The holidays have arrived at Walt Disney World, and that means Disney Springs is now decorated with garland, wreaths, and a giant Christmas tree.
The Christmas tree can be found outside Earl of Sandwich and Once Upon A Toy in the Disney Springs Marketplace.
There are wrapped presents around the tree.
It’s decorated with an assortment of ornaments and baubles.
The Christmas Tree Stroll will open at Disney Springs soon, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy more themed Christmas trees.
A golden star is on the top of the tree.
Most stores in Disney Springs now have garland decorating their windows and entryways.
In the Marketplace, the garland is green with colorful ornaments and ribbons.
There are wreaths hanging on some walls as well.
This wreath has a red and gold bow and giant snowflakes.
The garland around Pin Traders is filled with poinsettias.
So are the nearby wreaths.
The archway over the Disney Springs bridge is decorated, too.
Gold reindeer figures are attached to pieces of garland.
Streetlamps are wrapped in garland around Cookes of Dublin and Raglan Road.
This garland has traditional red and gold ornaments.
The bicycle parked outside Raglan Road has been decorated.
The basket is overflowing with decorations and presents.
There’s a burlap wreath on the front and a sign reading “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”
On the West Side of Disney Springs, the garland is silver with blue ornaments.
The poles outside Splitsville are wrapped.
There are matching silver and blue wreaths.
The Edison has unique wreaths framing its doorway.
The Boathouse has themed garland with ropes, fishing lures, anchors, and ship wheels.
The garland around Wine Bar George has silver bells on the end.
Of course, World of Disney is decorated both inside and out.
Garland tops every window and door.
There are still some lingering Halloween displays.
Inside, the garland is filled with bright Christmas lights.
Red signs featuring Santa Mickey have been placed throughout the store.
Some of the decorations have pinecones and Mickey wheels in them.
There are tiny Christmas trees above some of the merchandise displays.
And bigger Christmas trees closer to the ground.
The Christmas merchandise section has extra special decorations inspired by the Walt’s Holiday Lodge theme.
There are snowflake-covered skis.
The castle lodge is in the center of the display.
Projections on the back wall give guests a peek inside the fictional lodge.
There are more Christmas trees above these displays.
Signs declare that “Holiday cheer is here!”
Some displays feature characters bundled up for the winter weather.
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