If you were already making plans for Disney World Orlando the upcoming holiday season, many may be sad to hear of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and Candlelight Procession at EPCOT being officially canceled for 2020. But don't drop your park plans just yet. The theme park still has some big magical experiences in store for the season.

Disney has reimagined their Christmas cheer this year and will be decking the halls with loads of decor and seasonal sights from November 6 through December 30, according to Disney's park blog.

Park-goers can expect all the festive decor, themed merch, holiday bites, beverages, and loads of entertainment throughout Disney's resorts, four parks, and even Disney Springs.

The jolly man Santa himself will be making special stops at each location, sprinkling his holly jollies everywhere as he waves and spreads Christmas wishes to visitors.

The Animal Kingdom will feature fleets of boats strung up with festive decorations, while EPCOT celebrates with holiday promenades, and Hollywood Studios revs up with merry motorcycle parade.

Christmasy characters on floats will stroll up the streets of The Magic Kingdom, including gingerbread men, elves, reindeer, and toy soldiers marching to the tune of Disney's legendary Mainstreet Philharmonic band.

As day at the park fades to night, Cinderella's Castle will look a little different this year.

Instead of its signature Dream Lights display, a series of rotating overlays will sweep the princess' home with a new look including royal red, green, and gold hues, as well as a Christmas sweater design.

Hollywood Studio's Hollywood & Vine restaurant will have a yuletide feast hosted by Mrs. Minnie, accompanied by Santa Goofy, where you can enjoy a holiday meal with your family and friends.

Disney Springs will deliver Christmas on every corner with all their trees strung up with care throughout its shopping, dining, and entertainment district.

The Town Center, West Side, and Landing will have a touch of "snowfall" to ring in that seasonal spirit, with Jock Lindsey transforming his Hangar Bar into a Holiday Bar complete with festive limited-time menu items.

Meanwhile, the park's resorts will be all decked out with lobbies featuring trees and other sprinkles of holiday magic.

Even though it may look a little different this year, you'll still have Disney's Christmas cheer brightening up Orlando.

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