The holidays are right around the corner, and Walt Disney World Resort is preparing with all things holly jolly! Over at Magic Kingdom Park, Guests are preparing to enjoy the special-ticketed event, Disney Very Merriest After Hours. EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays is putting together the final touches, along with the return of the beloved Candlelight Processional. Plus, the list of tantalizing treats at Disney Parks is extremely impressive. It’s going to be a joyous season at Disney World! Of course, what’s a Disney holiday without checking out a magical Gingerbread House or two? Well, Gingerbread Houses are making a return to Disney World’s Resort. Here’s where to find them!
Disney Parks Blog shared the exciting news that “Disney pastry chefs have been busy creating gingerbread masterpieces to get us all in the holiday spirit!” Here are the locations and dates to see the “edible marvels” below.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Lobby
Disney announces, “This stunning life-size storybook gingerbread house with “cinnamon clouds” puffing from the chimney is beautifully decorated with white chocolate candy canes, edible snowflakes, and sugar poinsettias. Treats for sale include house-made Gingerbread Houses and Gingerbread Ornaments.” The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Gingerbread House will be available between November 10 and January 1.
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
The life-size spinning carousel holiday tradition is back at Disney’s Beach Club Resort! Disney says, “The Little Mermaid is the theme with hand-painted holiday characters, handcrafted gingerbread shingles, and fondant snowflakes. And don’t forget to pop over to the Yacht Club lobby and see the adorable holiday village with a miniature train.” Disney’s Beach Club gingerbread carousel will be available for Guests to see between November 1 and January 2.
EPCOT – The American Adventure Rotunda
Last, but not least, this gingerbread experience is not at a Disney Resort, but at a Disney Park. EPCOT’s American Adventure Gingerbread display is back! Disney shares, “The EPCOT pastry chefs have recreated the Lincoln Memorial and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in miniature edible versions along with The American Adventure building and an EPCOT Festival Holiday Kitchen.” EPCOT – The American Adventure Rotunda will be available between November 26 and December 30.
Which of these three gingerbread marvels are you most looking forward to seeing this Christmas season?