This year the Disneyland Resort celebrated its most successful Halloween season to date, and demonstrated that the Resort creates unique experiences for traditional non-peak seasons.
Now through Jan.3,2010, we bring back another fantastic seasonal experience where families come together- the Disneyland Resort will transform into a winter wonderland and shine more brightly than ever.
In "it's a small world" Holiday, the North America room will celebrate its debut and will showcase the farmland scene decorated in corn wreaths and trees. The Wild West will feature prairie dogs wearing Santa hats, cactus holiday trees, snowmen created out of wagon wheels, and "snowflake" dream catchers in the Native American scene. Even the Woody and Jessie dolls from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story will be adorned with holiday attire. Other festive international decorations return to "it's a small world" Holiday transforming the attraction into a worldwide celebration exhibiting more than 300,000 glittering lights.
"A Christmas Fantasy" parade returns to dazzle Guests daily in Disneyland Park. For the first time this year, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Eeyore will ride their sleighs down Main Street,U.S.A. and spread holiday cheer along with returning favorites including Mickey and Minnie Mouse, toy soldiers, Disney Princesses and more.
Other returning holiday offerings include winter dressings adorning Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle, where after dark, holiday embellishments capture the magic of the season. The Disneyland Christmas tree in Town Square will shine bright with more than 62,000 energy-efficient LEDS twinkling nightly in the holiday light show.
"Believe...In Holiday Magic" fireworks spectacular also returns this holiday season and will illuminate the skies above Disneyland Park ending with a touching finale including a climactic snowfall down Main Street,U.S.A., "it's a small world" mall and New Orleans Square.
Disney's California Adventure will set the mood at the Main Entrance where the "CALIFORNIA" letters transform into swirling red and white peppermint sticks. The festive decor continues along Paradise Bat boardwalk including a 30-foot tall Christmas tree and wreaths. Santa Claus will make an appearance and greet Guests in his Victorian-themed holiday gazebo at the Paradise Bay boardwalk.