Winter Holidays at Walt Disney World On Your Wish List?

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Have you ever wanted to spend the winter holidays at Walt Disney World? You know, to stroll Main Street, Hollywood Boulevard or the World Showcase with your loved one(s), listening to holiday music—whether it be Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Kwanzaa or Christmas—and taking in all the decorations. And in your holiday vacation vision, you’re the only ones there.


All the major holiday times are also the largest, most crowded times at Walt Disney World too. There are additional ticketed events, after normal park hours, that allow you some behind the scenes or secret access — which are great for those attending, but that also creates shorter park hours for everyone else to see and do all they had on their holiday plan. More people with less time creates long lines and less desirable vacation memories.


But it doesn’t have to be this way. 

Pam has been there, done that for you over the last 20 years, and her first-hand knowledge of the resorts, parks and events at Walt Disney World allow her to craft your holiday dream come true.

  • Trick-or-Treating without the crowd and added ticket expense—done.
  • Thanksgiving Day Feast worthy of a Rockwell painting without waiting for your table—you got it.
  • Fireworks for New Year’s Eve from all directions without fighting the crowd to enter or exit a park—Pam’s specialty.

Think of Pam as your personal Disney Concierge, whether you’re thinking of Florida, California, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong, or Shanghai. And then there’s Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney, and Disney’s newest resort in Hawaii, Aulani. Be sure to plan plenty of time for her to share her knowledge and ideas of how to make your holiday vacation vision a reality.