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Snow Has Come

Haunted Mansion Holiday
Krysten Swensen
October 20, 2021
October 28, 2021
We are in the heart of Halloween season, and also in Southern California, but that hasn’t stopped snow from making its way to Disneyland Resort. Guests visiting the Happiest Place on Earth will now see snow adorning Sleeping Beauty Castle as the Park prepares for its holiday season.

Holidays at the Disneyland Resort do not officially begin until November 12, but getting ready for that time of year takes weeks of planning and days of slowly incorporating holiday elements into Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney.

Right now, the snow is only covering the center roof of the castle, but as we get closer to the holiday season kickoff, the snow will begin to cover more of the roof and turrets.

Here is more information on the holidays at Disneyland Resort from Disney Parks Blog:

At Disneyland park, nostalgic holiday magic shines brightly with the glistening Sleeping Beauty’s Winter Castle and a 60-foot Christmas tree on Main Street, U.S.A. Both make wonderful photo locations for that cherished memory of your Holiday visit.

Entertainment making a comeback this year at the park includes “A Christmas Fantasy” paradewhere beloved Disney characters join Santa Claus for a merry musical celebration down Main Street, U.S.A. You may also see Santa making other stops within the parks throughout your visit. For the perfect kiss goodnight, you will be treated to “Believe … in Holiday Magic” fireworks spectacular and magical snowfall over portions of Main Street, U.S.A. Additionally, seasonal transformations will happen once again at “it’s a small world” Holiday and the 20th installation of Haunted Mansion Holiday.

At Disney California Adventure park, create new memories during Festival of Holidays and discover the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse season of celebrations during this festive time of year, including Christmas/Navidad, Diwali, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Three Kings Day. Friends and families are invited to celebrate with “Disney ¡Viva Navidad!” as Disney characters host a fun street party featuring Mexican folklórico dancers and Mariachis, Brazilian samba dancers and percussionists, giant mojiganga puppets and Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in their fiesta best! At Paradise Gardens, you’ll enjoy festively themed food and beverages, live music and dance, and later in the holiday season, Mirabel from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ upcoming film “Encanto” will make her park debut.

This holiday season at Disneyland Resort will also introduce Disneyland’s first-ever Christmas party — Disneyland Merriest Nites. Merriest Nites will celebrate the magic of the season with six Christmas parties throughout Disneyland Park, along with specialty food and merchandise.

Holidays at Disneyland Resort will begin on November 12 and wrap up on January 9, 2022.
Attractions Referenced

Haunted Mansion Holiday

It's A Small World

Sleeping Beauty Castle

Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle

Parades Referenced

Christmas Fantasy Parade

Lands Referenced

Main Street U.S.A.

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