PHOTO REPORT: Downtown Disney 11/24/19 (Hundreds of Plastic Neon Trees, New Street Eats Bistro, and More)

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After the parks received their full lineup of holiday decor it was time for the Downtown Disney District to get theirs. In honor of the release of Frozen 2, Downtown Disney was treated to the “Let It Glow” display of bright, colorful, neon trees and decor. While we are sure this looks better at night, the daytime display left us with mixed feelings.

World of Disney is festive as always with lights and garland.

“Let It Glow” – Daytime

With over 200 UV Glow Trees we start with neon pink and green closest to the parks.

In addition to the trees there are over 70 glow tubes hanging from the ficus trees. As we get closer to the middle of Downtown Disney the colors change to blue and pink.


We then move from pink to orange.

We also have trees up on the rooftops.

A quick trip into Ballast Point to appreciate their craft beer tree.

Across from WonderGround we go to orange and pink.


Again we are sure these look better at night but the plastic texture at daylight left us wondering why…

The final section closest to Tortilla Jo’s feature lime green and orange trees.



Asian Street Eats

Asian Street Eats looks ready to go from the outside but just missing some food and employees.

Thanks for taking a walk around Downtown Disney with us. Keep reading DLNT and WDWNT for all the latest Disney Parks news.

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Ali is a SoCal transplant by way of Milwaukee. When not on a pool deck coaching swimming or training for Spartan/runDisney races she is usually found at Disneyland (or WDW whenever possible).

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Jason Mac
Jason Mac

Should have made a note that this was Disneyland and not Disney World. I got excited to see these here in Orlando until I noticed the monorail track running through one of the pictures. :(

Tom Corless
Tom Corless

There is no Downtown Disney at WDW


It will always be Downtown Disney Springs to me


It looks like a 70s disco, glad its not at WDW


I saw these trees the other day and I was extremely disappointed. I think they look tacky and not very festive. A far cry from the quality we usually see from Disney.