There’s nothing quite like walking through the Disneyland Resort during the holiday season. When it comes to decorations, the Walt Disney Company spares no expense on the details. So in celebration of the Christmas holiday, we present you with the notable Christmas trees of Disneyland Park.
Main Street, U.S.A.
Without a doubt, the first Christmas tree guests will happen upon is the beautiful tree in Town Square. This year, the tree is brand new, along with the ornaments and lights. It stands at 60 feet tall and makes for a great family holiday photo.
Further down Main Street, guests can spot more Christmas trees inside a few of the storefronts. One of the great things about these Disneyland trees are the different ways they are decorated; most are unique to their location. The Christmas tree that resides in the Market House is a prime example of this.
The same can be said for the tree in Coca-Cola Refreshment Corner. Not only is it decorated with more traditional ornaments, it features Santa Claus and a polar bear with Coca-Cola in hand.
Over at the China Closet, guests can find a wide assortment of ornaments available for purchase. If you need help envisioning these ornaments on a tree, Disney has you covered. They’ve decorated a Christmas tree with the ornaments for sale. We love this princess-themed tree on display.
The Castle Holiday Shoppe, located between Sleeping Beauty Castle and Peter Pan’s Flight, is another great store for ornament shopping. Here we find a small tree decorated with Disney-themed shoes and purses. If you’re a fan of the Christmas season and dread it coming to an end, this store is sure to suit your needs as it remains open all year long.
Don’t forget to check out the Christmas Tree in “it’s a small world”! This tree in the UK portion of the attraction is not one to miss, with its impressive display. This attraction goes all out for its holiday overlay.
Over in Toontown and in front of City Hall, guests will find a life-size version of a traditional ceramic Christmas tree.
Similar Christmas trees are also found in the yards of Mickey and Minnie’s houses. Note the pink bows that adorn Minnie’s tree. Again, Disney is all about the details.
Unfortunately, Tomorrowland is severely lacking in holiday decorations. After Tomorrowland, Adventureland is the least seasonal of the lands at the Resort. However, guests who look up will notice a jungle-themed Christmas tree above Tropical Imports. This is perhaps the most unique of all the Christmas trees of Disneyland Park. The decorations are made to look like the Skippers of the Jungle Cruise threw them together from their scarce resources. A garland made from bananas is a nice touch.
Lastly, we have Critter Country. Here, you won’t have to travel far to find the laughing place! The Christmas tree hanging atop the entrance of Splash Mountain is sure to gain a few laughs from guests. The gift tag is a great detail and it shows even enemies can put aside their differences during the holidays.
Next, we have Pooh Corner. This cute store in the Hundred Acre Wood features one of the best on-theme Christmas trees. We imagine that Rabbit took over the decorating of this tree, making sure to include lots of yummy carrots.
If you find yourself visiting the Disneyland Resort before January 7th, 2019, be sure to check out these Christmas trees in Disneyland Park. Do you have a favorite? What type of tree would you like to see added next year?