1. Get Tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is a special ticketed event held at Magic Kingdom from 7 PM to midnight during the holiday season. Guests with party tickets can enter the park as early as 4 PM, while it will close to regular daytime guests at 8 PM.
2. Enjoy Food at The EPCOT International Festival of The Holidays
EPCOT International Festival of Holidays usually begins the day after Thanksgiving and runs through December. This Disney World Christmas festival celebrates international holiday traditions around the World Showcase with cultural entertainment and food.
3. Snag a Dining Package for EPCOT Candlelight Processional
The EPCOT Candlelight Processional is a longtime Disney tradition featuring a celebrity narrator, a 50-piece orchestra, and a massed choir. It is a beautiful performance, and the talent of the orchestra and choir is breathtaking.
Hollywood Studios puts on a projection show, Sunset Seasons Greetings, on the Tower of Terror attraction building. This projection displays holiday scenes with Mickey and Minnie, Toy Story characters, the Muppets, and Olaf from Frozen.
Disney Springs is a great place to enjoy a dinner with plenty of dining options and ample opportunities for holiday shopping. Each year there is a walkthrough Christmas Tree Trail of Disney-themed Christmas trees, snowfall, and holiday music.