NEW! Disney Springs’ Christmas Tree Trail Will Debut This Holiday Season

Darcy Clark

by , Disney Springs Marketing Manager

I know … it’s not even Halloween yet and I’m already talking Christmas. I can’t help myself – I recently got the details on a brand-new holiday offering coming to Disney Springs Marketplace and I simply had to share!

In the coming weeks, I’ll be providing details on our full slate of seasonal offerings, including several new additions, but today, it’s all about the trees – fifteen of them, to be exact – each one inspired by a different Disney character or story. Excited about the Disney Springs’ Christmas Tree Trail? During this walk-through experience, you’ll wind through a lovely winter wonderland complete with a gentle snow fall, toy soldiers, singers and plenty of opportunities for photos! While I haven’t seen the trees yet (our Holidays Services Team is hard at work bringing them to life), I have a feeling I’ll have a hard time choosing a favorite.

Below is a list of the planned tree themes – they’re all on my “nice” list, with the exception of the Disney Villains tree, which is sure to be wickedly fun!

It’s been fun to see how the holidays have evolved here on property – from the “Toy Tree” that was a Downtown Disney staple for many years (pictured below) to the newest enhancements joining our line-up in just a few short weeks – there’s plenty to feel festive about!


The Disney Springs’ Christmas Tree Trail will debut on November 11th and will run through January 8, 2017. Which tree are you looking forward to the most? Share in the comments below, I’d love to know!


  • Saw the trees Friday night, Nov. 11. The area is at the far end where busses used to drop off for the marketplace. The Lime garage was full so we had a hike to get there from the Orange garage, also full, but we were able to valet. We enjoyed the cooler weather and took the boat back. Atmosphere and music was nice. It snows from the light towers every 15 minutes or so which was fun. The trees were well done but a little underwhelming. I don’t know what I expected but several of the trees at the end were very small, not more than 4 feet, for 101 Dalmations and Alice in Wonderland. Cast members were super friendly in that area and brand new since it was newly created and opened the day we went. All in all, worth doing if you are on that end of Disney Springs.

  • Can’t wait to see Beauty and the Beast

  • Can’t wait, we will be the Nov 27th

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