Disney Springs is decorated and ready to help you celebrate the Holidays. Holidays at Disney Springs highlights include the Christmas Tree Trail, Santa, entertainment, great shopping and the best food.
Yesterday Jess from Celebration Stylist and I did something I have never done before. We drove up and back to Disney in the same day. Disney Springs is officially decorated for Christmas and we both love all things Disney and Christmas!!! It is amazing the things we do for our love of Disney. We are going back to Disney as a family next month and I cannot wait to bring B to Disney Springs.
We started the night Chef Art Smith's Homecomin'. They serve farm-to-fork cuisine showcasing Florida’s freshest flavors—all crafted from recipes by this award-winning celebrity chef! I did not think I like deviled eggs until I tried these Church Lady Deviled Eggs. I would drive back to Orlando for more of these right now. Interested in going to Chef Art Smith's Homecomin', check out my friend Tina's review.
We also ordered the Thigh High Chicken Biscuits. They are biscuits topped with Chef Art's famous fried chicken thighs and bread and butter pickles. Drizzled with hot honey. These are the times I wish I was not gluten free because it looked amazing.
Chef Art Smith's Homecomin' are known for their Moonshine drinks. This Eggnog Moonshine did not disappoint.
We ended the night at Maria & Enzo's. They have fun promotion where if you were if you were your pjs to their brunch you will get a complimentary photo of your group.
Holidays at Disney Springs
Disney Springs is totally decked out for the holidays. From wreaths to Christmas trees the decor will get you in the spirit. Add in their festive music, shopping (check out my friend April's Disney Springs shopping recommendations) and holiday entertainment for an Disney inspired holiday.
Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail
As a lover of everything Christmas the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail was the highly of the night for me. I could get lost in there just looking at all the ornaments on each of the trees. It was really hard to pick just one as my favorite. Do you have a favorite?
The Disney Christmas Tree Trail is open Sunday through Saturday from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM from now until January 6, 2019. This year they have added 5 new Disney character/theme holiday trees. It is so festive with amazing photo ops, festive music, yummy treats and failing snow.
Head over to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique to enter the Holiday Trail of Trees. Disney-inspired themes for 2018 include:
- Alice in Wonderland
- Beauty and the Beast
- Disney Springs
- Disney Villains
- Haunted Mansion
- The Jungle Book
- The Little Mermaid
- Mary Poppins
- Mickey & Minnie Mouse
- The Muppets
- 101 Dalmatians
- Peter Pan
- The Princess and the Frog
- Robin Hood
- Sleeping Beauty
- Snow White
- Star Wars
- Toy Story
- Walt Disney World Theme Parks
During your journey, be sure to check out food and beverage kiosks and merchandise. They have the Pluto popcorn containers as well as fun Disney ornament drink cups.
Meet Santa at Disney Springs
Celebrate the spirit of the season during an enchanting visit with Santa Claus—at the Disney Springs Marketplace.
Santa will be there during the same hours now through December 24, 2018. Last year this Santa experience was our favorite of the season.
Video of Holidays at Disney Springs
Heading to Disney this holiday season. You will not want to miss Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party
*Tree themes and times may change without notice.
The holidays arrive at Disney Springs on Nov. 7, when the area will transform into a winter wonderland, full of sparkling lights, enchanting decor and holiday surprises. Disney Springs is the place to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list – including yourself! And here, you’ll want to take a break and savor the comforting flavors of the season.