PHOTOS: Holiday Tree Hunt Returns to Universal Orlando Resort with Spooky, Retro, and More New Christmas Trees
The Holiday Tree Hunt has returned to the Universal Orlando Resort for the 2021 season and we’re ready to grab a map and get to work finding those trees. Maps can be purchased in most retail locations around the resort for $10. Scavenger hunts are always fun at the Universal Orlando Resort, so we’re happy to see the Holiday Tree Hunt Return. There are a few new trees this year and they seem to keep getting better and better. From spooky to retro, these decorations are sure to inspire your next Christmas tree. Take a look at all the creative designs.
The Holiday Tree Hunt map will guide you around Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, and CityWalk. The map can be redeemed for a prize, but it does not need to be completed to pick up your ornament. This year, guests can choose from last year’s round Tree Hunt ornament or this year’s new snowflake design.
You can always buy two maps and get both! Now that we have our map, let’s check out the trees.
Universal Legacy Store
Throwback to a better time! This tree in the Universal Legacy Store pays tribute to some retro attractions.
This might just be our favorite tree this year!
Universal Studios Store in CityWalk
The new store has a very fitting blue and gold decorated tree.
Toothsome Chocolate Emporium and Savory Feast Kitchen
The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium tree has a steampunk feel to it and is covered with gears and gauges.
Universal Studios Store in Universal Studios Florida
A classic film-inspired tree sits in the center of the Universal Studios Store.
5 & 10
It’s alive! This spooky tree fits in well at the 5 & 10.
This Frankenstein tree is done in classic black and white.
The Spongebob themed tree has returned again to Spongebob Storepants.
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Silver Screen Collectibles
A tree decorated with red and white sits inside the Silver Screen Collectibles store.
San Francisco Candy Factory
This is a sweet spot to put a candy themed tree.
The MIB Gear tree is out of this world.
Cats, Hats, and Things
This tree is covered in Things! This Cat in the Hat tree is fitting for Seuss Landing.
All Hallows Eve Boutique
This spooky tree is breathtaking. The All Hallows Eve Boutique is still open and now it has an appropriately themed Halloween tree.
This super hero tree is simply marvelous.
Betty Boop gets her own tree covered with hearts, lips, pearls, and more.
The Jurassic Park tree is covered in fun little details from when Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth.
Islands of Adventure Trading Company
Explorers and adventurers will enjoy this beautiful tree inside the Islands of Adventure Trading Company.
All of the trees are beautifully decorated this year. Which tree is your favorite? Make sure you check out the Holiday Tree Hunt if you’re visiting Universal Orlando for the holidays. The Awesomest Celebration of the Season is happening now through January 2.
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