What could be better than The Most Magical Place on Earth at the Most Wonderful Time of the Year? Whether you’re headed to EPCOT for the International Festival of the Holidays and the Candlelight Processional or spending the night at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, you’re sure to enjoy festive offerings at Walt Disney World Resort this holiday season.
Each year, the Disney Parks boast the overnight transformation from Halloween to Christmas on November 1. While this year was no different, many Magic Kingdom Guests were disappointed when they entered the Disney Park on Tuesday to find that the towering Christmas tree hadn’t been installed on Main Street, U.S.A.
TikToker @cyrusdoesdisney was at Magic Kingdom on November 1 and shared his thoughts on the missing Christmas tree:
The video got thousands of likes and agreeing comments. “Not happy bob. Not happy,” @thatpixieplannerlife wrote.
“The magic of the 24 hr transformation.. and.. and.. there’s no tree?! I’m sorry what’s going on here,” @sapphireeeeeeee said.
“They have a whole special on how the tree and decorations go up the night of Halloween and they just… didn’t this year?!” wrote @hangibs, referencing Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic, a 2017 television special now available on Disney+.
Cole (@bibbidi.bobbidi.beard) shared the video with his own take:
“We need to talk, Bob,” Cole joked, decked out in Disney holiday gear.
“I mean. If only 1 thing was up Nov 1st it should be the tree right?” Cole wrote in the caption of the video.
Cole’s followers agreed, too! “But there were videos of it on trucks, enroute,” @disneytwinmama wrote. “What the heck happened?!”
In good news, Magic Kingdom’s Christmas Tree has returned as of Wednesday, November 2. DisneyDining shared this awe-inspiring video of the tree on TikTok:
The tree is up and she’s beautiful! No time like Christmas time at the Magic Kingdom! 🎅 . . Like and follow DisneyDining for more Disney content. . #waltdisneyworld #disney #disneyworld #disneyparks #disneyatchristmas #christmasatdisney #magickingdom
Disney Parks fans can rest… the tree has returned!
What is your favorite part about the holidays at Walt Disney World Resort?