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PHOTOS: Guests Get Snow Day at Disney Park

Disney Park Guests were treated to a rare sight: their favorite Theme Parks covered with Christmastime snow!

Out of all the Disney Resorts around the world, there are two that have been known to get snow, Tokyo Disney Resort and Disneyland Paris Resort. On Wednesday, December 14, 2022, Disneyland Paris got its latest snow day.

Pictures from Parc Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios Park were shared by Disneyland Paris insider @DLPReport on Twitter.

He started the day on Main Street, U.S.A., which was sprinkled with a thin layer of glistening white.

Then showed us a view of Sleeping Beauty Castle in the snow.

The snow also stuck to Discoveryland and Frontierland, giving landmark attractions like Phantom Manor, Big Thunder Mountain, and Space Mountain an extra magical appeal.

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The snow also glazed over Walt Disney Studios Park.

Even the newest land, Marvel’s Avengers Campus, got its first snowfall, with piles of it covering the quinjet (they might need to deice it before it is flight ready again).

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A snowy day at a Disney Park can be a magical experience; although it is tough to predict exactly when it will snow, most snow days have occurred between late December and early February. Would-be Guests should note, though, that when a Disneyland turns into a winter wonderland, certain experiences are shut down or canceled for the day. In most cases, outdoor attractions will be closed for the day, and certain entertainment offerings like parades will be canceled. It is not clear at this time what experiences, if any, were negatively affected by this snowfall.

We at Disney Fanatic will continue to update our readers on Disney Parks news and stories as more developments come to light.

About T.K. Bosacki

TK is a writer and editor based in Tampa, FL with a passion for all things Disney, and adventure.