25 Days of Christmas – Day 3: Cinderella Castle Lighting Ceremony
The Dream Lights on Cinderella Castle look amazing this year and here the ceremony at which they light it up each night.
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Seeing the castle all cover in twinkling lights for first time during the holidays is the tree topper of all tree toppers. The lights are awesome and the colors they use to wash over the castle are even better. Its something you need to see in person!!!
Loved it and it was so beautiful! It must be seen in person to really know
how lovely the castle looks.
I can never see that too many times
Thanks for Sharing
I can’t wait to see this live and in person. But in the meantime it was great to see your video.
I like this show. The castle looks awsome. I looked up the Castle Dreamlights on http://www.wikipdia.org. and learned that there are 200,000 lights used to decorate the castle. The sight is alway amazing. I would love to see it in person. Mabye some year.
Just breathtaking in person, can’t wait to see it again in January. Thanks Rick. Lovin’ Disney Christmas everyday!
? for you rick…when did the characters start “talking”? my family went 3 times to wdw over the last year & didn’t notice this in any of our visits. (3 times in a year isn’t much for you i’m sure, but we are 600 miles from wdw & that’s bout all we could muster!) great video by the way, & thanks for posting! steven
Great capture of the show. I never got that close before. Well done, Andrew!
I keep saying, if I can’t be there I can at least watch the Traveling with Rick videos. Great job.
Still, I wish I was there. 🙂