Christmas at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

It’s halfway through December and just ten days until Christmas, but I’ve finally gotten a chance to post about the Christmas decorations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  Studios doesn’t do nearly as much as the Magic Kingdom or Epcot, but it is still very fun to look at!

As you enter the park, you are greeted with a giant Christmas Tree!  Each park has their own unique one, and of course Studios’ has a movie theme to it.  And as you walk down Hollywood Blvd, you are greeted with lamp post decorations and windows adorned with all sorts of Christmas additions.

The Chinese Theater once again has a stage in front of it, this time for a nightly dance party.  However, unlike the past, this new stage is much lower to the grown and wider.  It doesn’t block the view of the theater whatsoever!

And of course, Guests can now meet Santa Goofy.  He is currently located inside the entrance to the shuttered Backlot Tour. I also snapped a picture of the souvenir T-shirt available to Guests who want to take a reminder home of The Osborne Family’s Spectacle of Dancing Lights.   It is a shame that after 20 years, the lights must come to an end, but I am excited about the future of Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  Hopefully, Disney will eventually find a way to bring this wonderful Christmas tradition back. Merry Christmas!

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About Chris DiPaula

Creator of DiPaula on Disney: entertainment website dedicated to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, other Florida parks and activities, and other adventures. Co-creator and producer of Parks, Brews, and Geek News: an entertainment website dedicated to the Florida theme parks including Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando, movie & geek news, and food and brews. Chris DiPaula has been an avid theme park and amusement park goer since childhood and a die hard Disney fan for as long as he can remember. He is currently an active concierge Cast Member at Walt Disney World Resort and has worked for The Walt Disney Company since 2011. Previously, he worked for Busch Gardens Tampa and SeaWorld Orlando in the entertainment technician field as well.

Posted on December 15, 2015, in Walt Disney World and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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