Here are a few Christmas and holiday attractions you should check out at Disney Springs.

Nothing beats the Christmas season except spending it at Disney Springs. This festive season has a magical merriment in store for you.You can expect some awesome value this holiday season, and the fun here usually lasts from November 11th to December 30th. Let’s take a look at the Christmas events at Disney Springs.

Participate in the Christmas Tree Trail Stroll Scavenger Hunt

The Christmas Tree Trail Stroll Scavenger Hunt debuted in 2015, and it shares many similarities to Epcot’s festival scavenger hunts. Christmas is lurking around every corner, and there are 20 themed Christmas trees that celebrate film favorites such as:

  • Coco
  • Black Panther
  • Frozen
  • Haunted Mansion
  • Star Wars
  • Toy Story
  • Moana
  • Raya and the Last Dragon
  • The Lion King

At the entrance, you will walk through a winding path of exciting Christmas trees. Try to scope out all the themed Christmas trees as part of the holiday fun. Stay on the lookout for the trees as you stroll through Disney Springs. It’s a great time for the whole family.

After you find all the trees, take the map back to where you received it or one of the locations like UNIQLO, The BOATHOUSE, The Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers, Planet Hollywood, or the City Works Eatery & Pour House for a special surprise. These scavenger hunts will immerse you in the spirit of Christmas!

Greet Santa

Santa Claus always draws a crowd, and you can visit him at the Once Upon a Toy shop. This is one of the Christmas events at Disney Springs that lasts from November 11th to December 24th. You can enter a virtual queue at 9 a.m., 12 p.m., 3 p.m., and 6 p.m. They exceeded the party’s 10-person limit.

The area where Santa sits allows for the perfect holiday photos. He sits on a big green velvet couch with gold trim.

Visit Arriba Brothers’ Crystal Arts

You can’t disappoint yourself with a trip to the Crystal Arts by the Arriba Brothers. This shop’s interior features some dazzling crystal arts from meticulously crafted gifts.You will see everything, which includes figurines, tiaras, sculptures, jewelry, and collectibles. The shop demonstrates glassblowing daily to make you feel as if you’d stepped back in time.

In particular, you visit the Crystal Arts shop when you want exquisite and premium-tier items. Even looking around the shop without buying anything becomes a wonderful treat.

Visit Jock Lindsey’s Holiday Bar

This little gem, hidden away at Disney Springs, is one you can’t afford to miss! The Christmas decorations at this place go above and beyond expectations. Even on the outside, you will see tons of tinsel and a few holiday wreaths. Once inside, you will fall in love with the elaborate ceiling lined with tinsel and Christmas decorations.

You can order three festive drinks from the bar, which include Yule Mule, Claus Mo, and Elf Elixir. Come here for a Christmas party, and you will be hanging out at one of the best bars on Disney property.

Christmas Shopping at Disney Springs

The Christmas events at Disney Springs will never disappoint you because you can find all sorts of great Christmas presents during this season. Check out the World of Disney if you need a place to go shopping. This setting has a 50,000-square-foot facility where you can find a massive selection of merchandise from all things Disney.

Some of the other awesome shops to check out during this season include:

  • Days of Christmas
  • Creations Shop
  • Main Street Confectionary
  • The Ganachery
  • Island Mercantile
  • Sugarboo & Co.

Since you’re so close by, you might as well try Christmas at Walt Disney World.

Check out the Ultimate Toy Drive from Disney

In 2021, Disney set a goal to give away $500,000 to Toys for Tots to provide less privileged families with toys for the Christmas season. This is one of those Christmas events at Disney Springs where you will make a big difference in the lives of children. This year, they have a goal to deliver 75,000 toys to children.

Through this drive, you can give the gift of a toy to a child who would otherwise not receive one. For over 75 years, this holiday tradition has brought happiness to children.

Celebrate Christmas in the Animal Kingdom

The holiday decorations ramp up at the entrance with a gigantic Christmas tree. Everywhere you visit at Disney Animal Kingdom is full of decorations for this festive season. They put animal-inspired lights at the top of roofs, and if you visit DinoLand, all the characters have adorable festive outfits. You feel the holiday spirit here wherever you roam.

Check out the Merry Menagerie, where you will see polar bears, reindeer, foxes, and penguins in the form of puppets. You can see some live holiday performances, such as the Tree of Life Awakening, to hear special Christmas tales. These projections only happen once, usually after dark. Stay aware of the time so that you don’t miss it.

Check out How Hollywood Studios Celebrates Christmas

You see decorations everywhere in the park, and they keep them unique and one-of-a-kind here. Check out Minnie’s Holiday Dine for all your favorite characters. Hollywood Studios hasn’t had a Christmas parade for years, but they plan to open it back up in 2022. You will see motorcades with all your favorite Disney characters to celebrate Christmas.

All of the holiday entertainment at Hollywood Studios costs nothing to check out. You can even see music and snow here. It all ends with a Frozen sing-along finale to show the holiday traditions, and how they are celebrated in other cultures around the world.

Magic Kingdom hosts Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

Especially if you love Mickey, head over to Cinderella’s Castle, where you can participate in Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Here, you’ll see a Yuletide stage show that stars Mickey, and there are live performers who dance and sing some wonderful Christmas songs. Christmas here is unlike anywhere else on the planet, and everyone should experience it at least once. This was dubbed the happiest place on earth.

The International Festival of the Holidays

This is one of the unique Christmas events at Disney Springs where you can see how cultures from around the world choose to celebrate Christmas. It’s an eye-opening and educational experience that’s fun for all ages. You will see a showcase of 11 nations and how they celebrate the holidays.

This event will run from November 26th to December 30th. It’s one of the shortest festivals at Epcot.

The Holiday Kitchens at this event are a must-see. Indulge the flavors of the season with beloved culinary traditions.

At Magic Kingdom, watch the Christmastime Parade

The Christmastime Parade starts at Frontierland at 8:30 p.m. and continues until 11:00 p.m. The parade ends on Main Street, USA. You’ll see Mickey, Minnie, Santa Claus, and many other iconic Disney characters.

You may want to check it out at night because it has a more special vibe. It lacks the same wonder if you see it during the day because the special ambiance and lighting of the parade aren’t there.

The Christmastime Parade remains one of the only parades where you will see dancing gingerbread men and marching toy soldiers. All of this combines to add wonder to your child’s imagination.

Christmas Entertainment at Disney Springs

Over the holidays, you will see street entertainers like acapella groups and pop carolers. Don’t miss the toy soldiers that walk on stilts. Visit the Once Upon a Time stage area, and you will enjoy a live DJ where you can dance to Christmas music.

You also have no shortage of places to eat. If we had to recommend one for the holidays, check out Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew. There will be plenty of places to eat.If we had to recommend one for the holidays, check out Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew. You receive a half-dozen donuts decorated for the holiday season with all the colors and images of Christmas.

You might check out Vivoli il Gelato, where you could eat a Santa’s Little Helper Sundae. The world-class desserts that come out of here are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

World Class VIP can help you plan a VIP tour

This highlights the many holiday-themed attractions for Christmas at Walt Disney World. If you sign up for a VIP experience, Disney VIP tours include a guide who will show you the best attractions. At the same time, you avoid long lines and receive special access to restaurant reservations.

For example, if you visit Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, you will get to go straight to the front of the line. Disney VIP tour guides help you save time at Disney Parks, which is the biggest benefit of going with one.

Book a tour with World Class VIP today!

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