Holiday Decorations Have Arrived At Epcot!

Holiday decorations Epcot

It’s officially Christmas time at Epcot! The park is all deck out in festive decorations ready for the holiday season!

We thought we might have to wait until November 27 when the Festival of the Holidays is starting to see some Christmas decor, but we are glad the park is all ready now.


Holiday decorations Epcot

Right before you get into the World Showcase, you will find a big Christmas tree full of ornaments in honor to the different pavilions.


Holiday decorations Epcot

Over at Mexico, you will find festive decorations in bright colors like pinks, purples and red!


Kringla Bakeri og Kafe is ready for the holidays with garland around the door and wreaths on its windows. The lampposts are also decorated with red bows, ornaments and Santa figures.


Looking like a little Christmas town, the Germany pavilion has garland hanging from the balconies and archways, as well as, wreaths hanging on the windows. They feature red ornaments and gold bows.


Holiday decorations Epcot

Via Napoli is also all decked for the holidays with festive garland decorated with poinsettia, colorful ornaments and gold ribbon.


Holiday decorations Epcot

Here you will find another Christmas tree decorated with red tinsel and USA bows.


Over at France you will be delighted with big ornaments featuring major landmarks of France like the Eiffel Tower surrounded by Christmas trees, the Arc de Triomphe and holiday snacks!


We loved the Christmas tea set, very fitting for the UK pavilion! We also spotted more garland wrapped around the lampposts decorated with the famous crackers, bows and festive figures.


In Canada, the Mill Stage is all christmasy now! The entrance of Le Cellier now features garland with ornaments, pine cones and plaid bows.

So next time you visit Epcot at Walt Disney World, make sure to check out the holiday decorations at each pavilion. You will find special details unique to each country!

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Ana Leal