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It’s unlikely that Orlando will get snow for Christmas this year. Not impossible, just not likely. Except at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios. Once the sun sets, it will snow. White snow. Multi-colored snow. A lot of snow. Tower of Terror becomes a gigantic movie screen with an ever-changing tableau. There are giant screens on either side of the street bearing images of some of your favorite characters. And you’ll hear your favorite holiday music.
The day I saw this it was 81 degrees, so I guess I couldn’t call it a winter wonderland. I suppose I’ll just call it an enchanted experience which it truly was.
Most of Hollywood Studios is really decked out for the holidays. You’ll see multi-colored lights plus banks of same-colored lights, wreaths, and bows galore. And the Hollywood Studios Christmas Tree is exquisite. No other word for it.
I had a fabulous time taking in the sights and sounds of the holidays at Hollywood Studios. I highly recommend it and you can click here to find the best coupons for Disney World tickets.