Disney World Will Still Be a Christmas Destination, But 2 Major Events Are Canceled


If you have visited Walt Disney World during the holidays, then you definitely know it is the most magical place on earth.

While you explore the four theme parks and various hotels, you can experience the seasonal treats, decorated Christmas trees, and festive lights.

Disney revealed significant changes to the holiday events list, including the cancellation of the Candlelight Processional at Epcot and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, reported People.

You shouldn't be disappointed, because theme parks will still be festive, even with current safety and health procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a Disney park blog post, the holiday season starts fairly early for Disney lovers. When arriving at the parks, guests will be able to try seasonal food and drinks, enjoy themed merchandise, festive decorations, and entertainment. Park-goers can experience holiday magic from November 6 to December 30.

If your family wants to meet characters during the holidays, that is available with social distancing guidelines in place. At the Magic Kingdom cavalcade, family and friends can meet reindeer, gingerbread men, elves, etc.

When taking a trip to Cinderella's Castle, you will see the castle with a colorful Christmas sweater-inspired projection at night. At the character dining at Hollywood & Vine, children can meet Santa, Goofy, and other Disney friends while social distancing.

Even though some of your favorite events are canceled, Epcot's International Festival of the Holidays is coming back, so guests can travel the world and try festive flavors worldwide.

According to the new guidelines, face coverings are to be worn at all times, "except when actively eating or drinking while stationary and physically distanced."

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