The halls are decked and now guests will have the opportunity to enjoy one of the special, hard ticket events that Walt Disney World has to offer this time of year.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, at the Magic Kingdom, offers guests the chance to watch special Christmas shows, fireworks performances and even witness snow falling on main street.
While Mickey’s Not so Scary Halloween has trick or treat stops, there are special cookie and hot chocolate stops at the Christmas party.
In the past, you could go to one of the many treat stops to receive a snickerdoodle cookie and hot chocolate in addition to allergy safe treats.
This year Disney decided to mix things up by offering different treats at the various stops.
Here is a list of treats that have been added at the different treat stops:
- Snow cone and snowman sugar cookie –Friar’s Nook, Fantasyland
- Eggnog and gingersnap molasses cookie — Heritage House, Liberty Square
- Spiced apple cider and snowman sugar cookie– Pete’s Silly Sideshow, Storybook Circus
- Hot chocolate and peppermint bark cookie–The Launching Pad at Tomorrowland.
As it was in the past, for those who have a food allergy can also opt for apple slices, gluten free cookies or juice.
There are also additional snacks available for purchase that are also full of holiday cheer.
The Main Street Bakery have a peppermint cupcake and a Holiday Wish Cupcake.
Gaston’s Tavern doesn’t want to be left out in the cold. The eatery will have a Holiday Tree Cupcake (with spiced cinnamon, clove and star anise), Sleepy Hollow, in Liberty Square, will have a pumpkin spice waffle with ice cream.
To help wash down all of the cupcakes Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café is offering Very Merry Strawberry Lemonade Slush.
Which treat would you be more excited to try at this year’s “Very Merry Christmas Party?” Leave your answer in the comments below.