It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Disney Springs! The best spot for Holiday gift shopping has officially been mistletoe-struck and is showing signs of irresistible merchandise. Whether you’re shopping for little ones, a mate, or just looking to enjoy some yuletide decor, Disney Springs at Walt Disney World is a must-stop location for every family in the Orlando area.
In the World of Disney store, guests will find lots of Christmas-themed gear and gifts. The Yuletide Farmhouse collection is a new plaid line featuring Mickey and the gang: outfits and accessories for the whole family. If mouse ears for the parks are needed, holiday choices include Gingerbread Mice (Mickey and Minnie) Ears as well as Peppermint Ears. Holiday mugs and travel cups abound, with this year’s favorite slated to be the light-up snowman tumbler. Of course, there are plenty of other gifts and souvenirs, including plush toys, advent calendars, pet outfits, and even a Jack Skellington Nutcracker, but to see it all one needs to see it for themselves! There’s so much great merchandise this year! To get a jump-start on shopping before heading to Disney Springs, visitors can check out DisneySprings.com which has a limited gift guide for convenience.
As of Friday, November 8th, the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail is open to visitors. If guests choose only one activity at the Springs during the holiday season, this must be it. Tree themes include ”Aladdin, ” ”Toy Story, ” ”Haunted Mansion, ” ”Walt Disney World Theme Parks, ” and many many more! With a DJ Dance Party nightly from 7 to 11 PM, this is a truly unmissable experience for the whole family.
Other great Christmas activities, especially for those with children, include a visit with Santa inside the Christmas Tree Trail (11 AM to 11 PM now through December 24th, with mobile check-in available), Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt: a scavenger hunt with a map and 12 different spots to search for clues, and a special holiday kids activity occurring near Earl of Sandwich daily from 3 to 7 PM now through January 5th, 2020.
There are so many great things to see and do at Disney Springs during this Christmas season. Whether it’s shopping or a day out with family, a gift for a loved one or a splurge for yourself, the magic of the holidays and Disney combined make for incredible memories.
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