Have some Jolly Holiday fun at the Christmas Tree Stroll in Disney Springs
Guests visiting Walt Disney World this holiday season can enjoy some jolly holiday fun at the Christmas Tree Stroll in Disney Springs. From November 11 through December 30, 2022, discover a collection of elaborately decorated Christmas trees throughout Disney Springs! The Christmas Tree Stroll features over 18 different trees that you won’t want to miss.
Before you start the stroll, you’ll want to pick up a map! Maps are available at City Works Eatery & Pour House, Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers, The Boathouse, Planet Hollywood, and UNIQLO. The map comes with stickers for you to mark each tree’s location on the map. Be prepared for lots of walking! The trees are found from one end of Disney Springs to the other.
The Town Center Tree is a gorgeous gold and glittering tree! It sparkles in the sunlight and will look stunning at night.
The Sphere Tree doesn’t have one bit of greenery. It is a modern-looking tree made out of gold and white spheres.
The Once Upon a Toy Tree is a large, amazing tree that you’ll need to take your time looking at. There are so many wonderful touches that will bring out the kid in you.
The Disney+ tree is full of glowing blue and silver ornaments and is topped with a blue Disney+ tree topper.
Disney World Annual Passholders get their own tree! This Passholder tree is decked out with Passholder magnets and encircled with a monorail. Mickey’s likeness can be seen at the top.
The Coco Tree is decked out with phrases and scenes from the animated film. It is a stunning and touching Christmas tree.
This year there is a Black Panther Tree that is just amazing. A glowing black panther in the middle of the tree reaches out with its black claws. The base of the tree shows landscapes and people. The top of the tree is adorned with a gold tower.
Another tree we absolutely love is the Encanto Tree. The tree is so colorful and bright with butterflies and exotic flowers bringing it to life.
What is the holiday season without Frozen? This Frozen tree is covered in snowflakes, Sven ornaments, and even some carrots!
Get transported back to the 80’s at the Guardians of the Galaxy Tree. Starlord himself could’ve decorated this tree. The tree is decked out with cassette tapes, walkmans, and futuristic baubles.
The 999 happy haunts have come together to decorate the Haunted Mansion Tree. Bride Constance Hatchaway graces this lovely tree complete with candelabras and other assorted haunted menageries.
There are no worries at the Lion King Tree! It is decorated with natural materials and beautifully carved ornamentals, toucans and wooden lion masks. And at the very top sits baby Simba.
The next tree is an homage to our favorite mice! The Mickey & Minnie Tree has gold, red, and white decorations. Red and white polka dot poinsettias, golden ornaments, and red bells adorn this beautiful tree.
Make way! The Moana Tree is sure to inspire you to become a voyager. Beautiful tropical touches can be seen throughout the tree. Moana’s boat is surrounded by a sea of blue netting and you can’t miss Hei Hei peeking out of the tree.
Is The Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie? Either way, the film has its own tree! The tree is covered in all kinds of creepy and fun touches from the movie.
You’ll feel like you’re in the Bayou at The Princess and the Frog Tree. The decorations feature vivid purple, green, and gold colors along with touches from New Orleans.
Raya & the Last Dragon has a tree this year! Glittery dragons encircle the branches throughout the tree and you can see Raya’s pals peeking out beneath Raya’s straw hat.
The Star Wars Tree is a mix of the Light Side and the Dark Side. Jawas and Storm Troopers can be seen in the tree along with Star Fighter ornaments. C-3PO can be seen waving at the top of the tree.
The Toy Story Tree features some of your favorite childhood toys. Woody’s badge a couple of rockets and some little green men adorn this tree. The Christmas Angel Kitty sits at the top.
There is one tree that hasn’t made an appearance yet. The elves are putting the finishing touches on the Make-A-Wish Tree and it will be coming soon.
The Christmas Tree Stroll at Disney Springs is a festive, free activity that you won’t want to miss this holiday season!
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