Starting in November, Walt Disney World gets all lit up for Christmas, 1500 trees are put in place, and some major annual celebrations get underway.
In the Magic Kingdom, Mickey has a Very Merry Christmas Party on many nights, and Mickey's Very Merry Parade features a March of the Wooden Soldiers and dancing gingerbread men. (You'll have to pay extra for the party, though.)
At Epcot, Holidays Around The World has story-telling and traditions from different countries. Also at Epcot is the Candlelight Processional: a celebrity narrator presents the Christmas story, with music by a choir and 50-piece orchestra.
At Disney's Hollywood Studios, the Osborne Family Spectacle of Lights has 5 million of 'em-- twinkling lights that is, that twinkle even more in nightly "snow".
And that's far from all...
- read about Disney Christmas: parades and other celebrations at Walt Disney World
- see photos of Christmas at Disney World.
- continue to Universal Orlando