It may be summer at Disney World, but it seems the theme park is already gearing up for the holidays — and no, we are not talking about Halloween!
Disney World celebrates the winter holidays at all of its parks, and many Guests often flock from all over the world to celebrate with the magic of Disney. Last year, although the theme parks were open, many celebratory offerings were heavily reduced or removed due to the pandemic, and international travel remained nearly impossible for many.
Now, as the state of the world continues to progress with vaccination rollout, Disney World is gearing up to celebrate with everyone once again!
Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) just Tweeted:
It’s the most magical time of the year! Join us for our #HalfwaytotheHolidays merry takeover on the Disney Parks Blog for jolly holly surprises from Disney Parks, Experiences and Products starting tomorrow!
It’s the most magical time of the year! Join us for our #HalfwaytotheHolidays merry takeover on the Disney Parks Blog for jolly holly surprises from Disney Parks, Experiences and Products starting tomorrow! ❄?⛄https://t.co/nxbGOu1WAG pic.twitter.com/VMYpPdKaCp
— Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) July 11, 2021
The Tweet posted multiple photos that allowed us to know that more information regarding the holidays, food, and events are coming soon. One photo also noted that Disney Parks TikTok would be doing a live event on Wednesday, July 14, regarding the holidays, which may mean we are close to receiving news on what to expect this Christmas season.
Last year, the fan-favorite event Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party was canceled. With Halloween bringing in Boo Bash, an After-Hours event, it will be interesting to see if Disney decides to go the same route for Christmas — especially with Disneyland announcing that they are bringing back their Halloween Party, Oogie Boogie Bash.
With the holidays being one of the busiest times of the year at Walt Disney World, we can bet that there will definitely be offerings this year that will entice Guests to visit, especially since international travel is beginning to reopen.
What do you think Disney World will offer at their theme parks this holiday season?