This little sectioned-off part of the America Pavilion is an entire Christmas experience. You can buy train sets, Precious Moments dolls that look like Disney characters, Santa hats and everything in between. And of course, view the huge Christmas tree right in the center. Even Santa and Mrs. Claus show up! Light Show on Cinderella Castle – Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Magic Kingdom Fifteen minutes before the Wishes holiday fireworks, this happens:
YouTube video credit: Mr121brian121Nothing compares to seeing this show in person, and I think it’s actually a million times cooler looking than the fireworks. It’s worth staking out a spot 30 minutes before the fireworks are set to begin — the rides can wait. That’s not to say don’t pick a spot near a ride you want to go on right afterward, because it could mean the difference between a five- and 30-minute wait if you dilly dally. The more you know: Disney Parks edition. Joyful! Gospel Group – Epcot I came across this act as I was leaving the park, and I’m so glad I caught it because they were absolutely fantastic. A wonderfully talented group of people putting a gospel spin on Christmas classics – what’s not to love? A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Show – Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Magic Kingdom The Story of Kwanzaa – America Pavilion, Epcot Mulch, Sweat, & Shears – Disney’s Hollywood Studios Anything else worth mentioning, dear readers – particularly at Animal Kingdom?
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