ORLANDO, Fla. – Guests visiting Walt Disney World are starting to see holiday decor now around the theme parks.
With a flip of a switch overnight Monday, Disney’s holiday services teams began transforming the theme park from Halloween to the Christmas holiday.
Dazzling Mickey-shaped wreaths hang from Main Street U.S.A. light poles and garland buntings can be seen on many shop awnings.
Soon, crews will piece together the 60-foot tall Christmas tree.
The first separately ticketed event, “Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party” begins at Magic Kingdom on Nov. 8.
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