The frosty, fantastical world of â€œFrozenâ€ adds a special twinkle to Walt Disney World Resort this holiday season. Starting in early November and through the merriest weeks that follow, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna add their special royal touch as the Florida Vacation Kingdom delights guests with yuletide traditions and holiday cheer. Fans of the most popular animated motion picture of all time will have a sleigh-full of â€œFrozenâ€ entertainment choices. And the wintry wonder and magic of the season extends to the high seas with special entertainment offerings aboard the ships of Disney Cruise Line. Hereâ€™s a look around at the holiday cheer awaiting Disney guests: Magic Kingdom Queen Elsa from â€œFrozenâ€ Transforms Cinderella Castle Nightly Beginning Nov. 5: New this year, Queen Elsa from â€œFrozenâ€ will use her incredible powers to transform Cinderella Castleinto a glistening ice palace for the holidays â€” thanks to a special effects spectacle bathing the castle in 200,000 shimmering white lights. Magic Kingdom guests are treated nightly to the dramatic â€œCastle Dream Lightsâ€ celebration and â€œA Frozen Holiday Wishâ€ stage show. Entertainment, Fireworks and More: Santaâ€™s elves have transformed Magic Kingdom into a winter wonderland with festive wreaths, bows, garland, sparkling lights, parades and towering Christmas trees. The fun includes Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season nighttime fireworks spectacular, plus live entertainment with Disney characters all dressed up for the holidays. Mickeyâ€™s Very Merry Christmas Party: On select nights from Nov. 7 â€“ Dec. 19, 2014, guests with tickets to this special event, after park hours, can enjoy for the first time Princess Anna, Queen Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf from â€œFrozenâ€ joining the festive procession, â€œMickeyâ€™s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade,â€ along with a flurry of skiers and ice cutters from the Kingdom of Arendelle. Mickeyâ€™s Very Merry Christmas Party presents a night of holiday splendor with lively stage shows featuring Disney characters in their holiday best, a unique holiday parade and favorite holiday traditions including complimentary cookies and hot cocoa, and snow flurries on Main Street, U.S.A. The fun continues with a holiday â€œCelebrate the Magicâ€ castle projection show and Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season nighttime fireworks spectacular. Tickets for this event may be purchased online at WaltDisneyWorld.com or by calling 407/WDW- 7679. From Dec. 20-31, â€œMickeyâ€™s Once Upon a Christmastime Paradeâ€ is presented to day guests in the park in place of Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade. Jungle Cruise Goes â€˜Jingle Cruise': For the holiday season, the iconic Jungle Cruise will temporarily transform into â€œJingle Cruiseâ€ for Magic Kingdom guests with festive decor in the attraction queue and boathouse, holiday names for the Jungle Cruise boats and a slew of seasonal jokes from the Skippers. This seasonal takeover of the attraction debuts Nov. 7 in Adventureland. Hollywood Studios â€œFrozenâ€: For the first time for the holidays and continuing indefinitely, guests at Disneyâ€™s Hollywood Studios can sing along to â€œFrozenâ€ songs with Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, Kristoff and the Royal Historians of Arendelle daily during â€œFor the First Time in Forever â€“ a â€˜Frozenâ€™ Sing-Along Celebrationâ€ inside Premiere Theater. Close to the theater and also inspired by the film as the little log cabin in the mountains, Wandering Oakenâ€™s Trading Post & Frozen Snowground invites guests to shop for â€œFrozenâ€ merchandise and invites them to enjoy a large play area with real snow. The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights: This massive seasonal display features millions of dancing lights, plus animated displays and 3-D effects perfectly synchronized to electrifying holiday tunes amidst snowfall. The rich tradition takes place on the Streets of America, dazzling guests from November 7, 2014 â€“ January 4, 2015. EPCOT Candlelight Processional is one of the most beloved holiday traditions Walt Disney World Resort, with the joyous retelling of the Christmas story by a celebrity narrator, accompanied by a 50-piece orchestra and glorious mass choir. Among new celebrity narrators this year is Jonathan Groff, who voiced the rugged mountain man Kristoff in â€œFrozen.â€ Candlelight performances are at 5, 6:45 and 8:15 p.m. at America Gardens Theatre. Jodi Benson 11/28 â€“ 11/29 Neil Patrick Harris 11/30 â€“ 12/2 Jonathan Groff NEW! 12/3 â€“ 12/4 Whoopi Goldberg 12/5 â€“ 12/6 LeVar Burton 12/7* â€“ 12/9 Edward James Olmos 12/10 â€“ 12/11 Joe Morton NEW! 12/12 â€“ 12/14 Chita Rivera 12/15 â€“ 12/17 Ana Gasteyer NEW! 12/18 â€“ 12/20 Marlee Matlin 12/21 â€“ 12/23 Isabella Rossellini 12/24 â€“ 12/25 Blair Underwood 12/26 â€“ 12/27 Steven Curtis Chapman 12/28 â€“ 12/30 Please note that narrators are subject to change without notice. *Show times on December 7 are 6:45 and 8:15 p.m. only Guests may purchase Candlelight Dining Packages to reserve a seat at the Candlelight Processional. These packages, available on select nights, include a delicious meal, a guaranteed seat for one of the Candlelight Processional performances and a pre-arranged location for fireworks viewing. Guests may call 407.WDW DINE for reservations or atwww.disneyworld.com. Availability is limited. JOYFUL! A Gospel Celebration of the Season blends the soulful expressiveness of Gospel and inspirational music with the sounds of jazz, R&B and urban music daily from November 28 â€“ December 29 at the Future World Fountain Stage. The World Showcase Promenade comes alive with IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth that incorporates a unique finale celebrating the season with a special message of peace and good will nightly at 9:30 p.m. Other festive holiday offerings include the Gingerbread Village at The Land pavilion, which showcases sweet recreations of Walt Disney World Resortâ€™s theme park icons, plenty of holiday merchandise and food and beverage offerings around World Showcase, and guests can celebrate each countryâ€™s holiday traditions with storytellers and entertainment during Holidays Around the World: Canada â€“ The Canadian Holiday Voyageurs United Kingdom â€“ Father Christmas France â€“ PÃ¨re NoÃ«l Japan â€“ Story of the Daruma Doll and the Japanese customs of the New Year American Adventure â€“ Mr. & Mrs. Claus, Hanukkah traditions and Kwanzaa celebrations Italy â€“ La Befana, the kindhearted witch who grants gifts to good children Germany â€“ Helga and the story of the First Christmas tree and her first Nutcracker Norway â€” Sigrid and the story of Julenissen, the Christmas Gnome Downtown Disney & Walt Disney World Resort Hotels Starting in November, Festival of the Seasons returns to Downtown Disney with joyous holiday entertainment and festive dÃ©cor, as well as a meet and greet with the jolly man himself, Santa Claus. The Walt Disney World Resort hotels are all glittery for the season, as well, with merry dÃ©cor, gingerbread houses and more. Guests will find a sugary showcase of holiday displays throughout the magical resort hotels. From enhancing visual feasts created from all kinds of sweets to refreshing stops offering tasty beverages and treats, each display has its own charming features.