Trim up the tree! Just days after we reported that holiday decorations had gone up around Universal’s Islands of Adventure, even more yuletide décor has appeared at Seuss Landing.
If you’re a fan of tinsel and what looks like oversized ping-pong balls, these Christmas trees at the land’s entrance from Port of Entry will delight.
Fuzzy-looking candy canes decorate the land. You’ll see many more of them below.
Over by the Caro-Seuss-El, another candy cane can be found by some happy-looking Seuss character topiaries.
Similar garlands can be found wrapped around signage in front of Circus McGurkus Cafe Stoo-pendous.
For something a little more elegant, green garlands with shiny, colorful baubles curve around the windows.
Pretty green wreaths have been placed on the lampposts, with a red bow on one side and a green bow on the other. It feels like Grinchmas to me!
In an exercise in obviousness, candy canes have been placed in the planter outside Snookers & Snookers Sweet Candy Cookers.
The hot pink bows definitely remind me of a Dr. Seuss-style holiday.
Is it wrong to start singing the soundtrack to “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” when it’s still October? Asking for a friend.
Some of the decorations look garish (like the candy canes), while others like the wreaths and garlands offer the right blend of whimsy and beauty.
The Mulberry Street Store is looking ready to welcome the season in an array of pinks, purples, and greens.
And with a final candy cane, our little tour has come to an end. Here’s hoping the Grinch doesn’t steal the decorations this year.
Are you excited for the holidays, or is it still way too early for tinsel? Share your thoughts in the comments!