Celebrities narrate the traditional Christmas story each evening as part of the "Holidays Around the World" celebration at Epcot.
Great decorative ideas to decorate your Christmas trees Florida-style.
Get in the holiday mood just about any time of the year at these Florida Christmas shoppes.
Celebrate the holidays and the re-opening of this historical attraction that is certain to combine grand traditions along with a new sparkle.
Day-by-day details of holiday happenings throughout Florida.
Disney dazzles the "World" with magical celebrations. Disney World is made into a winter wonderland of lights and glittering decorations with special holiday parades, entertainment and parties.
At the end of another perfect winter day in Florida, follow millions of sparkling lights through a maze of illuminated gardens, twinkling topiaries and dozens of animated holiday scenes that come to life to delight the young and old alike.
ICE! will return to the Gaylord Palms Resort this year to chill and thrill guests as part of the resort's "Best of Florida Christmas" celebration. The holiday attraction is hand-carved from nearly two million pounds of ice that creates a winter experience like no other in Florida.
The Walt Disney World pastry chefs are busy people. Every holiday they spice things up with delightful gingerbread treats and festive chocolate goodies in all shapes and sizes — some tempt the palate... others are just a feast for the eyes. Here's a sampling of what is on the holiday menu throughout Walt Disney World Resort in 2005.
Where to find the brightest lights this holiday season.
Special nights turn the Magic Kingdom into a winter wonderland that includes snowfalls as the theme park celebrates with fireworks, parades, sweet holiday treats, special stage shows and plenty of fun for the whole family.
Florida's oldest city becomes a magical city with a grand holiday celebration of lights. The Nights of Lights features over two million lights that illuminate the colonial buildings, downtown parks, and historic bayfront. And, the event has grown to include activities that keep visitors busy well into the new year.
What began as a family tradition in the mid-1980s in Little Rock, Arkansas, has blossomed into a new holiday tradition for many guests to the Disney-MGM Studios at Walt Disney World Resort.