PHOTOS: Posters from Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail Featuring Rainbow Tunnel, DINOSAUR, Haunted Mansion, and More Now Available at The Art of Disney

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The Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail is back this year, and so are the amazing, inspired posters that line its fences. For years, we’ve stared in awe at the art featured in these posters, designed after extinct EPCOT icons like the Rainbow Tunnel, as well as longstanding favorites like The Haunted Mansion and DINOSAUR. Many of these posters were featured on the merchandise line released this year, with designs gracing tumblers, cards, and T-shirts. Now, you can own the posters themselves as select designs from the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail are now available for purchase at the Art on Demand kiosk inside The Art of Disney.

Once inside The Art of Disney, head on over to the Art on Demand kiosk and tap over to “Art from Christmas Tree Trail” to view all of the available designs.

The posters featured include “Visit the Dreamport” (Imagination! Pavilion at EPCOT), “Retta’s Dressmakers” (Cinderella), “Have you seen this dinosaur?” (DINOSAUR at Disney’s Animal Kingdom), “Home for the Howlidays” (Pluto), “Bewitching Bayou Beignets” (The Princess and the Frog), and “Mme Leota’s Music Lessons” (The Haunted Mansion).

You also have “Rock ‘n’ Rollin Holiday Season” (Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios), “Quacking Up” (Donald and Daisy), “Archery Contest” (Robin Hood), “Let’s Get Down To Business” Gym (Mulan), “Bunny, Bubbles, and Beulah” (Country Bear Jamboree), and “Frogtown Hollow Jubilee Jugband” (The Muppets).

Prices for these prints vary depending on size, medium (paper or canvas), and frame options.

Will you be passing by The Art of Disney to pick up a poster or two? You can check out a full tour of the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail in the video below, and don’t forget to click here for a photo tour.

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