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  1. #1
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    May 2001
    Imaginoppolis, Imagination Island
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    Exclamation Walt Disney World Holiday Season 2020

    The Walt Disney World 2020 Holiday Season kicks off November 6th:

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts

    From Nov. 6-Dec. 30, Guests will be able to enjoy festive décor, themed merchandise, seasonal food & beverage offerings and entertainment all across Walt Disney World Resort.

    Building off of our recent experiences of operating in a new environment, we’ve reimagined the holidays which will, of course, apply our current health and safety measures while still keeping the joy and magic of the season. And while things are looking a bit different at Walt Disney World, Holiday magic will be in full force at the four theme parks and Disney Springs.

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    Guests will be delighted by the sight of festive flotillas at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, holiday promenades at EPCOT and merry motorcades at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Character cavalcades at Magic Kingdom Park will take on a special holiday twist, with Christmas friends on festive floats in their holiday finest. Gingerbread Men? Check! Elves and Reindeer? Check, check! The Toy Soldiers, will join the Main Street Philharmonic as they march through Magic Kingdom Park, bringing musical holiday cheer for all to hear. Santa Claus will make time for special pop-up appearances at each park (and Disney Springs), waving and exclaiming holiday wishes to all.

    Starting a bit later in the season, on Nov. 27, we’ll celebrate highlights from the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. Holiday kitchens will return around World Showcase promenade with favorites like American Holiday Table featuring Slow-roasted Turkey with Stuffing and Bavaria Holiday Kitchen with dishes like Cheese Fondue in a Bread Bowl.

    Guests will be invited to step inside World ShowPlace to enjoy the returning group, JOYFUL!, who present a journey through R&B, Gospel, contemporary and traditional Christmas and holiday music. Also, the Voices of Liberty will bring their incredible 8-part harmonies to the America Gardens Theatre stage for a special concert of favorite carols and songs of the season.

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    When night falls, special projection effects will give a festive look to Cinderella Castle this year, providing a colorful backdrop for our guests’ photos. The appearance of the iconic castle will be transformed with a rotating series of designs including a whimsical Christmas sweater and a regal overlay of red, green and gold ornamentation. This will be in place of the Castle Dream Lights. Other holiday experiences that draw big crowds will be on hiatus this year as well, such as Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Candlelight Processional at EPCOT. We know these experiences are a cherished part of holiday traditions that will be missed by guests and cast members alike, but we’re glad to be able to bring holiday magic in other creative ways.
    Figment! aka Jason ºoº
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  3. #2
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    Dec 2007
    Blacksburg, VA
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    We're so excited for this. We haven't been to Walt Disney World at during the Holiday season in a long time. When we first started going, and the kids were small, early December was our go-to time. Great crowds, nice weather, Christmas decorations, etc. Loved it. Then we started doing the Free Dining trips which were usually between the end of August and early October. We decided that we liked that time period, not just because of the dining, but because it was right after school started, and a lot of people had already gone (during the summer) or were waiting for a holiday break.

    Now, I have a new job which requires me to be around during the college semesters. So, my travel options are limited. We are leaving the earliest day possible for me, which is Dec. 14th. My son, now 23, hasn't been since he was 17, and he's *very* excited.
    2002 - 2022: 20+ visits (POR, BW, All Stars, VWL, CSR, BLT, BC, SSR, CB, Dolphin, OKW, Poly, offsite x8)
    DL - 1996, 2019
    Next up - No plans. :(

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