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The holiday season is a beautiful time to pay a visit to Epcot. This topiary, one of the many artistic floral decorations on display, provides an excellent photo opportunity. You’ll find a wide variety of photographic possibilities throughout Walt Disney World before the New Year arrives.
Picture this…eleven countries will be decorated for Holidays Around the World at Epcot Showcase. As you make your way from country to country, you may see some of Disney’s 1,300 decorated trees spread throughout all of Disney World. Now is a great time to pick up a holiday ornament in one of these eleven pavilions to display on your own tree for years to come.
Looking for a memorable family event when you finish your holiday ornament shopping??
Over at the America Gardens Theater Stage at Epcot, you can hear music of the holiday season during the Candlelight Processional. Highlighted by a celebrity narrator, the Nativity story is backed by fanfare trumpets, a 52-member orchestra, and a 350-voice choir made up of high school students, local choirs and Cast Members. By using different conductors, singers, and narrators for many of the performances, this creates an ever-so-slightly different theatrical version when you experience a new show. Disney guests return year after year for an exciting musical. Delighting holiday crowds at Epcot for nearly two decades, the Candlelight Processional will be a memorable experience for you’ll cherish for years to come.
Be sure to check the viewing times for the night of your visit, but there are Candlelight Processional shows at 5:00, 6:45, and 8:15 most nights through December 30.
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This article was originally published on Chip and Co. here on Dec. 3, 2011