Sunday Spotlight: it’s a small world holiday at Disneyland

it's a small world holiday

There are so many beautiful things to experience at Disneyland during the holiday season. A favorite of many is it’s a small world holiday. This holiday take on a classic attraction couples the original music and theme with spirit of the season. This means that Jingle Bells and Deck the Halls are added along with holiday decorations, based off the regions that are being represented. This is perhaps one of the most magical attractions of the season and should not be missed. It is always worth the wait…which can be lengthy. This year (2017), Fastpass/Maxpass has been added to the queue. This is definitely worth it as it can save a lot of time.  Here is video taken of it’s a small world holiday this year. What is your favorite part of this attraction? Let us know in the comments!

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Hi, I'm Mr. DAPs, the Founder, and Editor in Chief of DAPS MAGIC! I can be regularly found at Disneyland with my hat and bow tie taking pictures and simply enjoying the Happiest Place on Earth. I'm also the weekly host of GEEKS CORNER and your Disney reporter for DISNEY REPORTER on DAPS MAGIC's YouTube channel. I am also now honored to announced that I'm a Brand Ambassador with Her Universe! Find me on Twitter and Instagram. as I'd love to connect with you. Make sure and say hi!

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