Thursday, December 13, 2012

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

It's been a while since I've done a Disney post so what better way to get going again then to post about the most perfect and festive event Disney has to offer! Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP). You are probably thinking "this sounds very similar to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP)."

Well you thought right! It is! the premise is the same: You buy a separate ticket for a select night in December, you get a special parade and fireworks show, AND (the best part) free cookies and hot chocolate all night! Maybe it's just me, but this sounds like a much better deal then the trick or treating at MNSSHP. Don't get me wrong, I love both, but if I had to choose, MVMCP all the way!

You walk in and you are greeted with a very picturesque scene of snow falling on Main Street with a spectacularly lit Cinderella Castle at the end. It is one of the most magical memories you will have. The castle is covered in lights that make it look like it was dipped in ice.

Again, since you have to buy additional tickets to this event, you will see less crowds. This is a good opportunity to get on those rides you might not have been able to ride during the day when the park was open to the public.

As far as the parade and fireworks go, they are magical! There really is no other way to describe it. The parade is complete with dancing reindeer and nutcrackers. Just go see it for yourself!

If you love the holidays as much as I do then this is the party for you! There's still time to plan a trip to Disney for the holidays! Be sure to check out their website for available dates buy your tickets early as they will sell out!

Other must do's at Disney World in December:
Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights - Disney's Hollywood Studios
Candlelight Processional - Epcot
Gingerbread House - Grand Floridian Hotel and Spa

 And in the spirit of Christmas at Disney World: Here we are on our trip from last December!

1 comment :

  1. I really want to go to Disney for Christmas. I've never been. I'm hoping I can convince Tim to take me this year. I want to see the Osborne lights, and this looks great too.