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Is it possible to see both the Halloween and Christmas displays on the same trip? I wasn't sure how quick the turnaround time is between the 2 celebrations. Thanks.
- Asked by James from DE on 10/31/2013
You've just described by dream trip! It is possible - but it depends on the length of your trip. It typically takes a stay of 7 or more nights to experience the transformation.
Halloween decorations stay up at Walt Disney World through the last Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party which typically ends on November 1st. Over the next week, the Magic Kingdom is transformed for the Christmas holidays in order to kick off Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party on November 8th (this is the first day for 2013, it may vary in the future). So, if you arrived on November 1st and stayed through the 8th, you would be able to celebrate both holidays in a single trip.
The rest of Walt Disney World parks and resorts are decorated for Christmas through the middle of November.
Hope this helps!