Top Planning Tips for Your Disney World Trip in the Fall

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6. Christmas DĂ©cor

While Christmas does occur in the winter season, Christmas decorations begin popping up around or before Thanksgiving, which make for fun photo ops! This can be even more fun if you’ve planned your trip during the decoration transition period. Enjoy fall leaves one day, then get ready for Christmas trees and holiday lights the next day!

7. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

Just like the Halloween party, this ticketed after-hours event at the Magic Kingdom is one your family will remember for many years to come! Enjoy special holiday parades, shows, and sip hot chocolate while you admire the park all decked out in Christmas décor.

8. Find Lower Prices

Because fall is not a peak season for the parks, you can often find the Walt Disney World resort rooms are less expensive. If you’re traveling on a budget, definitely consider the fall and compare prices to get a good idea of what you can save!

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