A visit to the Walt Disney World Resort will provide memories to last a lifetime. There is so much to see and do. With four theme parks, two water parks, mini-golf courses, Downtown Disney entertainment district, amazing restaurants, and beautiful resorts, guests will not be at a loss for activitiy.
One of the most exciting aspects of Walt Disney World is that there is always something new to see or do. With the new Fantasyland expansion and Avatar Land in the works along with many other updates, one visit just might not be enough. The Mouse For Less is your Walt Disney World Resort vacation information resource to plan a magical vacation.
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Don’t forget to take a look at the special events happening at Walt Disney World throughout the year with the Walt Disney World Resort vacation information that is on our site. Spring brings Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival and features incredible topiaries, a Butterfly House, HGTV Designers’ Presentations, Garden Rocks Concerts and so much more. The Power of the Force will be strong during the annual Star Wars weekends. This special event is held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday on select weekend dates in May and June.
Fall guests will experience Epcot’s popular Food and Wine Festival which takes place from late September to November. Guests can sample culinary delights around the World Showcase. Guests will also enjoy the tricks and treats of during nights Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, held on select nights this fall.
Holidays are even more magical when celebrated at Walt Disney World. The resorts all display their finest decorations. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is held on select nights in November and December and wows guests with special shows, fireworks and even snow on Main Street! Guests can experience Holidays Around the World as well as a beautiful retelling of the Christmas story during the Candlelight Processional at Epcot.