Photo Report: November 2016 - Festival of Holidays, Frozen: Live at the Hyperion, Christmas at Disneyland...

  • 12-8-2016

November 2016 Photo Report
by Myrna Litt

Please enjoy our latest item, a photo report from November 2016, featuring the Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure, Frozen: Live at the Hyperion, Christmas at Disneyland, and more!

We'll start off at the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, which this year is home to Santa, his elves, and some great decorations!

The last vestige of the old Brother Bear theming

Near the Trail is one of the 14 Festival Marketplaces, Treats for Santa, featuring goodies you can get for Santa or yourself!

Limited Edition of 500 Viva Navidad! pin. Get it while it's still available!

Various different merchants have set up shop along with the booths along the Performance Corridor

Disney Viva Navidad! has returned, along with the addition of a new show and meet & greet featuring Elena of Avalor

The beautiful Elena herself meets in the Gazebo next to Paradise Garden Grill

She appears in between showings of her Musical Grand Arrival

Paradise Garden Grill has a special Mexican menu for Viva Navidad!

Nautical Christmas decorations over at Pacific Wharf

Fortune Cookie garland at the Lucky Fortune Cookery! Clever details like this is part of why I like Christmas at Disney so much

Cars Land has some truly fantastic Christmas decorations

Among the songs of Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters is an Itallian version of "Jingle Bells" just for the holidays!

The Bugs Life Theater was home to a sneak peek of Moana (which has quickly become one of my favorite Disney movies), however It's Tough To Be a Bug is now back home

Subtle Christmas decor over at Grizzly Peak Airfield

The beautiful Buena Vista Street Christmas tree

Myrna took in a performance of Frozen: Live at the Hyperion, so here now are some shots from that show

And now over to the Merriest Place on Earth, Disneyland!

Minnie feeling all artsy in front of Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle, which returned this year after a year away due to the Diamond Celebration

The cannons on Main Street were previously right in the walkways, but have now been moved into the planters to help with better guest flow

Here's where one of the cannons was originally located

The skippers of the Jingle Cruise have decorated their own rinky-dink Christmas tree on top of the boathouse

The Jingle Cruise truly shines at nighttime

This year's Gingerbread House in the Ballroom of Haunted Mansion Holiday

Believe in Holiday Magic fireworks are also back this year, seen here over the Rivers of America

I've missed this beautiful sight!

They're really pushing Festival of Holidays, and it's working!

Thanks for viewing this photo report!


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