List of Gingerbread Houses Returning to Walt Disney World in November 2021

Disney has announced which gingerbread houses will be returning to Walt Disney World Resort this year.


 Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Lobby

  • This stunning life-size storybook gingerbread house with “cinnamon clouds” puffing from the chimney is beautifully decorated with white chocolate candy canes, edible snowflakes, and sugar poinsettias. Treats for sale include house-made Gingerbread Houses and Gingerbread Ornaments. (Nov. 10 – Jan. 1)

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

  • This life-size spinning carousel is a holiday tradition at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. The Little Mermaid is the theme with hand-painted holiday characters, handcrafted gingerbread shingles, and fondant snowflakes. And don’t forget to pop over to the Yacht Club lobby and see the adorable holiday village with a miniature train. (Nov. 1 – Jan. 2)

EPCOT – The American Adventure Rotunda

  • The American Adventure Gingerbread Display – The EPCOT pastry chefs have recreated the Lincoln Memorial and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in miniature edible versions along with The American Adventure building and an EPCOT Festival Holiday Kitchen. (Nov. 26 – Dec. 30)

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      1. Thank you, Tom. I know the policy has been either staying at that hotel or dining there and I will be at A of A. Good to know that we can go into the hotels to see the Gingerbread houses and maybe the miniature village at Yacht Club! Good news! Thanks!

          1. I’ll go by Disney transportation. Are any of the other hotels open to guests now or just the ones with Gingerbread? Would love see the new changes at Polynesian and Contemporary. Thanks so much!

            1. I took a Disney bus to GF then monorail to MK, then bus to POFQ for beignets and to see their lights then left by boat to Disney Springs.

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