‘Tis the season to be jolly at Disney Parks and Resorts! The holiday season is in full swing at Disney Parks and Resorts, and Walt Disney World is decking the halls to prepare for the most wonderful time of the year. Disney Springs announced on Twitter that the annual Christmas Tree Trail will return to Walt Disney World Resort from November 8 through January 6, and we can’t wait to see what this year’s trees have in store.
The @DisneySprings Christmas Tree Trail debuts tomorrow featuring over 25 custom-decorated trees inspired by Disney classics, holiday music, falling snow and more—re-tweet if you'll be joining us!?❄️?✨ pic.twitter.com/nelTDn5p8m
— Disney Springs (@DisneySprings) November 7, 2018
The Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs is what Walt Disney World declares a “marketplace miracle,” a walkthrough entertainment experience where guests can capture one-of-a-kind photo opportunities. While all of Disney Springs is decorated with seasonal garland and lights, the Christmas Tree Trail is a unique, immersive experience that provides guests with holiday cheer year after year. The Christmas Tree Trail illuminated the Marketplace area of Disney Springs daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., featuring holiday music, falling snow, and festive trees themed to various Disney characters.
Guests can begin their Christmas Tree Trail walkthrough at the Once Upon a Toy store in the Disney Springs Marketplace. Throughout the trail, 27 fully decorated trees are on display, featuring the following themes:
- Alice in Wonderland
- Beauty and the Beast
- Disney Springs
- Disney Villains
- Haunted Mansion
- The Jungle Book
- The Little Mermaid
- Mary Poppins
- Mickey & Minnie Mouse
- The Muppets
- 101 Dalmatians
- Peter Pan
- The Princess and the Frog
- Robin Hood
- Sleeping Beauty
- Snow White
- Star Wars
- Toy Story
- Walt Disney World Theme Parks
Food and beverage kiosks and merchandise stands can also be found throughout the Christmas Tree Trail, making the attraction an immersive holiday experience of festive sights and bites.
WATCH THE BEST THEMED TREES FROM THE 2017 CHRISTMAS TREE TRAIL:
The Christmas Tree Trail is just one of the many holiday offerings available this season at Disney Springs. The shopping and entertainment district at Walt Disney World Resort features numerous holiday attractions, food menus, and activities this season. Guests can meet Santa Claus at Santa’s Chalet, just outside the entrance to the Christmas Tree Trail, from November 8 through December 24 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. PhotoPass services will be available to take pictures of you and your loved ones at this holiday meet and greet location.
And for the sleuths in your family, Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt invites guests on a merry mission to find Stitch hidden throughout various Disney Springs locations. Guests can pick up a guidebook and follow along to find Stitch, collecting a prize at six redemption locations. Check out more information and locations for Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt here.
Walt Disney World Resort offers exclusive, one-of-a-kind holiday experiences through the duration of the season. With the theme parks and resorts decorated for the holidays (including massive Christmas trees in each park), exclusive holiday photo opportunities, and seasonal menu offerings, Walt Disney World has everything you need to celebrate the holidays. Click here for more information on what’s in store for the holiday season at Walt Disney World Resort.
What Disney Springs holiday attraction are you most excited for?