The Magic Kingdom has a special hard ticket event Christmas Party, cocoa and cookies included. There's also a special nightly castle light-up ceremony. This year it featured the characters from Frozen (sorry Cindy).
At Epcot, there's the ever-popular Candlelight Processional, storytellers around the various World Showcase countries, and the delightful Holidays Around the World treats.
And don't forget to do some touring of the Walt Disney Resorts during the holidays. Several have gingerbread and chocolate displays that are absolutely breathtaking, including a moving carrousel at the Beach Club Resort and a massive gingerbread house that also doubles as a sweets shop at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
And of course, no holiday trip would be complete without a visit with Santa! He does make appearances at various places around Walt Disney World. However, the most convenient may be at Downtown Disney (Disney Springs). The wait times are long but Guests receive a pager and can go shop and dine around Downtown Disney until they are called back for their special Santa time. That should help the little kids AND grown-ups stay happier!
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