Transportation and Ticket Center
Classic green garland with red bows hangs in the breezeways of the Transportation and Ticket Center.
Red, gold, and green ornaments are in the garland, and bells hang from the center.
Wreaths hang above the ticket booths.
The wreaths are also decorated with ornaments and red bows.
A sign advertises Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Main Street, U.S.A.
Inside the park, Main Street, U.S.A. is decked out. The Main Street Confectionery windows have been updated with a holiday theme.
Red, green, and white candy is now on display with gingerbread houses.
The wallpaper is blue and patterned with Mickey peppermints, gingerbread men, candy canes, and snowflakes.
Mickey’s nephews Morty and Ferdie are in one window, wearing Santa hats and holding giant peppermint candies.
A small Christmas tree is on the shelf next to them.
Minnie is in the next window, wearing a red dress with white fur trim. Her design is very reminiscent of the 1970s-’80s art style for the main mice.
She’s holding a tin from Mrs. Claus’ Bake Shop.
She also has a Christmas tree and gingerbread house.
Candy apples are on display next to the glass jars.
The wallpaper pattern in the background was also used on a shirt we saw this week.
Disney has begun decorating Tomorrowland Speedway for its holiday overlay.
Giant white orbs in the grass next to the track will light up at night.
There are also white metal Christmas trees and other structures that will be illuminated.
The pyramid “trees” are all different sizes.
The Tomorrowland Stage has also been decorated with silver garland, wreaths, and Christmas trees.
Giant presents sit next to the trees.
The garland, wreaths, and trees are decorated with colorful ornaments.
The trees are topped with silver starbursts.
This will be home to “A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas” during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Green garland has also been hung from the giant tent in Storybook Circus.
This garland is decorated with red, yellow, and green ornaments, as well as pinecones.
This tent is often used for meet-and-greets during parties.
Check out the holiday decorations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios too. And let us know if you’re excited for the holidays in the comments below!