Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail is one of the iconic free holiday attractions at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida during this time of the year. With the second consecutive year in a row, the Christmas Tree Trail has become bigger and better than the last season. From 25 elaborate Christmas Trees based on Disney themed movies to exclusive holiday treats, from shops featuring the signature Disney ornaments to a chance to meet Santa, Disney Springs has done everything to make your holidays magical at this time of year. Not only this, Santa’s Chalet is located at the end of the trail where you can experience the snow and music.
If you have any Christmas Tree goals this year for your home, Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail extravaganza will definitely leave you spellbound!
Spoiler alert: As this post is Disney Springs Tree Trail photo tour, please don’t send me the hate messages later that I spoiled your surprise!
Frozen Christmas Tree
On the Frozen Christmas Tree, you’ll find Sven, snowflakes, glowing ice-details and carrots.
The Jungle Book Christmas Tree
The Jungle Book Christmas Tree has a lot of bananas and other fruits giving the vibes of a forest.
Cinderella Christmas Tree
Cinderella Christmas tree has a lot of pumpkins, her glass-slipper as a tree topper and a few clocks.
Beauty & The Beast Christmas Tree
The Beauty & the Beast Christmas tree features the yellow color from the Belle’s dress and Beast’s coat. The branches were nestled with books, chocolates, candles and roses.
The Little Mermaid Christmas Tree
I loved King Triton’s trident as a tree topper over The Little Mermaid Tree.
Pinocchio Christmas Tree
The branches of the Pinocchio Christmas tree has Pinocchio’s hat, violin and the Blue Fairy’s wand.
Alice in Wonderland Christmas Tree
The Alice in Wonderland Christmas Tree has many cards, Mad Hatter’s hat and the White Rabbit’s pocket watch.
Sleeping Beauty Christmas Tree
Sleeping Beauty Christmas Tree has a spinning wheel, yarn, Maleficent’s sceptre and even nods to the fairies.
Peter Pan Christmas Tree
Peter Pan Christmas Tree features Tinker Bell, Wendy’s bow, John’s hat and Michael’s bear.
Star Wars Christmas Tree
Being a Star Wars nerd, its one of my favorite Christmas Trees that has droids, Jawas and progs. Even the lightsaber tree topper is just splendid.
Haunted Mansion Christmas Tree
The striking feature of the famous Haunted Mansion Tree is its centerpiece — Constance the ghostly, pearl-wearing serial bride. The tree also features Madame Leota’s headstone, and cobwebs galore. I bet it would be the most dramatic Christmas Tree you have ever seen! I think Haunted Mansion’s fan will appreciate it but I couldn’t sleep with this kind of tree in my house!
Robin Hood Christmas Tree
Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men will be there to wish you an oo-de-lally holly jolly Christmas.
Toy Story Christmas Tree
The Toy Story Christmas Tree is decorated with colorful chains that remind of Toy Story Land.
Dumbo Christmas Tree
Dumbo Christmas Tree has many cute and colorful circus details.
101 Dalmatians Christmas Tree
On 101 Dalmatian Christmas Tree, you’ll notice bones, dog-collars, one hand of Cruella de Vil as a tree topper. Don’t forget to notice the cute pup resting beneath the tree.
Disney Villians Christmas Tree
At Disney Villians tree, I could spot a few magic spells books & Ursula tentacles.
I hope you enjoyed this photo tour. Overall, I had a great time at Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail. I didn’t go to meet Santa as I’m too old for him. Instead, I did my Black Friday shopping! If you’re heading to Central Florida this holiday season or live near vicinity, you must stop at Disney Springs for few hours and enjoy the free festivities of the season. If you’re planning to visit during the weekends, try to reach early to beat the crowd and find a parking.
The operating hours of Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail are from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and will be in place through Jan. 6, 2019.
Do share your experience if you’ve been to Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail this season? If not, tell me about one of your favorite Christmas trees from above?
Till then, Happy Wandering!
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