Celebrate the Holidays in Disney Springs!

Note: The holidays will be celebrated at Walt Disney World from November 6 through December 30, 2020!

The Parks and Resorts of Walt Disney World know how to celebrate the winter holidays. From the iconic gingerbread displays to larger-than-life Christmas trees, Disney World knows how to make the season bright. And that spirit extends to the shopping, dining, and entertainment district, Disney Springs, too.

Disney Springs

Disney Springs celebrates the holidays from November to January each year, so you’ll have plenty of time to see, eat, and do it all!

Holiday Shopping in Disney Springs

In Disney Springs, stores pack their shelves with holiday merchandise. Shoppers can find something for everyone on their Christmas list. Whether you’re looking for toys for the kids, tools for your chef, tech gear for your teen, or a comfy sweatshirt for the grandparents, you’ll find it here.

Shopping at Disney Springs

If you’re traveling down the Christmas Tree Trail, you’ll likely find some shopping there, too! Check out the 2019 shopping options here!

Christmas Tree Trail Merchandise

Holiday Dining in Disney Springs

There’s no shortage of places to grab a bite in Disney Springs. We’ve got a full listing of all the Table Service, Quick Service, and kiosk and cart dining options on our Disney Springs Dining page.

Disney Springs Dining

But if you’re looking for a holiday-specific meal or treat, you’ll want to review our Walt Disney World menus. We update these as items are added to Walt Disney World’s official menus, spotted by our on-site reporters, and announced on Disney Parks Blog. Narrow your search with the provided filters, and you’ll be chowing down in no time!

Chocolate and Peppermint Churros

Search the AllEars Walt Disney World Menus here!

Holiday Entertainment in Disney Springs

Note: In 2020, we expect the Christmas Tree Trail to be extended throughout Disney Springs to accommodate physical distancing.

The biggest addition to entertainment in Disney Springs for the holiday season is the Christmas Tree Trail. This collection of themed trees is a sight to behold, and you’ll want to build in some time to explore.

Aladdin Tree

In 2020, snow will fall on Disney Springs in the Town Center, Landing, and West Side neighborhoods!

West Side

In 2019, film- and Park-themed posters bring another level of fun and humor to the Christmas Tree Trail. Read all about them here.

Christmas Tree Trail Posters

Note: Santa likely will not be meeting with adoring fans in 2020 in Disney Springs. We will update when we know more.

What’s Christmas without a meeting with Santa Claus? You can greet the head elf in person in Disney Springs without standing in line. Click here to read how!

Check-In to Meet Santa

Looking for a festive excuse to explore the Springs? Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt is a fun scavenger hunt that lets kids of all ages search Disney Springs for hidden Stitches. Find all 12, and you can collect a prize at one of six Prize Redemption Locations:

  • Amorette’s Patisserie
  • Christmas Tree Trail (Mickey & Minnie Tree)
  • Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories
  • Marketplace Co-Op
  • Once Upon a Toy
  • Super Hero Headquarters
Stitch’s Holiday Gift Hunt

Musical performances are an ongoing enhancement at Disney Springs, and the holiday season is no exception. As you wander the district, stop to enjoy live music that will put you in the Christmas spirit!

Disney Springs Stage

Make Disney Springs a part of your holiday fun at Walt Disney World!

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