It may only be October 18, but Disneyland Resort is apparently ready to move on from Halloween and embrace the winter holidays. Snow caps have been added to some of the turrets of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Two days before the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company, Disneyland Resort had removed most of their Disney100 decorations from the castle to get ready for the winter decorations.
Snow on Sleeping Beauty Castle
The snow caps, which are added every year, are on the central roof and small turrets of the castle, as well as the tallest tower in the back.
One tower on the right side also has a snow cap.
The rooves behind that tower are snowy, too.
There is another cap on a roof to the left.
One last tower in the back left of the castle has patches of snow.
How do you feel about this early snowfall on Sleeping Beauty Castle? Let us know in the comments.
Winter Holidays at Disneyland Resort
The holiday season officially begins at Disneyland Resort on November 10, 2023 and lasts through January 7, 2024.
At Disney California Adventure, Disney Festival of Holidays will pay tribute to multicultural and diverse music, cuisine, and traditions. In Paradise Gardens Park, Disney ¡Viva Navidad! will celebrate Christmas and Three Kings Day with special entertainment, appearances by Mirabel from “Encanto,” and authentic Mexican cuisine.
Radiator Springs decorates for the holidays, with Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree becoming Mater’s Jingle Jamboree and Luigi’s Rollicin’ Roadsters becoming Luigi’s Joy to the Whirl.
Enjoy A Christmas Fantasy Parade at Disneyland Park featuring Mickey & Friends, “Frozen” characters, Disney Princesses, and Santa Claus. “it’s a small world” will be decked out with its holiday overlay, while Haunted Mansion Holiday will remain.
At night, guests will be able to view the “Believe…In Holiday Magic” fireworks at Disneyland and “World of Color – Season of Light” at Disney California Adventure.