Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party
During the holidays, the biggest specially ticketed event is Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP), which takes place on select evenings at Magic Kingdom in November and December.
The party features exclusive holiday entertainment, “snow” falling on Main Street, complimentary treats, special character meet and greets, the chance to see Santa Claus, and so much more.
Call Laurie to book your tickets today!
Encounter familiar Disney friends as you come face-to-face with beloved Characters decked out for the holiday celebration!
During Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, you’re invited to share hugs, receive autographs and capture photos with over a dozen beloved Disney Characters as they spread holiday cheer around Magic Kingdom park.
Look out for special Character appearances too. In recent years, Guests have encountered such fan favorites as Jack Skellington dressed as Sandy Claws, Scrooge McDuck and Santa Claus himself!
All attractions, experiences and event elements are subject to change without notice.
Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration
This Christmas season, get ready for a magical holiday gathering with your loved ones—and some familiar Disney faces.
When Mickey celebrates the season, Magic Kingdom park lights up with excitement for Guests of all ages. Cinderella Castle shimmers. Joyful music fills the air. Disney Characters don their most festive attire. Favorite attractions take on a holiday theme. And enchanting surprises lie around almost every turn!
A Celebration Filled with Disney Characters
Attractions Open During the Event
Discover dozens of iconic Magic Kingdom attractions you’re welcome to enjoy as you explore each land!
Though attractions and experiences are subject to change, here are some of the attractions that may be available during this event:
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Swiss Family Treehouse
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Splash Mountain (temp closed)
Princess Fairytale Hall
Peter Pan’s Flight
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
“it’s a small world”
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Mad Tea Party
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
Space Mountain (with a holiday twist)Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Tomorrowland Speedway, Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor, TRON Lightcycle / Run
Holiday Treats and Specialty Eats
Savor delicious yuletide sweets as you sip on seasonal beverages—included with your admission. Plus, enjoy holiday-themed, event-exclusive treats available for purchase throughout the night.
Please note that alternative healthy and gluten-free options are available upon request. All menus and offerings are subject to change and availability.
ENCHANTING HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT
Christmas fun awaits as Mickey invites his pals over for an unforgettable party.
Get swept up in the holiday spirit when Queen Elsa transforms Cinderella Castle.
Look to the sky as your host—Minnie Mouse—presents a dazzling fireworks show full of festive cheer.
Wave to Disney friends during a holiday parade brimming with joy and magic!
Bust a move during a mega-fun dance party at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café.
Join favorite Tomorrowland friends for a Christmas party that’s out-of-this-world.
Plus... Event Exclusive Dining Options
Jingle your bells with delicious dinner options during our holly-jolly jubilee!
Enjoy sweet treats and spectacular fireworks from a reserved viewing area.
Indulge your senses in seasonal delights from the comfort of priority seating.
Toast yuletide cheer with delicious bites, sparkling sips and reserved viewing for the holiday parade.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is an event with a limited amount of tickets. That means that the Magic Kingdom will never be as busy during a party as it will on a crowded day. That said, the nature of the party means that crowds will be concentrated around the events, especially the parade and fireworks. This may make it seem more crowded than it is.
If you have a choice of parties to attend, they are busier the closer Christmas gets. If you can attend one in early to mid-November you will find it less crowded than one in late December. Day of the week tends to matter as well, with Monday through Thursday evenings being less busy than the weekend events
It should be noted that any guest with a Christmas Party ticket can enter the Magic Kingdom starting at 4 pm and stay until the party ends at midnight, meaning that it is quite easy to save a day on Magic Your Way tickets. This practice is not officially advertised by Disney, but it has been in existence for many years and Cast Members will readily confirm this information.