Tips and What to Expect at Disney’s Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom – Mickey Invites you for Christmas

Who wouldn’t want to be invited to Mickey’s place for Christmas?

Monorail at Walt Disney World
The adventures await…

It’s Mickey Mouse and he just had a birthday! Yes, sign me up and you can sign yourself up to ring in the holiday season alongside everything Mickey, everything Disney and everything pumped up on the holiday spirit with tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom at Disney World Florida.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas activities and food guide, Magic Kingdom
Pick up your guide to all the festivities as you enter the Magic Kingdom.

There is hardly a better way to ring in the holiday season than spending your evening enjoying everything the Magic Kingdom has to offer along with blowing snow on Main Street, rides, parades, princesses, balloons, amazing Disney character inspired treats and even FREE treats, snacks and drinks at specially marked signs that happen to look like a giant candy canes.

Magic Kingdom Main Street Disney balloons for sale
She must get a balloon. Always a balloon.
Should you buy a ballon at Walt Disney World
The bouquet of balloons are so magical. To fly up and touch the castle with a handful of Disney characters.

Cast members hand you holiday cookies, soft pretzels, eggnog, hot cocoa, apple cider, snow cones and various other drinks and treats; it’s so much fun to have your kids get to the front of the line and get a handful of treats along the route you’ve planned to enjoy, ride and see everything in the Magic Kingdom.

Holiday-themed pretzels and blue snow cones.
She won’t share.

Each year Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is on our must-do list as well as taking a ride through It’s A Small World Ride, flying with Dumbo, hanging on at Barnstormer, soaring on Aladdin’s Magic Carpet, always the carousel, every parade and definitely some Christmas shopping. We keep it mild!

Dumbo is a must.
It’s A Small World to relax and enjoy the sights.
Carousel moments.

Your tickets show the party begins at 7pm but you can get in to enjoy the festivities as early at 4pm to enjoy the extra time on the rides but keep in mind the party, the blowing snow and all the complementary extras don’t start until 7pm when, as a bonus, the crowds will lesson as well.

After 7pm everyone who was at the Magic Kingdom during the day will have to have on a party wristband to stay in the park and if you already have park tickets for this day you will need to purchase the event tickets extra, so plan ahead if you’ll be visiting the parks for several days so that you spend the morning and afternoon at Animal Kingdom which closes earlier than some of the other parks and then head over to the Magic Kingdom with your Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party event tickets and enjoy the party until 1am.

Everything Disney is bigger and better and more Christmas during the event and it is sure to become a tradition and part of your Disney vacations or a holiday treat to welcome the holiday season.

Each year it’s our family tradition to fly-in for a fun-filled, action-packed Disney weekend and enjoy the excitement and nice weather and everything the parks have to offer!

The holiday parades are amazing and every year we look forward to the nutcrackers march.

You’re invited to the most magical Christmas event of the season! Get your tickets for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and dance with Goofy, see Santa, meet Disney characters and be amazed by truly awesome parades with GIANT dancing nutcrackers all while the castle glows in its holiday glory. You and your family will have an evening filled with all the joys and magic of Disney and sweet dreams to you as you anticipate next year!

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