As the ongoing coronavirus pandemic forces people to stay at home, Disneyland Resort in California is showing Magic Happens parade videos over the internet.

With the aim of sprinkling a little “virtual pixie dust” on living rooms and home offices of Disney fans while the theme park is closed, these professionally produced 8-minute videos showcase the Magic Happens parade.

Views can enjoy watching floats with Disney characters from the most iconic stories, including Cinderella, Frozen, Coco, Moana, Sleeping Beauty, Sword in the Stone and the Princess and Frog. The floats are led by Mickey Mouse.

The Magic Happens parade had been performing along Main Street U.S.A for just two weeks when Disneyland closed on March 14 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The videos of the Magic Happens parade were inspired by the #HomemadeDisney attraction made by Disney enthusiasts as they stay at home during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown.

In a blog about the new virtual viewing, Disney Parks wrote: ““We know Disney fans are searching for ways to bring magic and joy into their everyday lives and we’ve loved seeing some of you recreate your favorite Disney Parks experiences in your very own living rooms.

“In fact, you’ve inspired us to share #DisneyMagicMoments for you and your family, to enjoy at home.”