What Time Is The Disney Christmas Parade?

What Time Is The Disney Christmas Parade
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What time is the Disney Christmas parade?

Holiday Travel Advice for Magic Kingdom Park – If Main Street is too crowded when you arrive at Magic Kingdom, you can typically cut through Tony’s Town Square Restaurant for an easier route to Tomorrowland. For the best viewing area of the parade, we recommend finding a spot near Cinderella Castle and avoiding Main Street, especially on busier days.

Catch it in Frontierland or Liberty Square for the shortest lines, so you can get back to riding more rides! Observe the cavalcades in the late afternoon. Morning cavalcades attracted larger crowds when people were still entering the park and immediately stopping to watch (a cavalcade may very well be the first thing you see!).

In light of this, we suggest grabbing a snack and staking out a spot near the cavalcade route in order to see them all. (Starbucks is the winner!) If you see one go by that you can’t make (this happened while we were in line for the Haunted Mansion, and Lily was heartbroken), remind tadpoles that these occur throughout the day — you’ll catch another! We recommend beginning your holiday shopping earlier in the day if you intend to do any.

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– Reserve a spot in advance. There are two afternoon parades at Magic Kingdom. The first begins at 12 p.m. and the second at 3 p.m. People will begin finding parking spaces nearly an hour beforehand! Why so soon? People are aware of the scarcity of premium seats in the shade.

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When does the Main Street Electrical Parade begin? – The Main Street Electrical parade occurs nightly at 8:45 and 10:45 p.m. Spinnable, illuminated fidget bracelets to keep children occupied while you wait.

The parade to end all parades is Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade. This is not to be missed under any circumstances! Frontierland is the starting point for Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade. Typically, the parade is held at 8.30 p.m. and 11 p.m.

However, times may change, so be sure to check the event guide for updated times upon arrival. The parade is filled with beloved characters dressed in holiday attire and accompanied by a large number of Christmas-themed companions. The music is enchanted, the characters are vibrant, and the floats are captivating.

Our favorite Toy Soldiers are the ones that march. The sound of marching, stomping feet adds an extra special touch. The second parade is typically quieter than the first because, after the fireworks, many families with younger children return home. During the first parade, if you do not wish to watch it twice, you can meet characters, view other shows, or take advantage of shorter ride lines.

Is there a Christmas Day Disney parade?

Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade
The official logo for the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade used from 2009 to 2013.
Also known as Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration
Presented by Various
Country of origin United States
Original language English/Spanish
Production
Production location Walt Disney World Resort
Release
Original network ABC (English) Telemundo (Spanish)
Original release 1983 – present
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The Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade is an American television special that airs on Christmas Day on ABC, both live and pre-recorded, primarily within the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, approximately one month before Christmas Day.

Past shows have featured segments from the three other Walt Disney World theme parks (Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park), water parks, and other entertainment areas, as well as the original Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park, as well as all the overseas Disney parks (Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Shanghai Disneyland).

The annual broadcast also featured segments on The Walt Disney Studios, Disney Adventures, the Disney Institute, and Disney Cruise Line. Since 1983, the program has aired annually, with the exception of 2000, when Disney aired a “Tracking Santa” Christmas Eve special instead.

– Reserve a spot in advance. There are two afternoon parades at Magic Kingdom. The first begins at 12 p.m. and the second at 3 p.m. People will begin finding parking spaces nearly an hour beforehand! Why so soon? People are aware of the scarcity of premium seats in the shade.