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  • On Nov 12, 2010
    Dawn from NC Asked

    Attending MVMCP on 11/30..so excited!! Thought about watching Wishes and then staying for the second parade. But, will there be too many people after the first parade to get a good viewing spot for Wishes? Any advice would be appreciated! Love the panel

    Hi Dawn!

    Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is always at the top of the list when my family visits Disney in November or December. The Party will make a believer of any Scrooge McDuck's out there! :-)

    Mickey's Once Upon A Christmastime Parade generally starts in Frontierland, wraps around the front of Cinderella's Castle, then makes it way up Main Street. That being said, my suggestion would be to find a viewing area close to the front of Cinderella's Castle for the parade, as Holiday Wishes normally shoot off right behind the Castle soon after the parade. You can then either move a shorter distance to get a better viewing spot for the fireworks show, or stay where you are if the place for the parade is a good viewing spot for you. I would also immediately get to your spot and stay as soon as you get in the Park. Other guests will begin finding a place to sit almost instantly after entering the gate.

    Have a Happy, Jolly, Christmas Time!

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