Disney at Christmas will still be magical this year. It’s important to set realistic expectations to have a great time. Let’s look at things for you to look at.
Do you know what rides, attractions and entertainment are available? Make sure to check out the Disney website for the most up to date information. Disney has stopped most of the entertainment in the Parks. This causes the rides to be busier. Prepare to wait a bit longer than expected. Currently, Fastpasses+ are not being used. The rider switch and Disability Assistance Service is still being utilized.
Plan to walk long distances when you are at Disney. I start planning in advance and walk BEFORE arriving. You will thank me later. I generally increase my walking by about 20% before going to Disney so that I may enjoy.
Look at what Disney is planning for the holidays. The parks will be decorated with Christmas cheer and trees. Epcot will still have some festive celebrations for guests. Keep your eyes open for magical holiday merchandise to add to your collection or wish list. Enjoy the Holiday Dine at Hollywood Studios with Minnie! I believe we will see “snow” at Disney Springs this year. Hint: Don’t try to eat the snowflakes. The Disney Resorts will still be decorated for the holidays. It is a great time to see other resorts. Note: their will not be any of the gingerbread houses and decorations like usual. The Disney resorts will be beautiful!!
Get your Park Pass Reservations and tickets early to avoid disappointment. I recommend checking the calendar prior to getting your tickets and for planning your visit. I am happy to help you with your planning and reservations if it is all too much for you. Disney at Christmas can be a wonderful time!!