Friday, December 03, 2021

Christmastime at Disneyland: Thanksgiving Eve 2021

Thanksgiving Eve at Disneyland is one of our family's favorite traditions. Photos from Thanksgiving Eve visits going back for a dozen years are linked at the end of this post.

We missed our usual trip in 2019 as I had just had knee surgery. We expected to return in 2020 but could not have anticipated that Disney's California parks would be closed by the state for over a year, including at Christmas.

Consequently we're soaking up all the wonderful "Disney Christmas time" we can this year!

Here are a few seasonal shots of some of the decorations.

Posts with additional photos of this year's Disneyland resort Christmas decorations are linked at the end of this post.

Barely visible here is a tree in the window of Walt Disney's apartment above the fire station. Click on any photo to enlarge it for a closer look.

The sheer normalcy of being back in our "happy place" does wonders for the spirits.

A reverse look at Main Street, U.S.A. with the tree:

The Golden Horseshoe in Frontierland:

Bonus photos from a (somewhat foggy!) Disneyland morning earlier this week:

One of my favorite places, Snow White's Grotto:

Festive decorations at the entrance to Snow White's Enchanted Wish in Fantasyland:

New Orleans Square:

The Sailing Ship Columbia on the Rivers of America:

The Jungle Cruise queue:

We'll be back at Disneyland next week for the Merriest Nites party!

Merry Christmas!

Previous Thanksgiving Eve at Disneyland Posts: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Also: Return to Disneyland: First Signs of Christmas (2021); Christmas at Disney California Adventure (2021).


Blogger Caftan Woman said...

You certainly put a holiday smile on my face!

5:41 AM  
Blogger Walter S. said...

Laura, thank you for bringing us along.

8:26 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

Thank you both so much for the nice feedback! I'm truly delighted you enjoyed the photos. The park is so pretty at this time of year!

Best wishes,

11:04 PM  

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