The Christmas Tree Trail is a Perfect Christmas Addition to Disney Springs

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This year, Disney Springs added a brand new attraction to its area for this holiday season.  Located at the very east end of the Marketplace where the bus stops used to be is the Christmas Tree Trail.  This is a simple walk through attraction featuring multiple Christmas trees each decorated to represent a specific Disney character or film.  It is completely free and a perfect attraction for the entire family.  When you walk through, they play a wide variety of Christmas songs and even make it snow from above!

Last night, we got to experience this great Christmas attraction and take photos of everything. While I’m not sure how popular this will prove to be as I haven’t seen it heavily advertised and it wasn’t very crowded when we walked through, I’m hoping all of that changes and this attraction returns for next year!

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As you can see, it’s been set up right in the old bus station parking lot.

We even found some great chalk drawings as we entered.

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Mickey and Minnie’s tree is very cute.

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The Villains’ tree has potion bottles on it, among many other fun details.

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Lilo & Stitch’s tree.  Notice the Elvis records and surf boards.

The Beauty and the Beast tree is very fun.  I especially liked the stain glass ornaments of the characters.

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The Little Mermaid’s is cute, but I felt could’ve had more to relate to the character or film.

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Cinderella’s tree is just as expected, pretty and elegant.

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The Princess and the Frog tree is very fun, but wasn’t getting much love.  I appreciated the colors and mini trumpets.

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The Mary Poppins one has great colored lights and perfect ornaments.  If you look up top, you’ll see the umbrella handles.

Frozen’s tree has a great ornament of Sven.

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The Jungle Book’s tree has a snake wrapped up in it, among many other great ornaments.

Mulan’s tree.  I loved the dragon climbing to the top.

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101 Dalmatians tree is perfection.

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Tangled’s tree has Rapunzel’s hair wrapped all around it, plus the lanterns and a few other details.

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The Muppets’ tree is fun, but honestly if there wasn’t a sign telling me it was theirs, I wouldn’t have been able to tell. dscn2557

And lastly is the Alice in Wonderland tree. Based on the original film, not Tim Burton’s (thank God), this is easily one of the better trees of the bunch.  Full of detailed ornaments related to the film and the white roses are even painted red!

Overall, the Christmas Tree Trail was very cute and a great addition to Disney Springs for the Christmas season.  Be sure to check it out when you visit over the next month!

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About Chris DiPaula

Creator of DiPaula on Disney: entertainment website dedicated to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, other Florida parks and activities, and other adventures. Co-creator and producer of Parks, Brews, and Geek News: an entertainment website dedicated to the Florida theme parks including Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando, movie & geek news, and food and brews. Chris DiPaula has been an avid theme park and amusement park goer since childhood and a die hard Disney fan for as long as he can remember. He is currently an active concierge Cast Member at Walt Disney World Resort and has worked for The Walt Disney Company since 2011. Previously, he worked for Busch Gardens Tampa and SeaWorld Orlando in the entertainment technician field as well.

Posted on November 23, 2016, in Walt Disney World and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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