November 8, 2018

Holidays at Hollywood Studios

Disney Blog

This year at Hollywood Studios, the holiday cheer is in full gear! Literally! Even Buzz, Jessie and Woody are dressed for the occasion in the new Toy Story Land!

Throughout all of Hollywood Studios, you’ll find beautiful little holiday decor touches that will make you feel festive like a prancing reindeer on Christmas Eve!

I love Christmas and because we live just a few minutes from Disney, most people around us embrace that winter holiday season starts on November 1st or shortly after. I don’t see any reason not to have it be a late fall / winter holiday season that is filled with gratitude, family, cheer, goodwill and love. It seems like we should live this way all year anyway but adding some festive lights, nostalgic songs and cute decorations makes it all that more fun!

From the moment you walk up, you will see small details that really help you get in the festive mood.  Two of my favorites were Sorcerer Mickey and his mops at the entrance and the vintage Santa over the Darkroom shop.



Hollywood Studios Mickey


There are also decorations like large ornaments throughout the park and the giant tree overlooking the lake is breathtaking!

Be sure to check out the Jingle Bell Jingle Bam show nighttime fireworks show and the Flurry of Fun on Sunset Blvd.  Also, there are many fun holiday treats available as well as a Jingle Bell Jingle Bam Dessert Party that includes a dessert buffet and a special meet with holiday Goofy.

Check out these two videos below for a little glimpse into the festive world of Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World for Christmas!




Lorena Suarez 07:36 November 21, 2018 Reply
Jealous that you live so close to Disney. I’d love to wake up on a free day and just drive to Disney to see the Christmas decor.
marissa martin 20:52 November 24, 2018 Reply
I would love to go to Disney again! I went during Halloween, i bet it’s beautiful during Christmas!
Ashley Campbell 20:16 November 25, 2018 Reply
Awe I love this so much. I’ve always wanted to go to Disney World during the Christmas season, it looks like an absolute dream.

Related Posts
meet character disney minnie mouse
Rides and Shows at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with Younger Children
Babies can go on *almost* all the rides at Walt Disney World.  According to Disney's policy, babies can go on any ride without a height restriction (think roller coasters and the Speedway for the height restricted rides). This means that the majority of rides at Walt Disney World can be ridden together as a family if you choose.  But that doesn’t mean that you’ll love all of them for your young children.  Here are some factors to think about: Are there any drops that might startle your little one?  What about noise or 4D effects like water splashing?  Will it be bumpy or too long? There are a lot of factors so here are some of my thoughts on ...
Breastfeeding at Walt Disney World
I fully support all ways parents feed their babies. This post is on how to navigate breastfeeding while in public and while traveling in general and also specific locations that may be more comfortable at Walt Disney World Parks. More information on bottle feeding and pumping while at Disney can be found on our  Baby Care Centers post. Also check out the Rides with Younger Children series for information on breastfeeding on rides at each of the Walt Disney World Parks, start here at Magic Kingdom. In all 50 states, women have the right to breastfeed anywhere they are legally allowed to be; therefore as long as you are legally able to be wh ...
baby wear carrier
Babywearing at Walt Disney World
What if I told you that you could ride rides, hold your toddler’s hand and eat a Dole Whip (with probably none of it spilling on your baby’s head) all while holding your baby? You’d say sign me up, right?! Well I have to say babywearing has been the most magical tool I’ve had. It’s probably my favorite parenting tool overall but definitely while traveling and at Disney. Here are a few tips on babywearing while at an amusement park like Walt Disney World. 1. Find a carrier that works for you and your baby. The best way to do that is to find a local group although they are more difficult to find now that the non-profit Babywearing Internatio ...