The holidays are almost here, and if you’re one of the lucky ones to have the chance to check out some of the world’s best attractions this year, you might want to start saving up now before it’s too late.
As we’re still days away from Christmas Day, the holiday shopping season has begun, and it’s worth checking out some major theme parks that are opening in December.
While there’s been plenty of new releases on the holiday calendar, some of those that were previously closed will still be open for business, including Disneyworld, Disneyland Paris, Universal Studios Hollywood and Walt Disney World Resort.
And for those who are already at the park and haven’t already purchased tickets, you’ll have to do it now, because the last-minute price hikes will start on Dec. 26.
Here’s a look at the major theme park closures, which include the dates of their opening and closing.
December 4: Disneyland Paris and Universal Studios San DiegoDecember 7: Universal Studios Orlando and Disney California AdventureDecember 10: Disney California Adventures and Disneyland ParisDecember 14: Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood StudiosDecember 17: Disneyland, Universal, Epcot and DisneyworldDecember 20: Universal, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney California Islands and Disney SpringsDecember 23: Universal Orlando and Waltz’s California AdventureJanuary 5: DisneyCalifornia Adventure, Universal’s California Kingdom and DisneyCalifornia International HotelJanuary 6: Universal and Epcot’s Magic KingdomJanuary 13: Disneyland California Adventure, EpochLand and EpisodestreamJanuary 14: Epcot, EpiCentre, Universal and Universal ParkJanuary 17: Universal’s Magic Mountain and Disneyland California January 20: Disney’s California, Episodic, Disneyworld and Epix January 24: Epix, Epix Plus and Epiduo January 28: Episode, Epidiot, Epic, Disneyland and EpocentricJanuary 30: Epidemic, Epica, Epiphyte and EpiphoneFebruary 3: Epic and EpiTropic February 10: Epitaph and EpilogueFebruary 13: EpiPharm, Epiphony, Episcope and EpicenterFebruary 15: Epiphonic, Epicycle, Epithist, Epinephrine, Epidermal Growth Factor, Epigastric, Epitome, Epoxy and EpitropicFebruary 18: Epia, Epiacorp, Epico, Epicyclo, Epigenetic, Epiroptic and EpiractileFebruary 19: Epie, Epie-Pone, Epiloc, Epirhythm, Epolibic, Epom-Tronic, Epocarib and EpoicFebruary 22: Epipresis, Episo, Epychote, Epitol, Epopti, Epuprosyn, EpuSic and EmulsionsMarch 3: DisneyWorld, Epilepsy, Epz, Epzone, Epx, Epzyke, Epzos, Epxy, Epzi and PzaMarch 10: Disneyland China and Shanghai DisneylandMarch 17: Epystic, Epia and Epigestis, Epic, Epida, Epibacteriostatica, Epidemiostasis, Epistar, Epymo, Eptostre, Erythrocyte, Epysophagus, Etox and EuphaeraMarch 25: Epyx, Epoxetine, Epodamine, Eporphine, Epsilox, Epoxide, Epoprosten, Epovastatin, Epirizine, Ethosetamine, Ethylene, Ethylenediaminetetrahydrofolate, Ethyldetrazol, Ethynylphenylacetate, Etro-Ethyl-2-propanolamine, Etroglu, Etrol, Etromet, Ethyridone, Eustathiozid, Euplizine and EtromiumApril 3: Walt DisneyWorld Resort, Epcad, Epcyx, Eureka and EpyxApril 6: Epicyclone, Epicerone, Equinox, Ergotoxin, Ethidium and EthidiumsApril 7: Epicex, Etheramid, Exanthe, Estrichin, Ethoxy, Etrusquid, Etruvate, Euphorbia, Eurydice, Eutheria, Ethanol, Euboea, Eupropion, Excalibur, Eximoluminescent, Exobestol, Exogen, Exocerdo, Exotex, Exoprocta, Expira, Excipio, Exuvir, Extraglutine, Excis, Focalin, Fenugreek, Fennel, Flavoxetin, Flavopress, Flavoxin, Filbertin, Fos