PHOTOS, VIDEO: “Living with the Land: Merry and Bright Nights” Holiday Overlay Brings Christmas Cheer to the Greenhouse at The Land Pavilion in EPCOT

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Everyone’s favorite educational attraction about vegetables (okay, it’s about more than that…) has received its annual holiday overlay. We visited earlier this week and checked out all the holiday additions in the daytime, but there’s a whole other side to this overlay… LIGHTS! We made our way back to The Land pavilion at EPCOT to see Living with the Land in all of its nighttime Christmas light glory.

Festive lights line the tunnel leading into the greenhouse portion of the attraction.

In the most Florida way possible, a “sand”-men family, instead of snowmen, welcomes guests.

A sign in the shape of an ornament greets guests. The baby “sand”-man is the only one wise enough to know it’s too hot in this greenhouse to be wearing a scarf.

Now this is what we call some holiday mood lighting! The fish farm area glows green and red.

The giant wreath around the stand up harvest display is wrapped in lights.

A Mickey-shaped topiary frame has been transformed for Christmas with a pair of reindeer antlers and a shiny round nose.

Lights cover the support beams throughout the greenhouse.

A holiday wreath made of ferns and peppers is on display.

Presents sit outside of the biotechnology lab. (Hopefully grants…)

The lab has been transformed into a winter wonderland with giant snowflakes. The stockings have been hung by the windows with care.

A tree features streaming LED Christmas lights that change color.

If you want to see the whole overlay in action at night, check out the video below!

We’ve decided that riding Living with the Land at night is the most relaxing way to see Christmas lights at a Disney Park. Will you be checking out Living with the Land this holiday season? Check WDWNT for all of the latest Disney Parks holiday news!

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Kelly Morgan-Brown

Kelly lives in Central Florida with her Kiwi husband and bossy rat terrier. When not at a Disney Park, she can be found in the dance studio, listening to Broadway soundtracks, or planning her next travel adventure. Contact her at [email protected]

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