At Disney California Adventure, guests can celebrate the international winter holidays during the Disney Festival of the Holidays. Dine on festive foods, meet costumed characters, and check out live music and dance honoring Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, Kwanzaa, and Three Kings’ Day. Kids can create holiday crafts and decorate cookies, too.
Over in Cars Land, Radiator Springs gets gussied up for the holidays with automotive-themed decor and holiday transformations of attractions like “Luigi’s Joy to the Whirl” and “Mater’s Jingle Jamboree.”
And it wouldn’t be the holidays if you couldn’t meet Santa! He’ll be greeting guests from the comfort of his home at the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail where you can tell him your Christmas wishes and snap a photo. Mickey and Friends will also make appearances throughout the day.
You should also leave time to stop by Disneyland’s resorts and hotels and Downtown Disney for an added dose of Disney cheer with special food and drink offerings, Christmas trees, and gingerbread displays. Aside from Disney Merriest Nites, holiday offerings are available to all guests with valid admission and a theme park reservation.