Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

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Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

If you do anything this holiday season you have to at least visit Disney Springs at Walt Disney World where you will be celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs all throughout the outdoor market space!

There is always so much to see and do throughout Disney Springs on a regular day, but when you add Christmas into the mix you are transported into a winter wonderland.  However, our top place to visit is the Christmas Tree Trail!  The Disney Imagineers out-do themselves every year and just when we think they ran out of ideas, they add another tree design!

Christmas Tree Trail

This year, the Christmas Tree Trail features all-new trees to the line-up, starting with The Lion King!  As a nod to the animated, Broadway, and new live-action all in one, guests can pick out many iconic characters throughout the tree.  This tree is then topped with a tree topper that we need to go on our trees at home, Rafiki’s hands holding up baby Simba.  We are in love!

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Also added this year to the trail is an Aladdin tree.  Just like all of the other trees, this tree also features many iconic characters found throughout the films.  Plus, this tree features its very own Magic Carpet!

Lastly, guests can take part in many activities featuring the new film, “Noelle” which debuted on Disney+.  Don’t panic if you can’t make it to the trail before Christmas, the trail will be open until January 5, 2020, allowing plenty of time to make to Disney where they are celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs.

Merchandise

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Debuting at The Elforium, there is an all-new collection of Christmas Tree Trail merchandise which includes t-shirts, postcards, luggage tags, tumblers and more featuring the posters that can be found throughout the Christmas Tree Trail.   Plus, guests can stop by The Art of Disney and visit the Print on Demand kiosk where select poster designs are available to purchase as prints.

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Guests can also bring a piece of the Christmas Tree Trail home to their own holiday decor!  Select ornaments featured on the trees can be purchased to bring home!  In addition, there’s also an impressive collection of ornaments available, including some that can be personalized.

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Noelle Kringle’s Cafe & The Egg Noggery

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Did you become hungry while celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs on the Christmas Tree Trail? Head over to Noelle Kringle’s Café featuring classic snacks like popcorn and Mickey pretzels along with festive sweets such as Mrs. Claus’ Churro Bites with Peppermint Chocolate Sauce. Also available at the Noelle Kringle’s Cafe is an adorable refillable souvenir popcorn buckets featuring the popular Mickey Christmas Tree and Snowman designs while supplies last.  The Egg Noggery is located just next door providing plenty of drinks to help quench your thirst.   Guests can purchase the “Claus-mo,” “Florida Yule,” “Winter Wonderland” and “Thank Garland Frozen Hot Chocolate” to help celebrate your festivities!

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Noelle Photo Opportunity and Dance Party

If you are in love with the new “Noelle” Christmas movie featured on Disney+ as much as we are then you will love the new photo op and dance party. Guests can take an adorable photo with Noelle and Nick Kringle near the exit of the Christmas Tree Trail before busting a move with a DJ Dance Party from 7-11 p.m. daily located near EARL OF SANDWICH.

Celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs with these Treats & Trees

Will you be celebrating Christmas at Disney Springs this year?  We know we will be there!

Source: Disney Parks Blog


Jessica Jones