When you think of Christmas in Magic Kingdom, you think of Cinderella Castle decked out in those beautiful holiday lights. However, we noticed one thing was missing when Disney shared holiday details today. Read on for more information.
Disney Very Merry After Hours
This year Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will not happen. Instead guests can enjoy a special themed After Hours event.
This is a special-ticketed event that guests will have four hours to enjoy the Magic Kingdom Park with low crowds.
Read all the details on the Disney Very Merry After Hours HERE.
No Dream Lights Last Year
Last year, Disney did not display Cinderella Castle Dream Lights. This was done to keep guests socially distanced and not have guests gather.
Instead, Disney displayed holiday projections throughout the night. Personally, I think the castle looks the best with the Dream Lights on.
The Dream Lights give the castle a look of being covered in icicles and snow! I love the Magic Kingdom decked out in Holiday decor, and the Dream Lights finish the look.
This year, Disney announced all the Holiday festivities that guests can expect to see. One thing was noted to be missing, Cinderella Castle Dream Lights were not listed.
Disney Parks Blog writes:
When the sun sets, special holiday projections will appear most nights on Cinderella Castle, alternating periodically with the castle’s transformation into a Beacon of Magic. What a great way to celebrate the holidays and the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort!
We can expect that these lights will not be on this year due to the castle be decorated for the 50th celebration. This will be the second year that these lights will not be on display. Due to the 50th celebration and the castle remaining decorated, we may not see the Dream Lights until 2023.