Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has decorated for Christmas with wreaths, garlands, and a giant tree in the resort lobby.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Christmas Tree
Decorations hang beneath the lanterns lining the ramp to the resort lobby.
Wilderness Lodge has many decorations that appear to be from nature or celebrate nature, like these white flowers, antlers, and moose-patterned ribbon.
Above the main entrance doors are small light-up tree and deer figures.
In the lobby, there are a few small Christmas trees adorned with red poinsettias and thin branches.
There’s no missing the main Christmas tree, which nearly touches the ceiling.
It’s topped with a large glowing four-pointed star.
It’s decorated with white string lights and larger yellow lights in teepee tent lanterns.
There are animal ornaments, like this squirrel and owls.
There are also fake berries, ribbons, and standard bauble ornaments.
The bridge in the lobby over a small creek is lined with garlands.
The garlands have similar decorations to the tree, as well as more poinsettias and flannel bows.
There are also garlands wrapped around various other railings in the lobby.
Wreaths hang in the back windows.
There are also more small Christmas trees.
Holidays at Walt Disney World Resort
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is on select nights through December 22. Tickets are only available for three remaining nights. During the after-hours party, guests can enjoy Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks, Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, character meet and greets, and holiday attraction overlays. There are also complimentary treats, special menu items, and exclusive merchandise.
The new “Frozen Holiday Surprise” Cinderella Castle show is performed at Magic Kingdom once during regular park hours and once during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Disney Jollywood Nights is a new separately ticketed, adults-centric party at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It takes place on select nights through December 20. Entertainment includes the variety show “Disney Holidays in Hollywood,” “What’s This? Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing-Along,” and the “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” nighttime spectacular. Character meet and greets include Mickey & Friends in new outfits. A Tip-Top Club-inspired soiree is held in the courtyard of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror attraction. Check out Tom’s honest review of the event.
The roaming Merry Menagerie puppets have returned to Discovery Island at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays featuring holiday kitchens, storytellers, and the Candlelight Processional will run from November 24 to December 30, 2023.
At Disney Springs, guests can enjoy a Christmas Tree Stroll featuring new trees inspired by “Wish” and Disney Vacation Club. A new roaming character named Douglas Fir is a walking, moving tree.