Disneyland is starting early this year’s holiday celebrations, which will run from November 12, 2021 to January 9, 2022.
Guests visiting these dates can experience a variety of new and returning holiday events, along with Santa and Disney characters decorated for their best holiday.
Guests entering Disneyland Park will be greeted by a magnificent 60-foot-tall Christmas tree on Main Street, USA, decorated with nearly 1,800 ornaments, while “It’s a Small World” Holiday and Haunted Mansion Holiday will transform these attractions in seasonal versions for guests. to enjoy.
Several times a day, guests can enjoy the “A Christmas Fantasy” parade, and in the evening, Sleeping Beauty’s winter castle flashes with light in an enchanted winter spectacle.
A new holiday store, Plaza Point, arrives in Main Street, USA. This Victorian-themed space will be the place to buy your holiday home with Disney ornaments, garlands and other festive decorations. Disneyland says store screens will reflect the commitment to diversity and seasonal vacations around the world.
At the end of the day, guests will be able to enjoy the spectacular “Believe in Holiday Magic” fireworks with colorful projections on Main Street USA, with an exciting final moment of several beloved characters, dressed in their pajamas, saluting goodbye from the balcony of the Disneyland Railway Station in the town square.
At Disney California Adventure Park, the Disney Holiday Festival will allow visitors to discover the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse season of celebrations, such as Christmas / Christmas, Diwali, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Valentine’s Day. Reis.
The festivities will include live entertainment, themed merchandise and eight food markets where guests will be able to savor and savor the culinary delights of the holidays.
The celebration continues with “Disney ¡Viva Navidad!” while Disney characters throw a fun street party with Mexican folk dancers and mariachis, Brazilian samba dancers and percussionists, giant mojiganga puppets and Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse dressed in their best party.
Mickey Mouse and friends will also celebrate the season with a merry party and dance to the magical beat of the Holiday Toy Drummers several times a day.
Cars Land will be decorated with holiday decorations that begin with a snow-covered billboard at the entrance to the country and extend to the tree with bar caps that decorate the front of the court. Guests can also enjoy the festive Luigi’s Joy to the Whirl and Mater’s Jingle Jamboree.
And it’s not Christmas without photos with Santa, who will be at his rustic home on the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail for guests to find.
To enjoy the holiday events in the parks, you need a valid ticket and a theme park reservation for the same park on the same day.
The Disney Center district and Disneyland Resort hotels will also feature traditional décor and festive entertainment for guests to enjoy.
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