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Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration to Feature Performances from Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Aulani

This year's Disney Parks Christmas parade has an all-new name, the 2014 Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration, and it will feature all-star performances from Disneyland, Walt Disney World Resort, and Aulani.

Festival of the Seasons at Downtown Disney Runs Through December 29

The countdown to Christmas is on and guests visiting the Downtown Disney Marketplace at Walt Disney World can get into the holiday spirit at the Festival of the Seasons which runs through December 29.

Disney Parks Christmas Parade Taping Scheduled for the Magic Kingdom December 6-9

The Disney Parks Christmas Parade is scheduled to tape at the Magic Kingdom on December 6-9 this year. Taping for the Disneyland portion of the ABC Television program was recently taped in Anaheim.

New Characters and Merchandise Debuting at Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

The first Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party for this season is November 7 and this year the annual holiday event includes some Frozen magic and a new character meet-and-greet.

Two More Names Added to List of Celebrity Narrators for the 2014 Candlelight Processional

Two more celebrity narrators have been announced for the 2014 Candlelight Processional at Epcot.

Jonathon Groff, the voice of Kristoff in Disney's hit film Frozen, and Joe Morton from ABC's hit show Scandal have been added to the list of narrators.

In addition to Frozen, Groff is a Tony Award-nominated Broadway actor and has also been seen on Glee. Morton has also been seen on Broadway, television, and in film.

Booking Now Open for 2014 Candlelight Processional Dining Packages

Reservations are now open for the 2014 Candlelight Processional Dining Packages.

The 2014 Candlelight Processional is scheduled for November 28 through December 30. The show is performed three times each night (5 p.m., 6:45 p.m., and 8:15 p.m.) and includes the telling of the Christmas story by a celebrity narrator who is accompanied by a 50-piece orchestra, and a choir of Disney cast members and special guests.

Tickets on Sale Now for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

If you're planning a trip this fall or early winter to the Walt Disney World Resort, tickets for two special events are now on sale.

Tickets for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party are available online.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party takes place on select nights in September and October at the Magic Kingdom. This hard-ticket event is for kids of all ages and everyone is encouraged to dress in costume.

Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Hotel to Offer Elf Tuck-ins and More for Holiday Season

Guests as the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel can experience some holiday magic this year with the resort's Holiday Happenings event.

The month-long Holiday Happenings event begins in December and will feature a Florida-themed Santa and Mrs. Claus who will be meeting and greeting guests in Santa's tiki hut. The hut will be decorated with palm trees, flamingos, and reindeer.

A Magical Week of Winter Savings At The Disney Store

The Disney Store is starting it's Black Friday Sale early that makes for a "Magical Week" of winter treats adding up to big savings for shoppers. Online shoppers at Disney Store's site can find quite a few grown up goodies as well as a plethora of plush kids toys, games and costumes. It's always a very merry Christmas with Mickey under the tree.

Festival of the Seasons Kicks Off at Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World Resort

The holiday season is in full swing at Downtown Disney with the start of the annual Festival of the Seasons.

The Festival of the Seasons runs through December 30 and brings special holiday touches to the Downtown Disney area, complete with twinkling lights, a Christmas tree, live entertainment, and even Santa Claus.

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Fabulous Holiday Decorations Deck the Halls at the Walt Disney World Resort

The holiday season at the Walt Disney World Resort might be the most magical time of the year. While the resort hotels are always lovely, when the holiday decorations are up, it takes the wonder and magic of Disney to a whole new level. You can't help but oooh and ahh when you see all the decorations.

Visit With Santa Claus at Disney Springs

Disney Springs has transformed into a magical wonderland for holiday season with each section of town decorated to bring out the spirit of winter. In fact a flurry of holiday fun has come along including a dance party, Christmas tree trail, tree lighting, scavenger hunt, and the exciting "Starbright Holidays" evening drone show.

Best Holiday Treats at the Walt Disney World Resort

Visiting Disney World during the holiday season means gorgeous decorations, festive events, and of course delicious holiday sweets and treats. And just in case you didn't have your fill of great holiday food last week, today we're going to take a look at some of the holiday goodies available this season at Disney World.

Deck Your Halls At The Disney Store Magical Friday Sale

There's a chill in the air, and many parts of the country have just been hit with snow. Shoppers are racing to stores for the best deals, but Disney fans know it's all about online. So grab some cocoa, cuddle up on the couch, get shopping and deck your halls Disney style. Here are just a couple of our favorite Disney decor pieces to make your holidays a little more merry, no matter where you are.

Finding Fun Holiday Merchandise at the Walt Disney World Resort

Shopping during the holiday season goes two ways: you either love it or loathe it. Maybe you're a Black Friday warrior and you're up at the crack of dawn to find the best deals. Or maybe you're all about getting the best online deals. Me? I'd rather shop at Walt Disney World during the holiday season because there's so much fun stuff!

2016 Holiday Happenings You Don’t Want To Miss At Walt Disney World

The Walt Disney World Resort may be at its most magical during the winter holiday season. Across the entire property Parks and Resorts are decked out in their holiday finery and sharing some holiday cheer. So while you're finishing up your travel arrangements for your winter trip - make sure you schedule in some time for these 2016 Holiday Happenings You Don't Want To Miss.

Coca-Cola Store Orlando at Disney Springs

Disney Springs has grown to be quite a destination in the past year, with world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment. On my last trip I spent quite a bit of time wandering the new sections, and one of my favorite places was the first place we went was the Coca-Cola Store. Coca-Cola has been a Disney partner since 1942, and this new store is a showpiece for the company.

Disney History: The Many Faces of Cinderella Castle

Fun and festive? You bet! Eye catching? Absolutely! Popular with guests? Not always... Walt Disney World has tried several times to "enhance" Cinderella Castle to commemorate a special event and the results have not always been met with thundering applause!

The Best of The Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom was the first of Disney's Theme Parks to be opened in Florida. Walt's dream, completed after his death with loving care by his older brother Roy O. Disney, opened to the public on October 1st, 1971. This homage to the child that lives in all of us sits on 142 acres, and at its center is the towering beautiful Cinderella Castle. Similar to the original Disneyland in California, the park is divided into six themed lands - Main Street, U.S.A.; Adventureland; Frontierland; Liberty Square; Fantasyland; and Tomorrowland.