PHOTOS: Sleeping Beauty Castle, Main Street U.S.A., and Mickey’s Toontown Decked in Holiday Decorations at Disneyland Park

The holidays are upon us at the Disneyland Resort, and that means plenty of decorations around Disneyland Park. Snow on Sleeping Beauty Castle, garland down Main Street, U.S.A., even Mickey’s Toontown is in on the spirit already. So let’s take a look at what we’ve found so far at the Happiest Place on Earth!


Snow, icicles, garland, and the central wreath have all been installed on Sleeping Beauty Castle, which undeniably marks the transition into the holidays.


Popcorn carts and the Main Street Vehicles are in the holiday spirit too… as many Guests in the background continue to wear shorts.


Garland is also now in place along Main Street, U.S.A., and the light posts now have their traditional wreath with a bow attached.


Over in Toontown, Donald’s Boat features a blue-colored garland with orange bows fitting to his color palette.


Mickey’s House bears more traditional red, white, and yellow-colored garland (which also happen to fit his palette). His house also has red bows hanging off corners and a cartoony Christmas tree in the front yard.


Minnie’s heart-shaped wreath is back this year, as is her cartoony Christmas tree.


Goofy’s House has quite the Goof style to it, with some garland hanging off the house (intentionally, of course) and multicolored bows at many corners.


Wreaths, garland, and bows accent just about every possible fixture in Toontown, from gazebo supports to lamp posts.


The entrance to Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin has been decked out too, with wacky multicolor wreaths and garlands galore, as well as checkered yellow and black ribbons for Benny the Cab!

Stay tuned to Disneyland News Today as the Disneyland Resort prepares for the holiday season, we’ll be the first to update you on all the yuletide cheer! Are you excited for the holidays at Disneyland Resort? Let us know in the comments below.

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