Foodie Friday: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Holiday Treat Locations

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Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Treat Locations

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is a blast for Guests. There’s the parade, the fireworks, new stage show, and more. But one of the more fun aspects is enjoying delightful Christmas cookies! Lots and lots of Christmas cookies. Eating Christmas desserts and goodies is a big part of the holidays for many, and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party certainly delivers with its all you can eat cookie bonanza that is included with your party ticket! There is no limit to the number of times you can visit the treat stations.

So, how do you get to enjoy all these treats? Guests will need to make a visit to one of five treat locations found within the park. You’ll recognize them by the candy cane blow up inflatables that indicate for Guests that a treat station is present. (If you don’t remember where they are, make sure to check the special park map that’s available during party nights for help.)


In previous year, Guests were only able to enjoy snickerdoodles, apple slices, apple juice, and hot chocolate during the party, however this year, Disney has upped the game and now has multiple cookie, drink, and other fun and free treats available to choose from. Gusts will be able to find the following treats at the following Holiday Treat locations:


  • Hot Chocolate and Snickerdoodle cookie at Tortuga Tavern in Adventureland
  • Eggnog and Gingersnap Molasses Cookie at Heritage House in Liberty Square
  • Snow Cone and Snowman Sugar Cookie at Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland
  • Spiced Apple Cider and Snowman Sugar Cookie at Pete’s Silly Sideshow Storybook Circus in Fantasyland
  • Hot Chocolate and Peppermint Bark Cookie at The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland

The snickerdoodles are just ok. They are very cinnamon-y. The hot chocolate is velvety and scalding hot. The spiced apple cider is also quite delicious. The snowman sugar cookies are buttery. I have heard from multiple people though that the Peppermint Bark Cookie is their favorite out of all the options.

Holiday Treat stations are open from party beginning (7:00 p.m.) until party end (midnight). Having more treat options for Guests to choose from at the party is a welcome addition, because just eating snickerdoodles got old pretty quickly before. I for one am happy about this change.

Which treat or beverage are you excited to try at this year’s Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party? Share your choice and why in the comments.

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