Winter at Disneyland is truly a magical thing. We’re counting down the days till the park is decked out in holiday lights and snowy magic on Main Street. Mark your calendars! Sleeping Beauty’s Castle transforms into an icy winter wonderland next month.

During the holidays at Disneyland, the entire park changes into a festive holiday celebration. From November 8 to January 6, 2020, Sleeping Beauty’s Castle will be more enchanting than ever.

The entire castle will be covered in shimmering icicle lights, wreaths, and festive decor. At night, it all comes to life in sparkling wonder!

Snow falls, Christmas music fills the air and thousands of lights twinkle. It’s certainly a sight to see. Why not take a picture in front of the castle and pretend it’s your own?

While you’re waiting for the castle to light up at night, there’s plenty of things to do and see during the day. We don’t know about you, but we love riding the bobsleds at the Matterhorn. Who doesn’t want to race through the Alps to outrun the Abominable Snowman? 

There’s so much holiday magic to see. We recommend planning to spend at least one day at Disneyland. Make sure to stop by one of the goodie stands and try out the themed cookies.

Every night, Disneyland hosts the Christmas Fantasy Parade. You can watch marching wooden soldiers and dancing gingerbread cookies take part in the festivities.

World of Color Season of Light is another spectacular light show you don’t want to miss. This 22-minute long light show changes the entire park into a world of spectacular color. All of your favorite childhood Disney and Pixar stories come to life!

If you want to see a full list of all things winter wonderland at Disney, you can here. You don’t want to miss this year at the parks.

Wintertime Enchantment at Sleeping Beauty’s Hidden Winter Castle

When: November 8, 2019 - January 6, 2020

Address: Disneyland Park, Main Street

Why You Need To Go: You can visit Sleeping Beauty’s castle when it’s turned into an icy winter wonderland. The entire castle is covered in icicles, wreaths, and Christmas decor. Every evening, it shimmers and comes to life!

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