Christmas Tree Arrives at Disneyland Ahead of Holiday Celebration

The Disneyland Resort got one step closer to its holiday celebrations with the arrival of the 60 foot Christmas tree in Town Square on Main Street, USA overnight. It is decorated with nearly 1,800 ornaments. Every year it is a popular icon for photos during the holidays at the Disneyland Resort. It also comes to life throughout the night as snow falls on Main Street, USA. DAPS MAGIC team member Steven took the following photos and video of this beautiful Christmas tree on the morning of its arrival.

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The holiday season at Disneyland Resort begins on November 12, 2021, and continues through January 9, 2022. The celebration will mark the return of some beloved entertainment offerings including Believe… in Holiday Magic fireworks and A Christmas Fantasy Parade at Disneyland. it’s a small world holiday and also Haunted Mansion Holiday will add to the merriment of the season.

At Disney California Adventure Disney Festival of Holidays will be returning with all the foods, beverages, and entertainment that comes with it (including Phat Cat Swinger!). Disney ¡Viva Navidad! will be returning as well with Mexican folklórico dancers and Mariachis, Brazilian samba dancers and percussionists, giant mojiganga puppets along with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in their fiesta best. Mirabel from Encanto will be arriving to meet with guests as well at Paradise Gardens. Cars Land will be made over for the season and a couple of attractions will transform as well into Luigi’s Joy to the Whirl and Mater’s Jingle Jamboree. Over at Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, guests will again be able to meet Santa Claus.

Throughout the Disneyland Resort, there will be plenty of other magical experiences to be had throughout the holidays. This will include many entertainers, characters, foods, experiences, and more!

There will be lots of merriment when the holidays arrive on Friday, November 12th at the Disneyland Resort. What are you most looking forward to during the holiday season? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!


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