Tonight’s Disney Parks After Dark image was shot from the top of Disney’s Contemporary Resort of “Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season” during a recent Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
We hope you have a very, merry holiday week!
Thanks to Mark Willard for the great shot.
Cast members from Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, wish you and your ‘ohana a happy holiday! Enjoy the video below, and if you look closely, notice some of your favorite Disney characters are wearing their holiday outfits while vacationing in Hawai’i.
From all of us at Aulani to all of you, a very merry Christmas.
We thought Christmas Day would be the perfect day to continue our ongoing series featuring beautifully decorated trees from around Disney Parks.
This year, we’re focusing on the trees specifically found at the resorts during a visit to Walt Disney World. Each year, my family visits as many of our resorts as we can to see these trees and the amazing holiday decorations.
Do you have a favorite resort to visit during the holidays? Let’s us know in the comments.
Christmas has finally arrived! From all of us here at the Disneyland Resort, we wish you and your family a very merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas from vintage Walt Disney World! Here’s a glimpse at Mickey and Minnie trimming their tree back in 1989. Happy Holidays!
See below for more posts about Vintage Walt Disney World:
It’s Christmas morning here at Walt Disney World Resort! No matter where you are, we hope that you’re having a magical holiday season, and a happy and healthy New Year.
Thanks to photographer Kent Phillips for this amazing shot.
Let us be the first to wish you a Merry Christmas. We have a surprise to share with Disney Parks Blog readers – the third in a series of Cinderella Castle wallpapers captured earlier this year by Walt Disney World photographer Kent Phillips. To download, simply click on the image below – it’ll fit all of your screens.
Have a Merry Christmas and keep checking the blog today for more stories from Jennifer, Erin, Nate and Tyler.
It’s tradition around here to light up the Disney Parks Yule Log on Christmas week. With our updated HD version, created especially for Disney Parks Blog readers, you can enjoy the crackling fire along with some great music and a surprise guest. Check it out on your computer, TV, tablet or mobile device.
It’s Christmas Eve! If you’re not in the spirit yet, I’ve got something that just might help. It combines three of my favorite things – Kermit the Frog, Disneyland park and Christmas! Take a look:
For more Disney holiday fun, visit Disney.com/Holiday for festive games, videos, crafts and more.
Tri-Circle-D Ranch at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is one of the best-kept secrets at Walt Disney World Resort (until now!). At the Draft Horse Barn, one of four stable areas and just a short walk from Pioneer Hall, guests can see a variety of horse breeds and learn more about the many horses in Disney history. While the Draft Horse Barn houses up to 30 horses, ranch cast members care for 80-90 horses at any one time! These horses can be seen in various locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort and the local community. Did you know horses from Tri-Circle-D Ranch are featured in Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom Park? In addition, local parades like the Citrus Bowl and the Christmas parade in the city of Winter Park, Fla. also feature Tri-Circle-D Ranch horses.
Just like we would prepare for a special event or outing, a great deal of time is spent preparing the horses for these fun events. The horse below, Khan, is getting a morning bath and then had his mane hair braided to give it a nice fluffy look.
Most recently, the horses from Tri-Circle-D co-starred in the Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration!
Don’t forget to visit Tri-Circle-D Ranch during your next visit to Walt Disney World Resort. All guests are welcome to enjoy the outdoor activities including pony rides for the younger travelers and trail rides for the older kids and “kids at heart”! Old-fashioned, horse-drawn wagon, carriage and sleigh rides also allow relaxing time spent in the great outdoors. Call 407-WDW-PLAY to schedule advanced reservations. If you’re feeling spontaneous, call 407-824-2832 for same day reservations.
Happy Holidays and we hope to see you soon!