Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Holidays at Disney World

Have you ever considered going to Walt Disney World for Christmas? It's common to wonder whether or not the crowds will be overwhelming or if this will be a perfect time to take in the sites--we've got your Q&A right here!

Will it be crowded?
Walt Disney World is a favorite family destination, but WDW doesn't keep filling the park all day. Get there early and get in, as the park could be closed to visitors who arrive later in the day when maximum capacity is reached. With a plan in hand, you should have no problem enjoying Walt Disney World during the holidays.

What should I do on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day?
Many guests who stay at Walt Disney World suggest the Epcot Center and the Candlelight Processional on Christmas Eve. When you're spending the holidays at Disney, you should book extra-special events to add to the Christmas cheer. Guests truly enjoy this break from day-to-day routine, and for children, it's a fantastic holiday thrill.

Why do people go to the Magic Kingdom at Christmastime?
Walt Disney takes the Magic Kingdom and turns it all around on Christmas, and you will see evidence of this as soon as you enter the Kingdom: there's a massive Christmas tree in Town Square and a lot of decorations strewn around Main Street. Top attractions include enchanted storytelling and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade.

Where can I stay?
Many guests going to Walt Disney World are overwhelmed when trying to select accommodations. Our favorite pick? The Waldorf Astoria Orlando, which is a gem of a location that also provides a respite from the hustle and bustle of Walt Disney World at Christmastime BUT still close enough to provide complimentary shuttles throughout the day & evening to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot.

Oh, and one more thing: don't forget to write Santa and tell him where you'll be this Christmas!

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