1. Magic Kingdom makes its own snow for guests who’ve never experienced the magic of a white Christmas:



2. Even better, at the Frozen Ever After attraction you can actually build your own snowman:





3. Food is taken to the next level during the holidays with treats like Red Velvet Mickey Waffles, Frozen-themed Sugar Frosted Fruit Bites, and a giant Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll.


via: disneyfoodblog.com


4. And, of course, holiday-themed drinks at the resorts, like Very Merry Moonshine, Napa Rose S’more, and Tropical Snowstorm:


via: disneyparks.disney.go.com




5. Disney World's holiday team works almost year round to design, decorate, and maintain all the Christmas trees at the resorts:



6. Gingerbread houses are a REALLY big deal, like this one at the Grand Floridian, which stands 16 feet tall:



It uses 1,050 pounds of honey and 800 pounds of flour, and it takes more than 400 hours to bake.



7. Meanwhile, the gingerbread "house" at the Yacht and Beach Club is actually a fully functioning carousel:



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