Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays started this weekend. The festival brings many forms of seasonal entertainment to the theme park, including Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Christmas Tree Spree. This is a fun scavenger hunt for guests to play while traveling through World Showcase.
Playing this Christmas scavenger hunt is a good way to pass the time while you wait for seeing the Candlelight Processional, or if you’re working on trying all the cookies on the Cookie Stroll. The game’s theme is about Chip ‘n’ Dale gathering up holiday items in each country to add to their Christmas tree. There are eleven (11) Christmas wreaths to find and each country in World Showcase has one.
Look everywhere! Because the Christmas wreathes are hidden fairly well. Some of them are indoors and some are on the outside of buildings. The best advice to keep in mind is to look in places where you think a Christmas wreath might be normally hung. The stickers that come with the map represent each wreath and features Chip or Dale (or both) holding a Christmas ornament. Once you find all the wreaths and identify their locations, then you can go claim a special prize.
This scavenger hunt is similar to the other two seasonal games Epcot offers for Easter and Food & Wine Festival. These scavenger hunts are similar in nature and you can claim your prize when you complete your map.
Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Christmas Tree Spree is optional for guests and costs $6.99 plus tax to play. It is eligible for AP discount. You can purchase your game map at Disney Traders, Gateway Gifts, or World Traveler at International Gateway. To claim your prize, then bring the completed game map back to any of these store locations. The scavenger hunt is available while supplies last until December 31, 2019.
There are three Christmas ornaments offered as prizes and you can choose one of them to bring home. The Christmas ornaments are Chip ‘n’ Dale, Mickey & Minnie Mouse, and Figment with Spaceship Earth. Which one will you pick? They make a nice addition to a Christmas Tree!
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