Growing up with a Grandfather living in Miami, our family would travel down to Florida once a year just about every other year since I was 5 till I was about 16. So the only time of year we could go was the summer and when one of our friends was getting married in December a few years ago down there, I was wondering how it would be? Best experience at Walt Disney World ever. Weather is beautiful to maybe a chill at night to make it really feel like winter. People seem nicer, Mickey's Christmas Party and parade are a can't miss with free hot cocoa and cookies, fake snow shooting up from the houses on Main Street, and limited park attendance. (Did I mention the weather is beautiful? :) Low to mid 80's with no dripping-sweat-humid weather aggravating people more and more while waiting on line) Osbourne Festival of Lights is extraordinary with the faux New York city, the Candlelight Procession in Epcot is a nice time to relax the legs from walking all day and listen to a beautiful chorus ensemble including a guest reader for "T'was the night before Christmas." We have been down the the past 4 winters and this year will make 5! Unfortunately for us when the days get shorter they seem to get longer with something like Walt Disney World waiting for you. :)
We have been lucky enough to visit the lights and sights the past three years and this year will be our fourth. We love all the lights and music that go along with the Osborne lights. It is very festive and the kids young and old will love it. It is a must see while at Disney.
The hollidays at WDW are never to be missed! By all means go to the Studios and see the wonderful Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights there they are not to be missed!