It’s official: over 1 Million Walt Disney World guests have walked the Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs this holiday season.
2019 is the fourth consecutive year Disney Springs has hosted the holiday spectacle, and it is by far the biggest. So far, the trail has experienced 500 hours of snowfall, 23,000 holiday treats served, and 166,000 Santa photos captured by Disney PhotoPass.
Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail
Beginning in 2016, this new Disney holiday tradition begins in early November and runs through the new year. Take a break from the shopping at Disney Springs to take a magical walk through an enchanting Christmas tree display as snaux gently falls around you. The trail features over 20 different trees, each boasting a different Disney theme. This year, those themes included:
- Walt Disney World Theme Parks
- Mickey & Minnie Mouse
- Beauty & the Beast
- Sleeping Beauty
- The Princess & The Frog
- The Little Mermaid
- Haunted Mansion
- Snow White
- Toy Story
- Disney Villains
- Star Wars
- Peter Pan
- The Lion King
- Mary Poppins
You can also stop along the trail to take pictures with Santa Claus. But, the big man will be leaving for the season on December 24. Apparently, he has something important to do that night. The Christmas trees, on the other hand, will remain at Disney Springs through New Year’s until January 5, 2020.
The Christmas Tree Trail is open from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. It is suitable for all ages and it is wheelchair/ECV accessible. It is also the place to find merchandise for Disney+’s original holiday film, Noelle.
The best part? You can enjoy access to the Christmas Tree Trail and all of the shopping and dining experiences without having to purchase an admission ticket!
Did you get the chance to explore the Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs this year or any of the years before? What would you recommend to someone looking to walk the trail for the first time? Let us know in the comments!