Top 10 Ideas for a Disney Park Attraction Holiday or Seasonal MakeoverThe title is similar to a previous list of mine, but the list is completely different.
Some attractions at Disney Parks haven't received seasonal or holiday makeovers, but they would be very deserving of them.
Unlike Magic Kingdom's version, Disneyland's would use tracks from the Polar Express, composed by Alan Silvestri. While that might not sound like such a smart thing to do, as Warner Bros owns the rights, let's not forget that one of the tracks is used on New Year's Eve during Fantasy in the Sky at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. The queue would play "Seeing Is Believing" and the main ride would play "The First Gift of Christmas," which includes renditions of Jolly St. Nick, Deck the Halls, and Jingle Bells. The post-show would play "Silver Bells" by Johnny Mathis and "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby. This would all fit with the layout of Space Mountain here, unlike Walt Disney World's version, which is more mouse-like and cheesy, making the cute rock 'n' roll theme fit. Here, Santa and his reindeer fly through space as you "fly" through, and the hyperspace tunnel would be extra colorful to fit the holiday season. Since Disney World already has a Christmas overlay of Space Mountain, Disneyland Park deserves a Christmas overlay of it as well. This could've been done in Paris, but that attraction has a Star Wars theme, making the Holiday them work on this.
It would be a Christmas-themed makeover of Tiana's Bayou Adventure (formerly Splash Mountain). This overlay could have been used long before Splash Mountain's closure.
It would be clever to add Christmas decorations to the treehouse.
There would be music from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite each day during the Christmas season. R.I.P. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893).
There would be music from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite each day during the Christmas season.
Just like with the other castles, there would be music from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker suite each day during the Christmas season.
To align with the holiday theming at the castles, there would be Nutcracker music on the carousel.
Similar to the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel, this would feature Nutcracker music during the holiday season.
There would be Christmas decorations along with Christmas songs, and a Santa animatronic would appear. This attraction never had a holiday makeover.
It would be themed to Chip 'n' Dale using a sleigh to fly over their town. The story is that guests are late for Christmas. Therefore, a cover of Christmas Don't Be Late would be played. Christmas decorations would be included.