Disney Christmas from the Transportation and Ticket Center

2020 Christmas from the TTC Scene 4

One of my favorite things to do on each trip I make to Disney World is visit the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC). The reason I do this is I usually don't have a park pass for the day I arrive, so I go enjoy a dinner at one of the monorail resorts, and then watch the fireworks while at the TTC. They pump the music to there so you get to listen while seeing the fireworks without being in the park.

The photo you see above is one that I took before the fireworks started during a Christmas trip in 2020. It was the first year they were using the projections instead of using the magical Dream/Ice lights on Cinderella's Castle. There are four different projections that rotate ever 15-minutes, so you can see each of them ever hour of the night. This one is the 4th projection, and it is my favorite.

Each time the projection changes, the spotlights also change, and during this first year when they were not doing fireworks shows, they did do a brief burst of fireworks right at the moment the projections changed. 

As you can see from this vantage point, you can see the Magic Kingdom Train Station, the top of the Christmas Tree, and of course, Cinderella's Castle. 

The projections they use on Cinderella's Castle look absolutely amazing. They are not as magical as the Dreamlights were, but I certainly can't complain about how fantastic these look. 

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