Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jun 23, 2011
    Dawn from KS Asked

    First trip planned 12/1-7. Not planning MVMCP. I know there will be Christmas outfits, cocoa and cookies. Low attendance season so I feel we'll be ok missing that but I wanna see snow on Main Street. Any other options?

    Hi Dawn!

    Well, I'm waffling between two opinions here...

    First of all--Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is AMAZING! I went for the first time 2 years ago and when I walked down Main Street (with snow) and saw the Castle with it's holiday lights and heard the Christmas music I said, "This is like being here for the first time AGAIN!" It was so incredibly magical! So, I feel like I want to say, "Do the Christmas Party!"

    But at the same time, I remembered some other snow that is SUPER fun! In Celebration, FL (You know Celebration? It's the town Disney built!), they have snow nightly on THEIR main street, called Market Street! Celebration is such a fun little town--sidewalks, cute shops, adorable houses and more. So, if you want to see some snow, take a few minutes and drive to Celebration for the experience! (You can go to celebrationtowncenter.com for details!)

    I lived in Celebration for awhile and we could see the fireworks from our apartment! So, it's super close to Disney and a nice little break from the parks but still with a little pixie dust sprinkled on!

    Have a magical SNOWY vacation!
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