Chris Evans Visits Walt Disney World for the Holidays

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Looks like Captain America himself spent some time exploring the Walt Disney World Resort this holiday season! Actor Chris Evans and his family spent the weekend following Thanksgiving exploring the Magic Kingdom and taking in some holiday cheer with Mickey Mouse himself and all of the festivities the park has to offer during the most magical time of the year.

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While in the Magic Kingdom, Evans posed for a photo op for Disney’s social channels with Mickey dressed in his holiday sweater just for this time of year. The photo shared of the two Disney stars was taken in front of the Walt Disney World Railroad on the station located on Main Street U.S.A. While the Walt Disney World Railroad has been closed for some time due to construction on the new TRON Light Cycle Power Run coming to Tomorrowland, Disney has on occasion opened up the Main Street station for Guests to take photos in front of the park’s locomotives, or to just take a look at them up close.

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It does not appear that Evans visited other Walt Disney World theme parks during his trip, but in the Magic Kingdom he and his family would have been able to take in all of the holiday decorations around the park, plus see new attractions and entertainment, like the “Coco” scene which was recently added to Mickey’s PhilharMagic, or character experiences with the return of select character sighting locations and character cavalcades around the park.

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Evans is known for his role as Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe among other roles in hit films over the years. While we do not believe we’ll be able to see “Captain America” at Walt Disney World anytime soon (you may catch him at Universal or Disneyland, though!) we are glad that Chris Evans was able to take in some of the holiday festivities in the Magic Kingdom!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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