Disneyland is gearing up for one of the biggest celebrations of the year, the holiday season, and decorations are going up quickly this year. A snow capped castle was visible for the last few Halloween parties and that’s just the beginning. The official start date of Disneyland Resort’s holiday season is November 9, but most of the decor seems to be up already.
Disneyland seems to be further along with the holiday decor than Disney California Adventure. Almost every land has at least a few pieces out already. Let’s take a look.
Mickey’s Toontown is by far the most decorated out of all of Disneyland Resort.
Mickey’s House is holiday ready.
Minnie’s House is also fully decked out in pink ornaments and garland.
Donald and Goofy’s Houses are completely decorated as well.
Critter Country has bows and garland all over the place.
Splash Mountain is holiday ready, Christmas tree and all.
Pooh Corner is covered in lights and garland, but inside Halloween treats can still be found. We got a Mickey Mummy Rice Krispie on the way out.
New Orleans Square
New Orleans Square is looking close to being complete as far as holiday decorations go. As mentioned previously, this area features Mardi Gras Decorations as well.
Both “it’s a small world” Holiday and it’s toy shop are closed until November 9, when the holiday season officially starts.
Disney California Adventure:
Holiday decorations are not quite up yet over at DCA, but a few could be found here and there. Buena Vista Street is still full of Halloween decor, but there were a few signs of the holiday season found mostly in the Pacific Wharf area.
A stage for Festival of the Holidays performers at Pacific Wharf food court is up and ready.
The Pacific Wharf Cafe also appears to have had garland strung up onto it. Yes, those are loaves of bread in the garland.
Little toy soldiers have also been added between the Pacific Wharf and Paradise Gardens Park areas.
Cars Land is still pretty spooky. Sarge’s Surplus Hut, however, is holiday ready.
Grizzly Peak looks more than ready for the holiday season, with lights and garland everywhere.
The Grizzly River Run bear is festive as ever in his holiday sweater.
Disneyland kicks off the holiday season officially on November 9 and goes through January 6, 2019.