Christmas Has Arrived at Downtown Disney!

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Although Disneyland Resort may not be fully open for the holidays – there is still plenty of cheer going on for the areas that are available to Guests. And now, we can see that Downtown Disney has had some festive pixie dust sprinkled with decorations all over!

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With Buena Vista Street reopening shortly as an addition to Downtown Disney, many California locals are likely going to want to spend their Christmas holidays in the area, considering it is the closest they can get to entering Disneyland, and you actually do get to enter a section of Disney California Adventure.

Thanks to Five Fires/@thecalibae and their Instagram posts, we can see that Christmas really is starting now at Downtown Disney! The decorations do not look too intense, but enough to have Guests feel like they are doused with some holiday magic. It seems that Disney went for a silver and blue color scheme this year, which is the perfect snowfall vibe!

Another shot below showcases the gorgeous giant Christmas tree that is sure to be one of the more Instagrammed locations at Downtown Disney this holiday season.

Will Buena Vista Street be decorated?

With the reopening of Buena Vista Street during the holiday season comes the question of will it be themed? And luckily Рthat answer is yes! 

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Inside the Magic has already reported that Buena Vista St. is loaded in Christmas decorations prior to its reopening on November 19th! Downtown Disney Guests can expect to visit the following locations in the newly opened area:

-Elias & Co.
-At Julius Katz & Sons,
-Kingswell Camera Shop
-Trolley Treats
-Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe
-Carthay Circle Lounge,
-Smokejumpers Grill

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So although Disney California Adventure is not officially open, it seems that Disney is doing their best to allow Guests to feel as if it were in terms of the level and detail of decorations in the area. Since the parks have been closed for 8 months, it will be a real treat to have an added section not only reopen, but reopen with the Disney detail we all know and love!

Will you be headed to Downtown Disney this holiday season?

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