Christmas on Main Street
  • On Aug 10, 2022
    Jenny from MS Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are coming in November and brining my grandson. We are coming to the Very Merry Christmas party. I wanted to double check to make sure that a 2 year old doesn't need a ticket for the very merry Christmas Party or Park entrance.

    Hi Jenny,

    It's great to see you planning Disney at planDisney again! We have a new name since the last time you stopped by, but we're still a group of passionate Disney Guests helping other Guests plan magical Disney vacations.

    It is an honor to be answering the question of a Fairy Grandmother today. You might not be turning a pumpkin into a carriage, but giving your grandson the gift of a Walt Disney World Resort vacation will help him dream big and choose magic as he grows up. In my life, togetherness was defined while walking hand-in-hand with my grandparents down Main Street, U.S.A. Since you're visiting in November, your grandson's first, "Wow!" in Magic Kingdom Park will come from seeing the larger-than-life tree and presents once you pass through the entrance tunnel. As you are able, I encourage you to carry your grandson past the tree as he catches his first glimpse of Cinderella Castle. I get goosebumps just thinking about the tangible Disney magic!

    All Guests over the age of three require valid admission, a theme park reservation for each park day, and a method of entry (MagicBand, MagicBand+, Disney MagicMobile pass, or admission card) for theme park entry. Special ticket events such as Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party do not require theme park admission; your event ticket and a method of entry will get you into Magic Kingdom Park as early as 4:00 p.m. on your party day. Your grandson, and all Guests under the age of three, are special Guests of Mickey Mouse and do not require any of those things - ticket, theme park reservation, or method of entry. Isn't that great?! He can spend his time focused on more important things like waving to Mickey and Santa in Mickey's Once Upon a Time Christmastime Parade and enjoying hot cocoa and cookies while dancing in the snow on Main Street, U.S.A.

    Keep in mind your grandson should be included in any advance dining reservations, Jenny. Even if he won't be eating his own meal, it's important to let the Cast Members at each restaurant know how much space your party will need. You can even request a high chair or booster seat in the My Disney Experience mobile app during the mobile check-in process.

    Thank you for making planDisney a part of your magical memories, Jenny. I just know you and your grandson are going to have the best time experiencing Disney magic together.

    You are the magic!
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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Virginia

Hey there, hi there, ho there! I’m Jennifer from Northern Virginia, close to Washington, D.C. Together is my family’s favorite place to be, and I’m so grateful that Walt Disney World Resort is designed to make that dream a destination. I’ve visited The Most Magical Place on Earth at every age and every stage, in every season, and for countless reasons. I can’t wait to help you maximize the magic on your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Jennifer

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