Consider this your festive checklist for 2021.
It’s always a good idea to start your Disneyland day by stopping at a bakery. The Jolly Holiday Bakery in Disneyland has a whole menu of seasonal items like a Mickey Gingerbread and Santa Hat Macaron.
Fans of The Nightmare Before Christmas will love seeing their fave characters like Jack and Sally take over the Haunted Mansion during the holidays.
Even the rides in Cars Land have been given a haul-iday makeover. After riding Mater’s Jingle Jamboree, check out Luigi's Joy to the Whirl for a festive spin.
At California Adventure, they’re celebrating with their annual Festival of Holidays and an assortment of Insta-worthy holiday foods. Foodies will love snacks like the Holiday Stuffing Mac & Cheese and Hot Cocoa Marshmallow Macaron.
Located at the Paradise Gardens Park in California Adventure, you’ll find the Disney ¡Viva Navidad! celebration which has special characters dressed in holiday attire, food, and even a street parade.
Disney’s holiday merch this year includes new Mickey ears and festive spirit jerseys that anyone on your list would love to receive, so stop by the Emporium on Main Street, U.S.A.
Aside from the Fab Five, Disneyland has a few new characters debuting just in time for the holidays. Now, you can visit Maribel from Encanto and Kate Bishop from Hawkeye at California Adventure.
Disneyland has tons of holiday entertainment to enjoy like their A Christmas Fantasy Parade and "Believe...In Holiday Magic" Fireworks Spectacular, which are happening now through Jan. 9, 2022.
While "it's a small world" Holiday may be closed for refurbishment right now, the lights outside are a must-see. You can even watch the fireworks from in front of "it's a small world" for a truly breathtaking view.
Keep in mind the CDC still recommends delaying domestic travel until you’re fully vaccinated, and you’ll want to check out any local and park health guidelines while visiting Disneyland.