy” parade. Even the jolliest man on earth makes an appearance at this festive parade that’s sure to have kids and kids at heart believing in the magic of the season.
Even “it’s a small world” dresses up for the season with festive lights and cheerful décor. Don’t forget to experience “Haunted Mansion Holiday” as even the spookiest place on earth gets a holiday upgrade! Stick around for “Believe…in Holiday Magic,” a one-of-a-kind seasonal fireworks spectacular. It’s the perfect way to add a festive end to your day.
If you want to book a trip to visit Disneyland Resort this holiday season, we recommend reaching out to our friends at Academy Travel, Inside the Magic’s preferred Authorized Disney Vacation Planners who can help plan the Disney vacation of your holiday dreams. Click here for a free no obligation quote from Academy Travel!
When was the last time you celebrated the holidays at Disneyland Resort? Which part of the festivities was your favorite, and what attractions do you think should undergo a holiday transformation next?