by Marissa Potts
Take a stroll through Disney Springs and take in the sights and smells of the Holidays with this free event! Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll is a fun activity for the whole family to partake in this holiday season.
Christmas Tree Stroll
The Christmas Tree Stroll takes place any day and time that Disney Springs is open, from November 11 to December 30 this year. The goal of this event is to find every themed Christmas tree throughout Disney Springs! The best part about this event is that there is no cost and it can be done completely at your own pace! Simply get a map from any of the stores or locations with a sign outside marking it as Map Distributor.
Some of the locations are City Works Eatery & Pour House, Crystal Arts by Arribas Bros, The Boathouse, Planet Hollywood, and UNIQLO.
These stores will have maps which allow you to see where the trees are located, and have stickers inside to mark the ones that you find! It’s seriously so much fun to spot the tree in the distance and try to guess which one it could be as you get closer. They are all so incredibly themed and detailed as well!
TREE INSPIRED BY ENCANTO
ANNUAL PASSHOLDER TREE
TREE INSPIRED BY THE HAUNTED MANSION
TREE INSPIRED BY PRINCESS AND THE FROG
TREE INSPIRED BY COCO
Some of the themes for different Christmas trees are Star Wars, Moana, Nightmare Before Christmas and Coco, with some seen above. But, there are over 20 trees in all so I’ll leave some themes a surprise!
Holidays at Disney Springs
Another great part about the Christmas Tree Stroll is that there is so much to look at everywhere you travel in search of the trees. Disney Springs is full of holiday decorations, window displays, and even some “snow” this time of year! We also enjoyed the characters that were out and wandering around, like snowflake ice skaters and nutcrackers.
If you’re feeling hungry and need a break at some point during your stroll, there are plenty of options to partake in. For holiday offerings, check out Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Amorette’s Patisserie, and The Boathouse, among others. Each of these have special holiday offerings that you can only get this time of year! I highly recommend the Christmas Old Fashioned from The Boathouse, and the Milk and Cookies at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar!
This time of the year can be expensive for families, so we hope you enjoy this free holiday event at Disney Springs! The whole family will love looking at the decorations that make each tree unique, and I bet every family member will have a favorite! In the Springs, “snow” is glistening!
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