When it comes to visiting Walt Disney World, it’s truly impossible to find yourself bored.
The family-friendly vacation destination is home to four different theme parks, each with a ton of different things to do!
Each theme park (Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and EPCOT) offers different character meet-and-greet opportunities, attractions, themed restaurants, and entertainment. It’s all entirely different, so you’re sure to have a unique experience at each Disney Park.
But Magic Kingdom is the one theme park with something no other Disney World park has, and we’re not talking about Cinderella Castle! We’re talking about parades.
Magic Kingdom Is Home to One of the Most Iconic Disney Offerings (No, We Don’t Mean Cinderella Castle)
Parades are an incredibly iconic part of the Disney experience. Whether you visit Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Tokyo Disney Resort, Disneyland Paris, or another Disney vacation destination, you will surely find a fantastical parade just lying in wait.
Each parade is an absolute spectacle to behold! As the procession makes its way down the parade route, guests wait to see each parade float, which has been beautifully decorated and ingeniously engineered, as it passes.
Disney characters either stand atop their parade float or walk along with the procession, interacting with guests. All the while, fun music plays, and the characters dance along the parade route.
In short, there’s nothing quite like a Disney parade! But unfortunately, one of Magic Kingdom’s parades may be making an abrupt departure from the theme park much sooner than anyone realizes.
One Magic Kingdom Parade May Be Leaving the Lineup Soon
Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade is one of its most iconic performances around! This celebration of all things magical and Fantasyland is packed to the brim with beloved Disney music, characters, and fun.
However, according to Walt Disney World’s official website, all performances of this parade end on November 5, the beginning of the second week in November.
That means that we have less than a month to enjoy this parade!
False Alarm…Kind Of? We’re Not Entirely Sure Just Yet…
Of course, things probably aren’t that dire.
As we all know, Christmastime begins in Walt Disney World, and the second Halloween ends. There’s a very good chance that the Festival of Fantasy Parade has been removed from the official calendar due to an upcoming holiday parade.
But until Disney officially announces a holiday parade, guests are totally left in the dark about the status of Magic Kingdom’s daytime parades this fall.
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