A Crescent City Christmas II
New Orleans Square is the original home of the ultra-immersive, themed land made up of wandering streetways and enveloping architecture. Opened in 1966, this trip to the Crescent City is full of intricate French Quarter style facades, transporting guests straight to Bourbon Street. But during the holiday season, it's even more atmospheric, with beautiful Christmas lights, fancy ornaments, and verdant wreaths draping along the upper balconies and even overhead across the path. This transforms the scene into something even more romantic and glamorous than normal, and it's a warm, cozy, exuberant expression of Christmas time!
|New Orleans Square's Royal Street, dressed up and glittering from its holiday decorations.|