Do you remember the scene in Elf, where Buddy has a mild panic attack at the thought of Santa coming? That’s pretty much me, everyday after September 1st. We’re those people that put our Christmas decorations out on Halloween, to squeeze every last drop out of the Holiday as we can. We have a list of Christmas ‘funtivities’, that we make it our goal to accomplish, in order to have a fun Holiday. We’re thrilled to hear about new Christmas offerings coming to the parks this year – we’re already planning a special weekend to experience them.get David’s sweatshirt here.

Sunset Season Greetings at Hollywood Studios
Snow will fall on Sunset Blvd, as the buildings and billboards come to life, and projections are shown all down the street, leading down to Tower of Terror, depicting scenes from some of your favorite movies, showing Christmas scenes. This show is running from November 9th – December 31st.Epcot International Festival of The Holidays
Previously Holidays Around The World, Epcot once again shows that it’ll turn anything into a festival. It sounds like it was similar to what it was last year, but with extended kitchens and food offerings. The festival will also offer the Candlelight Processional, like in years past, which we recommend getting a dining package for. The Festival of The Holidays will take place from November 19th-December 30th.

We can’t wait to experience these new offerings – but we’re a sucker for anything to do with Christmas. (Honestly, they could slap the word Christmas on a park bench, and I would be thrilled).