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Disney Brings “Sunset Seasons Greetings” Back to Hollywood Studios For The Holidays

Are you a frequent Disney Guest who loves experiencing holiday celebrations at Walt Disney World? If so, you’re in luck! Disney announced on the Disney Parks Blog that “Sunset Seasons Greetings” is coming back to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, “where each evening holiday magic transforms the famous Hollywood Tower Hotel into a Muppets gingerbread masterpiece, a ‘Toy Story”’ toy hotel, a snowy corner of Arendelle and a Dickensian village from ‘Mickey’s Christmas Carol’.” The Hollywood Tower Hotel is also a Beacon of Magic for Disney World’s 50th anniversary, giving it extra EARidescence that portrays “all the glimmer and shimmer of the golden age of imagination and adventure”! To round out the Disney Park’s holiday festivities, there will also be a sing-along : “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration” will allow everyone young and old to participate in some good old-fashioned caroling!

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The Hollywood Tower Hotel is always a crowd-pleaser, and its “continuously running, colorful projections” serve as a jolly feature in the background while you’re traversing the Disney Park. If you’re going to be visiting other Disney Parks for this holiday season, be sure to head to the Magic Kingdom for Disney’s “Very Merriest After Hours” (including a special new stage show called “Mickey and Minnie’s Very Merry Memories”) and to the Animal Kingdom for the “Merry Menagerie“, which “celebrates the most wintry animals in the natural world including reindeer, foxes, polar bears, and penguins, all interacting with Guests and their live performers as they stroll through Discovery Island”!

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Merry Menagerie

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If you happen to be closer to Disneyland, you can still enjoy plenty of holiday treats as well–especially since Disneyland has a brand-new holiday store! What’s your favorite thing about Disney’s versions of international holidays (or are you still focusing on Halloween)? Are you also excited to visit and see Disney World’s 50th anniversary offerings in person?

About Sharon

Sharon is from New England. She's a writer, animal lover, and, of course, a Disney Fanatic! Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures.