Christmas Eve Holiday Parties Announced For DVC Members At Walt Disney World & Disneyland

Disney have announced a two Christmas Eve special events for Disney Vacation Club members at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort.

Both holiday dinners are scheduled to take place on December 24th, with the The Walt Disney World’s holiday dinner starting from 3pm until 5 p.m. and Disneyland Resort’s holiday dinner is scheduled to take place from 4pm until 6 p.m.

The Disneyland Resort Holiday Party will take place in the Sequoia Ballroom at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and turn into a “Wild West Winterland,” filled with snow-capped Christmas cactus, tumbleweed snowmen and boot-scootin’ music. The holiday buffet features buttermilk fried chicken, angus sirloin steak, crusted salmon, roasted vegetables, Christmas corn bread stuffing, salad, desserts, kids options and more. Beyond the buffet, Member families will pose for photos, play reindeer games, create crafty keepsakes, and there will be some character meet and greets.

While the Walt Disney World Resort Holiday Party, will take place in the Fantasia Ballroom at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, which will be turned into Olaf’s and Kristoff’s “Christmas Market.” “Kristoff’s Hot Selections” dinner menu features roasted ham, braised beef ribs, roasted potatoes, steamed vegetables, salad, desserts and more, while “Olaf’s Children’s Menu” adds selections for kids. Member families may have a chance to meet some Frozen friends, pose for photos, enjoy holiday music, make Arendelle-style crafts and more.

Each event is priced at $74.95 plus tax and gratuity for adults, and $39.95 plus tax and gratuity for kids ages 3-9.

Reservations will begin to be accepted at Member Services for the Walt Disney World Resort Holiday Party on October 19th and for the Disneyland Resort Holiday Party on October 26th.

Will you be attending?


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