Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Walt Disney World's Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

Walt Disney World's Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is a mouthful.

But it's also fun.

Last Thursday, I was able to attend the event with my girls and my favorite cousin (Hi Cassie!) and no one does Christmas like Disney does Christmas.

We loaded up and headed out on a perfect night (crisp and cool which is rare in Florida!). Walking into the Magic Kingdom and being greeted by friendly cast members all decked out in Santa hats and jingle bells instantly puts all in a great mood.

Yes, it was crowded at first but that's just because there are still guests from the day on their way out of the park because the Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is an exclusive event and they only let some many in.

Our night was totally sold out.

Disney never does anything halfway.

Every little detail is paid attention to and the decoration are amazing. There's lights everywhere, you can get hot cocoa and cookies to snack on and the lines for the rides are never longer than 15 minutes. It's the best event at Disney all year long.

They even have snow people (mind you, it's bubbles but it looks just like snow people!).

We even were able to take a peek at the all new Fantasy Land and ride the new Ariel ride!

I was in heaven and my girls had a blast.


The only problem I had with the event was during the fireworks, Turtle decided she wanted nothing to do with them. Of course, we had to worm our way through the crowd... the problem with that is that people don't want to move to allow you to get by. We got caught in a swarm of people that refused to budge so we could get by. Normally, Disney always has a path in crowds for just this reason. Not where we were and it was miserable trying to get by. It took us about ten minutes to push through people just to get to safety.

Walt Disney World's Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is going on now during select dates. For all the information, check out their website


I received tickets for my family to attend this event. All opinions in this post are 100% my own. 

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