It’s the time of year again for the Christmas Tree Stroll to return at Disney Springs, back for its third wonderful year! Now through December 30, you can stroll past all of these lovely Christmas trees around Disney Springs and earn a special button for completing the map, so we made our way down to Disney Springs this week to check them all out!
There are twenty trees spread across Disney Springs that you can find! Car Suspension Spring
Maps for the Christmas Tree Stroll are available at City Works Eatery & Pour House, Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers, The Boathouse, Planet Hollywood, and UNIQLO.
The “Frozen” inspired tree is located in front of SUGARBOO & CO.
It is decorated with frost covered flowers, carrots, ice skates, and more.
Over by Blaze Pizza you will find a Christmas Tree themed to “The Lion King.”
It is topped with Rafiki’s hands holding up baby Simba.
Animal prints, lion paw prints, and masks give this tree a savannah vibe.
This tree does not have too many lights wrapped around it. Instead, a simple string of lights to look like the night’s sky on the savannah.
Located by the AMC Theater, the “COCO” tree is designed to look like an ofrenda.
Framed pictures of the Riveras are spread throughout, along with quotes from “Remember Me.”
The Haunted Mansion tree is located in between The Lego Store and T-Rex Cafe.
This tree is decorated with references from the attraction including, the Bride, the floating candlestick, and Madam Leota’s tombstone.
What’s this, what’s this? “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Tree is located in front of T-Rex Cafe.
It’s covered with tributes to our favorite characters from the film, including Zero and his dog house as the tree topper.
Lock, Shock, and Barrel masks are hung on the back.
The Force is strong with the Star Wars tree. It’s located appropriately located in front of the Star Wars Galactic Outpost.
C-3PO tops the tree while different symbols, Storm Trooper helmets, and Kylo Ren’s lightsaber decorate the sides.
The Disney Wish “tree” was delayed, much like the boat once was.
When it was installed, we discovered that it’s a topiary of the ship, not a tree.
Imagery from “Moana” decorates this tree, including many tropical flowers, the heart of Tefiti, and Moana’s boat.
New to this year’s tree stroll, the Guardians of the Galaxy tree has us wanting to put on headsets and dance around with Groot.
This tree is next to AMC Theater.
The Disney+ tree returns for this year’s stroll. Last year it was decorated with movie posters, promoting what was available to stream on the platform.
This year it is covered in blue ornaments, and topped with the Disney+ logo.
You can find this tree by the Frozen Tree, and in front of the Vera Bradley store.
The “Toy Story” tree is just outside World of Disney.
Garland made to look like paper links wrap around the tree, and ornaments are hung inside.
Just outside of the World of Disney is this Mickey & Minnie-themed tree.
It is decked out with polka-dot bows and Mickey-shaped ornaments galore.
You can find the “Raya and the Last Dragon” tree just before you cross the bridge.
Ongis, silhouettes of Sisu, and hide-and-seek Tuk Tuks, are spread over this tree.
“Princess and the Frog” tree is embellished with iconic symbols of New Orleans, and small frogs to represent Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen.
You will find this tree by the House of Blues.
It’s the family, Madrigal! Brand new to the tree stroll, this “Encanto” inspired tree is a fan favorite.
This tree is decorated with different symbols of the all the gifts the family possess.
The Miracle Candle tops the tree.
Of course, an Encanto tree would not be complete without each child’s glowing door.
Fittingly located near Super Hero Headquarters is the new Black Panther tree, decked in purple, blue, and gold.
Vignettes of the Warrior Falls hang from all sides of the tree, and an actual Black Panther icon can be seen emerging from one side of the tree.
Annual Passholders can admire a tree just for them, located next to Dockside Margaritas.
It has the passholder insignia with Mickey and one with Minnie.
Mickey’s head is placed as the topper.
An Annual Passholder colored monorail is placed at the bottom. No, it does not actually go around the tree.
Town Center Tree returns to it’s designated spot, by Guest Relations and Zara.
This tree is an annual staple, stunning guests with its height and sparkle.
This tree uses classic Christmas ornaments, presents, and gifts.
It brings Christmas to new heights.
The Sphere Tree can be seen as soon as you enter Disney Springs from Orange Garage. It is made up of spheres of different sizes.
Three chandeliers top this tree.
Once you complete your Christmas Tree Stroll, you can visit any location that distributes maps to collet your finisher button. Which Christmas Tree was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
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I always love the trees still wish they brought it back to where it was precovid. But now there could be more trees so its ok. Love the new trees and love how hm had the orginal bride still.
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