disney springs christmas tree trail 2019

Disney Springs to Offer Magical Snowfall, Modified Christmas Tree Trail for Holiday Season 2020

Disney Springs always comes alive for the holiday season at Walt Disney World, and this year, it’s boasting a number of new, modified offerings, including the only snowfall on property this year. The Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail is also seeing some changes—in fact, there won’t be a trail at all—trees will be located throughout the shopping and dining district to facilitate physical distancing.

disney springs christmas tree trail 2019

News of this year’s offerings were announced just earlier by the Disney Parks Blog:

Shifting gears to Disney Springs, guests will discover Christmas around every corner as they come across a collection of elaborately-decorated Disney Christmas trees spread throughout this retail, dining and entertainment destination. In the evening, guests visiting areas within Town Center, West Side and The Landing will encounter a magical snowfall, adding an extra touch of wonder to their holiday shopping. And to top it off, Jock Lindsey will once again be turning his hangar bar into Jock Lindsey’s Holiday Bar complete with delightful holiday décor and a delicious limited-time menu filled with festive favorites.

Take a full tour of last year’s Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail in our YouTube video below:

You can check out a full list of what will be taking place across Walt Disney World Resort for the 2020 Holiday Season by clicking here. Will you miss the traditional Tree Trail, or are you still looking forward to shopping and walking throughout Disney Springs for the holidays? Let us know in the comments!

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Nick Foget
Nick Foget
9 months ago

I’ll miss it. It was a fun atmosphere being all in one place. Hopefully returns in 2021.

Amy Diehl
Amy Diehl
8 months ago

How is walking through a trail any different than walking through the park itself? Actually with it being one way it seems logical they should have kept it. My daughter will be so disappointed. Good work Disney