Anyone who has been to Walt Disney World Resort during the holidays knows that nearly everywhere you look is decked out to the nines in holiday festiveness. You really can’t go wrong by visiting any one of the Disney parks or resort hotels during the holiday season. If you’re looking for Christmas decorations, you’ll literally find them in every nook and cranny.
But perhaps you don’t have time to see everything Walt Disney World has to offer this year. And maybe, just maybe, you would like to see a condensed list of the best Walt Disney World Resort Christmas decorations. Well, ask and ye shall receive my friends…I shared my top three spots to see Disney Christmas decorations below!
Don’t Miss Holiday Decorations at Walt Disney World
1. Magic Kingdom…If you go nowhere else during the holiday season, go to the Magic Kingdom. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party starts in November, but you don’t have to go to it to see the decorations. There are plenty of beautiful decorations on display during normal park hours! Garland, lights and wreaths adorn nearly everything!
Of course, all the parks are beautifully decorated and don’t forget to visit Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays while you’re there.
2. Grand Floridian…Having lunch at this resort hotel and taking in the life-size gingerbread house is one of my favorite holiday activities. It’s made out of edible gingerbread and is truly a sight to behold.
Plus, it’s filled with tasty gingerbread treats that you can purchase. I always get a few things to nosh on while I’m exploring the hotel’s other Christmas decorations like its several stories high tree!
3. Resort hopping…Speaking of trees and gorgeous decorations, I have two words for you, resort hopping. Expect beautiful decorated trees galore, music, gingerbread structures and more. Make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to explore all the resorts and don’t forget to include travel time (monorail, bus, skyliner, etc) in your plans because lines for Disney transportation are a bit longer at the holidays with the increased crowds. Each resort has at least one beautifully Christmas tree all lit up and some of the lobbies are truly a winter wonderland.
So, who else is ready to spend some time at the Walt Disney World Resort during the holidays? I guarantee your family will make wonderful memories that you will talk about for years to come!