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Take 5 with Thanksgiving at Disney Parks

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

We at Disney Parks hope you are having a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. And if your refrigerator is overflowing with holiday leftovers, check out this video for ideas from Walt Disney World executive chef Lenny DeGeorge. Then, take a look at our top Thanksgiving posts from this year and last.

Did you spend your Thanksgiving at Disney Parks? Let us know how in the comments.

Top 5: Thanksgiving at Disney Parks

  1. A Disney Family Thanksgiving Feast – Love to eat but want to skip the cooking and cleaning? Find out how to spend your next Thanksgiving with some of our favorite characters at Disneyland Resort.
  2. Thanksgiving Day Parade at Disneyland Park – Take a look back at last year’s Thanksgiving Day Parade at Disneyland Park.
  3. Unique Centerpieces Created by Disney Parks Florist – Disney Parks floral experts show you four holiday centerpieces you can create at home.
  4. A Memorable Feast With All the Trimmings at Disney’s Vero Beach – Thanksgiving brunch at Disney’s Vero Beach Resort is an annual tradition for many locals, and includes turkey and stuffing as well as chilled seafood like snow crab, poached salmon, peel-and-eat shrimp and mussels.
  5. The Blessing of the Four Directions at Walt Disney World – Have you seen the Blessing of the Four Directions performed in the lobby of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge? Check it out in this video.

Comments

  • My friend and I were at Walt Disney World from Wed. thru Sun. – and it was amazing! We ate dinner at the Hollywood Brown Derby, and while we deviated away from the actual Thanksgiving offerings – the Blackened Grouper was delicious and the Seasonal Sam Adams Braised Beef Short Ribs paired with butternut squash puree were a wonderful fall-inspired treat. It was the perfect Thanksgiving feast.

    I’m so glad I chose the Deluxe Dining Plan because we ate like Queens the whole trip. Every meal was a thrilling gastronomic journey. I was also delighted to see the whole park decorated for Christmas. I only wish that Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party had been Friday or Saturday night – because, like most people, we had to leave Sunday morning and missed out.

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