Each holiday season at the Walt Disney World Resort, there are so many magical options for families to enjoy and get into the Christmas spirit together.  All four theme parks have holiday offerings this time around, but the one I want to focus on today is Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays.  This festival has become a fan favorite, and last night I was able to attend a preview of what this years event has to offer.  From food to merchandise to entertainment, the Festival of the Holidays has it all! Here are a few photos!

Lets break down all that Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays has for 2019!

Holiday kitchens with various foods around World Showcase
Holiday Cookie Stroll
The amazing Candlelight Processional
Decor from countries around the world
Santa and Mrs. Claus in the America Pavilion
Holiday Storytellers & World Holiday Traditions
JOYFUL! A Celebration of the Season
Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Christmas Tree Spree
NEW Living with the Land: Merry and Bright (after dark)

Candlelight Processional narrator list~

November 29 to December 1: Ming-Na Wen
December 2 to 5: Neil Patrick Harris
December 6 to 7: Whoopi Goldberg
December 8 to 10: Isabella Rossellini
December 11 to 12: Chita Rivera
December 13 to 15: Gary Sinise
December 16 to 18: Pat Sajak
December 19 to 21: Warwick Davis
December 22 to 24: Steven Curtis Chapman
December 25 to 26: Edward James Olmos
December 27 to 28: Marlee Matlin
December 29 to 30: Lisa Ling

Holiday Kitchens for 2019~

Bavaria Holiday Kitchen (Germany)
American Holiday Table (The American Adventure)
Yukon Holiday Kitchen (Canada)
Feast of the Three Kings
Holiday Sweets and Treats
L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen
Le Marche de Noel Holiday Kitchen (France)
Sapphire Holiday Kitchen (Morocco)
Tuscany Holiday Kitchen (Italy)
Shanghai Holiday Kitchen (China)
Shi Wasu Holiday Kitchen (Japan)
Las Posadas Holiday Kitchen (Mexico)

There is so much to see and do at the festival, I’m so looking forward to it. Between the snacking, shopping and entertainment, it’s quickly becoming one of my favorite activities at Disney for the Christmas season. The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays starts on November 29th and runs through December 30, 2019. If you get a chance to visit this holiday season, I highly recommend the Christmas festivities at Epcot. You’ll be so glad that you went!

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