The Disney Springs 2017 Christmas Tree Trail opened this weekend and we were on hand to explore this year’s display. The trail now features 25 Christmas trees, Santa’s Chalet, Falling Snow, and a Food, Beverage and Holiday Merchandise Kiosk. Here is our photo tour of this year’s Christmas Tree Trail.
Each tree holds a lantern, with an ornament representative of each tree’s theme, within its boughs.
The 25 Christmas Trees feature Classic Disney Movies and Characters. Here is a side-by-side comparison as to what they look like during the day and the evening:
First and foremost is the fun-loving duo of Mickey and Minnie Tree.
At the entrance to the trail, across from Mickey and Minnie,is a tree filled with ornaments listing all of the Disney Shops and Restaurants.
Mickey’s Pal Pluto is certainly feeling the love this year with his very own tree. He is also the featured 2017 Holiday Popcorn Bucket that fans are raving about.
The Princess and the Frog Tree boasts the signature colors of purple, green and gold from the movie.
See if you can find the Spindle Wheel, Maleficent’s Wand, and Flora, Fauna and Merryweather’s Hats on Princess Aurora’s Sleeping Beauty Tree.
Cinderella’s Tree is a must-see during the evening hours as the Glass Slipper glows atop this beautiful tree.
Can you find at least twenty “thingamabobs” on The Little Mermaid Tree?
Pinocchio’s Tree highlights his hat with feather as the topper, thus providing a new twist on the idea of a Tree Topper.
You’ll definitely be seeing Spots after checking out the 101 Dalmations Tree!
What movie or Holiday would be complete without a Villain or two? The Disney Villains Tree was the most popular, with people lined up to get photos, throughout the evening.
Sorcerer Mickey’s Fantasia Tree boasts clear bubbles and adorable mushrooms. What other representations from the movie can you find?
Robin Hood’s Tree displays a Wanted Poster, Ukelele and King Richard’s Crown as the Tree Topper.
The Dumbo Tree is one of our personal favorites. We love the Dumbo Ears Ornament and the Train at the top of the Tree with Dumbo’s Ears, Hat and Trunk.
Be sure to stop for a moment to admire the glowing lanterns placed strategically throughout the Tangled Tree. They are mesmerizing!
The Peter Pan Tree is another one that must be seen at night. This is when you will truly be able to identify the Pixie Dust Trail, along the branches of the tree, that Peter has left on his journey to Neverland.
For a bit of added fun, see if you can help Peter find his Shadow.
Experiment 626 aka “Stitch” is showing off some ornament props from his movie.
The Jungle Book Tree is hiding some frightening friends and flavorful fruits in the boughs of its own holiday tree.
Look carefully to find some of your favorite Muppets Characters hidden within this quirky tree.
The Mulan Tree features lovely Japanese Fans and symbolic Ornaments.
Try to spot the Magic Mirror, the Poison Apple and the Animal Friends within the Snow White Tree.
With Frozen Fractals swirling all around you in the form of Florida winter bubble snow, the Frozen Tree is sure to put you into the Spirit of the Winter Holidays!
How many Red Roses can you find on the Beauty and the Beast Tree? Belle and Beast are looking very Dapper as they dance within the lantern placed on their tree.
The Mary Poppins Tree Topper is magnficient with the Umbrella, Kite, Penguin and Carousel. She has also left spoonfuls of sugar for anyone needing assistance with their medicine going down.
As we would expect, the Alice in Wonderland Tree is a bit wacky and a whole lot of whimsical. Look for the tea cups, the Mad Hatter’s Hat, and the giant cards.
The Holiday Tree at the very end of the Trail holds 100’s of ornaments that you will find available for purchase specifically in The Days of Christmas Shop.
The Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs has grown signficantly in comparison to its debut last year. The Trail now has a food and beverage kiosk with a gift shop, Fun and Fanciful Snowflakes painted and projected onto the walkway and posters along the fences to enhance the theming of the Trees. You can also meet Santa in his Chalet along the way! The Disney Springs 2017 Christmas Tree Trail has something for everyone. “Tis the Season to have jolly family fun. Gather up your family members and head down to meander through this year’s Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs.
See our full walk-through video here:
Will you be visiting the 2017 Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs this Season?
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