New holiday pins have arrived at Magic Kingdom as Walt Disney World prepares for Halloween season to wind down and Christmas to wind up. The first limited edition pin is available to all guests, while the set of two pins is exclusive to Walt Disney World Annual Passholders. Both come in green display boxes and are available at Frontier Trading Post in Magic Kingdom.
Limited Edition Holiday Pin – $34.99
This pin is mainly blue with a Christmas tree in the center. Mickey and his friends are gathered around the tree with presents. “Happy Holidays” is in the upper left corner.
Limited Edition Passholder-Exclusive Holiday Pin Set – $44.99
The first pin in this set features Pluto on a blue rug in front of a sparkly green fireplace. A Mickey ornament hangs from the fireplace and “Holiday Greetings” is at the bottom.
The second pin resembles a snowglobe, with loose confetti inside. Mickey and Minnie are pictured standing in front of a Christmas tree and Cinderella Castle. This pin also has a ribbon on top, so it could be used as an actual ornament.
Holidays at Walt Disney World
Guests can celebrate Christmas at Magic Kingdom with Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, taking place on select nights in November and December. Three events have already sold out.
During Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, guests can enjoy Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks, Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, character meet and greets, and holiday attraction overlays. There are also complimentary treats and exclusive merchandise.
Beginning this year, a brand-new “Frozen”-inspired show called “Frozen Holiday Surprise” will be performed at Magic Kingdom, during regular park hours and during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays and the “Candlelight Processional” will return in November. This year’s Celebrity narrators were announced in October. The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays will run from November 24 through December 30, 2023. Returning festival traditions include storytellers, musical acts and performers, and Holiday Kitchens.
At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Jollywood Nights will debut. The first two nights of this after-hours holiday party are sold out, but other event dates are still available. During Disney Jollywood Nights, guests can enjoy a “The Nightmare Before Christmas” sing-along, Holiday Fiesta En La Calle, a holiday special hosted by Kermit and Miss Piggy, and the returning “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” nighttime spectacular. Mickey & Friends will have new character costumes and there will be special food and beverage items.