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Posted: Sep. 01, 2003 7:06 am/pm Quote

Name:  Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

Dates:  November 30, 2003 - December 19, 2003

Location:  Magic Kingdom® Park

Description:  Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party takes place from 7 p.m. to midnight on selected nights at the Magic Kingdom® Park. Come spend a magical night enjoying holiday snow, an enchanting parade, Disney Character greetings, family photos and tasty treats.

Plus, get unlimited use of the most popular Magic Kingdom attractions. Separate admission is required for this event, and tickets sell out quickly, so book now or call (407) W-DISNEY (934-7639)† to get yours today!  




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Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Turns Magic Kingdom Into a Winter Wonderland For 12 Nights of Holiday Fun

It's the most wonderful time of the year as Magic Kingdom hosts Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party for 12 nights of holiday fun in November and December.

In 2003, the festive event will take place on Nov. 30, Dec. 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 19. Each date will include:
  • Two nightly performances of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade
  • The spectacular new "Wishes" fireworks show, the largest pyrotechnics display ever presented at Magic Kingdom
    Exclusive holiday entertainment, including stage shows with Disney characters
  • Character greetings throughout the theme park, including Santa Goofy
  • "Snow" flurries on Main Street, U.S.A.
  • A souvenir photo and button at no additional charge
  • Delicious holiday treats
  • Unlimited use of popular Magic Kingdom attractions including "Mickey's PhilharMagic," an all-new 3-D "sym-funny" in Fantasyland starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other classic Disney characters

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party takes place from 7 p.m. to midnight and requires separate park admission. Advance tickets are $35.95 plus tax for ages 10 and up, $25.95 plus tax for ages 3-9. Same-day tickets are $41.95 plus tax for ages 10 and up, $31.95 plus tax for ages 3-9. Children under 3 are admitted at no additional charge.

For more information, call 407/934-7639 or visit disneyworld.com.

Copyright 2003, THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY.
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Posted: Sep. 01, 2003 9:32 am/pm Quote

This is a must do if you're at WDW during the holidays.  We went for the first time Dec. 2001 and loved it.  The only thing I wouldn't do is to go the first night it is held - very crowded.

I hope to be there again Dec. 2005.

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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 9:07 am/pm Quote

Well everyone, I actually DID convince DH (aka Grumpy) to go to WDW again before the end of the year.  Suprisingly, it didn't take all that much convincing.

We are flying into Sanford Dec. 12th and won't be at our resort (WL) until around 10:00 pm.  

I've made PS's for Chef Mickey's for breakfast on Saturday (never ate breakfast there).  I made PS's for the Pirate cruise on the 17th and I've got my tickets for MVMCP for Sunday the 14th.

The exitement is starting to sink in :)

Has anyone been to MVMCP?  What did they do?  Did you like it?


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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 7:02 am/pm Quote

In another message, Beth / Liv2CdWorld wrote:

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Well everyone, I actually DID convince DH (aka Grumpy) to go to WDW again before the end
of the year.  Suprisingly, it didn't take all that much convincing.

We are flying into Sanford Dec. 12th and won't be at our resort (WL) until around 10:00
pm.  

I've made PS's for Chef Mickey's for breakfast on Saturday (never ate breakfast there).  
I made PS's for the Pirate cruise on the 17th and I've got my tickets for MVMCP for
Sunday the 14th.

The exitement is starting to sink in :)

Has anyone been to MVMCP?  What did they do?  Did you like it?


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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 7:08 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Beth!

Congratulations on your upcoming trip! You're going to love Chef Mickey's for breakfast.  :mickey:

I hope your son/daughter likes the pirate cruise, too! See if they'll promise to tell you all about it when they're done so you can write a trip report about it. Here's a tip: Get them a disposable camera just for the pirate cruise and encourage them to take pictures during it. That way you and your DH will have a way to see a bit of what it was like. Plus, being a disposable camera, if it accidentally gets dropped overboard it isn't as big of a loss as a regular camera.
:o

Our whole family has loved Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade the times we've done it. I bet all of you will, too. I need to post pictures of the party here, and I promise to get to it!
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The special Christmas parade is great, the fireworks are wonderful, the "snow" on Main Street U.S.A. is a treat, as well as the cookies and hot chocolate that are provided for free. Get your complimentary photograph first thing, right after you enter the park for the party... And out-of-the way place for this that doesn't have a lot of lines at the beginning of the night is at the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean.

Have fun and enjoy all the decorations!  :santa:


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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 9:08 am/pm Quote

Thanks for the info.  I had read up on MVMCP on Deb Wills site but wanted some first hand reports.

So if you have the picture taken at the entrance to PoC - what's in the background?  Do they mail you the picture?  I only ask because we got a complimentary picture taken on Mother's day at Epcot in 2000.  They mailed us the picture.

What rides are open during the event?  Is it the same rides that they have open on E-Ride night?

I had intened to purchase a disposable camera for my son to take on the Pirate Cruise this trip.  He went this past May and loved it - but I didn't want to add the stress of asking him to take pics.  This time, since he's already "been there, done that" then I'll toss in the camera.


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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 9:14 am/pm Quote

Quote (Liv2CdWorld @ Sep. 19, 2003 8:08 am/pm)
So if you have the picture taken at the entrance to PoC - what's in the background?  Do they mail you the picture?  I only ask because we got a complimentary picture taken on Mother's day at Epcot in 2000.  They mailed us the picture.

What rides are open during the event?  Is it the same rides that they have open on E-Ride night?

It is a plastic background (flat) with a logo repeated of the event. You can also get your picture taken with snow all around in the sleigh off of Main Street U.S.A., but I don't think that location is one of the "complimentary" ones. (Might be wrong about that, though).

They will mail you the picture, yes.

I think the same rides open for E-Ticket Nights are the ones open for MVMCP, but I don't recall specifically which ones. It is not the entire park that is open, however. I remember the train is one of the attractions not open.
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Posted: Sep. 19, 2003 9:19 am/pm Quote

Thanks Rich!

I can't wait!! :santa:

BTW, sorry for totally missing this post :blush:


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Posted: Sep. 20, 2003 2:37 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Disney EchoEars!

My thanks go out to ladymarganne for submitting the following pictures taken at Christmas time! This is similar to the Christmas parade that is run at nighttime during Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade (but you can see more details in these daytime photos).
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Posted: Sep. 20, 2003 9:49 am/pm Quote

Another question:  Do they still have Spectromagic on the nights that they don't have the Christmas party?  I can't imagine not seeing Spectro when we're there...

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