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Gearing up for the holidays? This 25 Days of Christmas Disney+ checklist is the ultimate Disney Christmas Movie watchlist!
It’s the most wonderful time…….of the YEARRRRRRR! Are you singing now? I love a good Christmas movie, and a Christmas movie on Disney+? It’s the best of the best in my book. I love that all these movies are free with your Disney+ subscription (and there are some really great NEW to Disney+ additions this year). In fact, there are enough for a full 25 Days of Christmas countdown. So this? My list of 25 Christmas Movies on Disney+ to watch this holiday season (not counting Soul which releases on Christmas Day).
25 Days of Christmas Disney+: The Ultimate Watch Guide
Mickey’s Christmas Carol: This animated version of the classic holiday story is told by all your favorite Disney characters, and is a great version for kids! Lydia loves it.
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas: This animated movie features three shorter Christmas stories and all your favorite Disney characters….perfect for watching all at once or one at a time!
Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas: This is the sequel to Once Upon a Christmas, and shares five more animated Christmas stories.
Noelle: You guys know I’m a Noelle superfan. This adorable Disney Plus original stars Anna Kendrick as Kris Kringle’s daughter. It was released on Disney Plus launch day and it’s a MUST watch over the holidays again this year.
The Muppet Christmas Carol: An absolute classic. Who doesn’t love the Muppets? I love love love this one.
Home Alone: It’s a holiday classic. And a whole lot funnier to watch as an adult…..if you haven’t watched in a few years, add this one to your playlist.
Olaf’s Frozen Adventure: You guys know how much we love all the Frozen movies (we even have a full Frozen Disney+ Watchlist). This short? Shows Olaf exploring holiday traditions and it’s SO CUTE.
Frozen: While we are at it…..it’s snow and ice season, so this? A must watch.
Frozen 2: Ok, so Frozen 2 isn’t technically during winter (this movie takes place during Fall)….but Elsa is the queen of ice…..so I’m designating it as a holiday movie.
Arendelle Castle Yule Log: Yes, seriously. There’s an actual Arendelle Yule Log and it’s amazing.
The Santa Clause: Tim Allen is……hysterical in this old school holiday movie classic. When Santa falls off Scott Calvin’s roof…..he has to…..take over.
Santa Clause 2: The follow up? Even funnier now that Scott has taken over duties and needs a Mrs Claus ASAP.
The Chronicles of Narnia: You can watch all of the Narnia films (perfect for a Christmas day movie marathon).
A Christmas Carol: This classic version of the Christmas Carol is a must watch over the holidays….it’s great!
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas: Christmas for Belle and the Beast? A must watch! Plus, Belle’s dress is almost better than the classic yellow one!
The Wonderful World of Disney Magical Holiday Celebration: Can’t make it to Disneyland or Disneyworld this holiday season, us neither. This special shows decorations and performances at both parks!
LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special (releases November 17, 2020): Got a Star Wars fan? This wacky special is going to be a must watch.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special (releases December 11, 2020): this special will feature the series regulars sharing songs, holiday traditions from their families and even New Year’s Resolutions.
Snowglobe: In this cheesy holiday classic, Christina Milian wants to have THE perfect Christmas. Don’t we all? She is given a snow globe that transports her to a land where every day is Christmas…..and it’s……magic.
‘Twas the Night: Ever wondered what it was like to take Santa’s sleigh out for a joy ride?
The Ultimate Christmas Present: The story of two teenage girls who want to make snow in…..Los Angeles.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas:Jonathan Taylor Thomas (yup seriously) stars in this back in the day gem about a college student who goes home for Christmas.
Babes in Toyland: This is a must watch classic.
Miracle on 34th Street: My own family watches this every year on Thanksgiving to REALLY get into the Christmas spirit. I love it so much!