This year marks one of the earliest days of the year that Magic Kingdom has transformed into its holiday attire. With the lack of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Christmas décor went up one day earlier than normal. Although the full holiday programming does not start until November 6, it is lovely to be at Magic Kingdom with its holiday finery. The Christmas Tree is so tall and so classic. The garlands and wreaths along Main Street USA bring back memories of many magical holiday seasons past.
With all that we’re facing this year it feels nice and comforting to see Magic Kingdom’s classic holiday decoration, toy soldiers, and towering tree. Our own Ivonne (@servoisnaked on Twitter and Instagram) captured all of these great photos from day to night.
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What’s your favorite part of the holiday season at Magic Kingdom?