The Christmas Trees of Disneyland Park

Erin Glover

by , Director, Publicity, Walt Disney Animation Studios

Merry Christmas from Disneyland park! Yesterday we shared a look at the trees of Cars Land in Disney California Adventure park, so I thought today would be the perfect time to show you a few from around Disneyland park.

Winne the Pooh's Christmas Tree at Disneyland Park

Winnie the Pooh has the sweetest tree in Critter Country, but watch out for honey bees!

A Precarious Christmas Tree at Splash Mountain at Disneyland Park

Not far down the trail, this precariously perched tree is marked “To: Brer Bear and Brer Fox; From: Brer Rabbit.” Well, it is the season of giving, I suppose …

Christmas Trees at Jingle Jangle Jamboree at Disneyland Park

Over at the Jingle Jangle Jamboree in Frontierland, the trees are decorated with rope and cowboy-themed ornaments.

Christmas Tree at Jingle Cruise at Disneyland Park

And one of my favorite new trees this year can be found over at the Jingle Cruise. When traditional trees are scarce, you’ve got to be resourceful!

Which is your favorite Christmas tree at Disneyland park?


  • All are beautiful but I just love the big tree in the center of Main Street!

  • I loved that Jingle Cruise tree and forgot to take a picture so thanks for sharing yours with us.

  • Thank you so much for this blog, Erin (and for the blog about the Cars Land trees)! This is exactly what I was hoping for, as I have been a Disneyland Resort tree enthusiast for years. I’ve actually gotten other people involved in the hunt for trees around DLR too — it’s sort of a challenge to see how many of them we can locate, from the tiniest trees in window displays to the towering trees in the parks. We call it “Tree Quest”!

    I have some existing favorite trees. One of my favorites has always been the tree at the Paradise Pier Hotel — the blue-green lights are so warm and striking in person. The Grand Californian Hotel tree is tall and elegant, giving off an almost golden glow. I’ve always appreciated the colorful, off-kilter tree at Goofy’s Kitchen. The miniature black “Nightmare Before Christmas” tree in World of Disney is a lot of fun, too. The tree in Pooh Corner with the honey-covered ornaments and the beehive topper is charming.

    Some of my new favorites for 2013 include: the lovely tree in Tangaroa Terrace at the Disneyland Hotel, as it is filled with lush, exotic flowers, shells and candles that smell like a cross between coconut and cocoa butter; and the themed trees in the Adventure and Frontier Towers of that Hotel. I also love the schools of fish and other ocean life “swimming” amid the sea grass on the Ariel’s Grotto undersea-themed tree.

    There are so many trees that I love around Disneyland Resort. My “Tree Quest” will likely never be complete!

  • Greetings Erin,

    Thank you for posting these beautiful photos of the Christmas Trees at Disneyland Park. I just finished watching the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade and your post was the first thing I saw on my Facebook feed. Perfect!

    I hope to see these trees in person next year, what a highlight that would be!

    Happy Holidays and Thank you,

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