Our family loves the Disneyland Resort. We try to visit whenever we have an opportunity and make the most of our annual passes. I love the parks year round, but I have to admit that I love the holidays at the Disneyland Resort. A visit to the park has become a holiday tradition for us and now for our extended family.
I feel like every year I find myself saying, Wow, the decorations are the best they have ever been and there is no way that it can’t get any better next year, and yet again I’m proven wrong by Disney. The holidays at the Disneyland Resort are bigger and better than ever. The Disneyland Resort is decked out wall to wall in beautiful holiday decorations. There is something just so magical about visiting Disneyland and Disney California Adventure during this time of the year.
We had the opportunity to attend a special mom blogger preview last week and were able to enjoy the park in all of it’s holiday splendor and also learn about some upcoming events taking place at the resort. I can’t wait to share all about the new events in an upcoming post, but for now here are some info on the holidays at the The Disneyland Resort. The resort is dressed up for the holiday season until Jaunary 6th, 2012. Some of the highlights of the holidays at the Disneyland Resort are:
- It’s a Small World Holiday
- A Christmas Fantasy Parade
- Haunted Mansion Holiday
- Jingle Jangle Jamboree
- Cars Land Decked out for the holidays
- Sleeping Beauty Castle Draped in Beautiful Lights
- “Believe….. in HolidayMagic” Firework show and Snow Falling
My absolute favorite thing about heading to Disneyland during the holidays is without a doubt ,The “Believe…in Holiday Magic” Fireworks show and snow falling after the firework show. It never fails. I cry like a baby every time the snow starts falling and I see the sparkle in my children’s eyes as they revel in the magic of the holidays and Disney. It really is the stuff that memories are made off and heading to the Disneyland Resort has allowed me to create many beautiful memories with my family.
The resort is truly magical during this time of year and the decorations throughout the park are amazing. I learned that there are over 700 trees throughout the resort that are decorated! It’s touches like this that make heading to Disneyland during the holidays. Get ready to make some memories at the Disneyland Resort. A visit is a must during this holiday season! For resort hours and other information head here.
Don’t forget to buy one of the holiday mugs on Main Street filled with hot chocolate. It’s become a tradition for our family and they make the best mugs! We grab a mug before the fireworks start and enjoy our hot cocoa and snow. It truly is the best!