Already tired of all the Halloween offerings at Disneyland? If so, brace yourself: the holidays are already on their way, as snow caps are on the turrets of Sleeping Beauty Castle.
The snow can already be seen from a distance, particularly on the section directly above the drawbridge.
The decoration of the castle typically begins in mid-to-late October, so things seem to be happening right on schedule.
Moving closer, we can see that the lower turrets have also been given a healthy coating of snow.
Right now, the work seems to be mostly focused on the left side of the castle (facing the entrance), though it’s likely the right side will get its due any day now.
Preparations behind the scenes for the holidays are already underway. Earlier this month, we got a first look at the festive outfits Mickey and Minnie Mouse will be wearing to celebrate the season.
Are you ready for yuletide fun at the Happiest Place on Earth? Let us know in the comments!