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Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

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  • Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

    Hey everybody I am back and need to clear something that is on my mind.


    My family and I are thinking about going to Disneyland around Christmas time (Mid December). I am just wondering what it is like. I have never gone around Christmas time and I dont know what to expect. How should I plan my day so my fam and I can have the best Christmas Disneyland experience possible?

    We are expecting to go to DL on day one then DCA on day two.

    Opinions are appreciated

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    Re: Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

    Definitely check out Santa's Reindeer Roundup at Big Thunder Ranch. There's singing, games, magic shows, cookie decorating, crafts (mostly coloring), live reindeer, Pluto, Chip and Dale all like to stop by, and yes, Santa himself.

    It's a LOT of fun for the kids, and a nice place for the adults to relax, too. Each night there's a tree lighting "ceremony" as well.

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      Re: Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

      As I understand it, the closer to the actual holiday you get, the more crowded it becomes.

      We have always gone in the first week of December and enjoyed no crowds and a wonderful holiday atmosphere.

      As far as planning your day...I don't know what your family likes but I do suggest trying to see the fireworks, the holiday show is outstanding. My kids like the holiday parade.

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        Re: Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

        Thank you everybody....som the first week of December is better?

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          Re: Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

          The Holiday fireworks and parade is a MUST!!!

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            Re: Christmas Disneyland (The do's and donts)

            Yes the 1st weeks are better, just check the calendar for special events like cast member parties and the Candlelight Processional - big crowds, or the park closes early.
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