Cue the Christmas music!
Holiday plans are in full swing at Walt Disney World and park officials work to reimagine a Christmas celebration in a world plagued by a pandemic.
Disney has opted to cancel its Christmas festivities like Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and EPCOT's Candlelight Processional and instead go with a socially distant approach that will keep the crowding to a minimum.
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According to the Disney Park's Blog, starting on Nov. 6, guests will be able to enjoy the festive decor, themed merchandise and seasonal food and beverage options that we're used to during the holiday season.
Guests visiting the Magic Kingdom during the holiday will get a chance to see character cavalcades with a holiday twist.
This year, instead of parading down Main Street U.S.A in their usual fashion, Santa’s reindeer and tin soldiers will march down Main Street next to some festive floats.
As the sun sets over Cinderella Castle, the park will come alive in a whole new way.
Park officials said that this year, the castle will be transformed into a "series of designs including a whimsical Christmas sweater and a regal overlay of red, green and gold ornamentation."
The new overlay will offer families the perfect background for their holiday portraits.
While nothing can replace the feeling of seeing St. Nick ride his sleigh down Main Street the new plans will surely keep everyone safe during this ever-changing time.
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