PHOTOS: Tour Every Tree on the 2021 Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll
It’s the time of year again for the Christmas Tree Stroll to return at Disney Springs, back for its second wonderful year! Now through December 30, you can stroll past all of these lovely Christmas trees around Disney Springs and earn a special button for completing the map, so we made our way down to Disney Springs this week to check them all out. There’s more than double the trees compared to last year, with plenty of new and returning favorites.
There are 20 trees total spread across Disney Springs, from the former NBA Experience all the way to the Marketplace and nearly every point between. Guests can pick up maps and redeem them for the buttons at City Works Eatery & Pour House, Planet Hollywood, Chicken Guy, The Boathouse, Under Armour, Amorette’s Patisserie, and Basin.
Beauty and the Beast
Our first stop is located near UNIQLO and The Daily Poutine, featuring several yellow bows themed to Belle’s dress, as well as plenty of roses.
Look closely, you might even spot some stained glass figures of characters from the film!
The topper is also highly themed, featuring Belle and the Beast dancing together.
Mickey & Minnie
Just outside of the World of Disney Store is this Mickey & Minnie-themed tree, complete with polka-dot bows and Mickey-shaped ornaments galore.
You might know her for her castle, but near D-Luxe Burger you can find Cinderella’s tree, complete with golden carriages.
The tree is topped with a glass slipper, and features many other touches from the iconic Disney character.
Across from Vera Bradley under the canopy is this Disney+ tree, with blue and white lights accenting four ribbons of holiday movie posters from films available on the streaming service.
Town Center Tree
Right outside Orange Garage is the Town Center tree, an annual staple.
Just for the kiddos, a mini-tree featuring Disney Junior friends is up in the Marketplace near the train.
Ornaments highlight characters from different shows on Disney Junior, particularly “Mickey Mouse Funhouse” and “Spidey and His Amazing Friends,” both of which started airing this year.
The Spidey gang gets the other side of the tree, with plenty of webs and ornaments themed to the different Spider heroes.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The unmistakable Nightmare Before Christmas tree is between T-Rex and Paddlefish, featuring plenty of nods to the beloved film. Ornaments themed to Jack and Sally, toys made for Christmas, and even a medallion themed to the iconic “Jack’s Lament” moment adorn the tree, and it’s topped by Zero and his dog house.
Squashed between UNIQLO, T-REX, and The Daily Poutine is the Haunted Mansion tree, with references galore!
The most important to mention are of course the Bride, the floating candlestick, and Madam Leota’s tombstone.
The Disney Parks tree outside of the World of Disney Store got an EARidescent makeover this holiday.
Three park icons in their EARidescent lighting can be found around the tree. It is topped by Cinderella Castle.
Fittingly located near Super Hero Headquarters is the new Black Panther tree, decked in purple, blue, and gold.
Vignettes of the Warrior Falls hang from all sides of the tree, and an actual Black Panther icon can be seen emerging from one side of the tree.
The Force is strong with the Star Wars tree, located (also fittingly) outside the Star Wars Galactic Outpost.
All manner of characters can be seen around the tree, from BB-8 to Stormtroopers, Boba Fett, and even Jawas. And topping off the tree is C-3P0.
Raya and the Last Dragon
The Princess and the Frog
The tree is decorated with beads and instruments, iconic symbols of New Orleans.
This tree has garland that looks like like the paper links children make, perfect for the Toy Story theme.
Imagery from “Moana” decorates the tree, including many tropical flowers.
Rather than relying on character images, the “Frozen” tree hints at characters using objects and colors.
The “Coco” tree is adorned with bright lights, family photos, guitars, and more.
The Lion King
Animal prints, masks, and natural materials give this tree a unique feel.
Old-Fashioned Christmas Tree
This classic tree uses traditional Christmas ornaments and decorations in a larger-than-life scale.
Those braving Disney Springs (and sometimes the elements) can claim their Christmas Tree Stroll 2021 button.