The Christmas Trees of Disney World


The Christmas tree at the Magic Kingdom is probably the most recognized one at WDW.

We got to spend a day resort hopping, followed by some park hopping, seeing just a few of the Christmas Trees of Disney World.

At last count, there were over 1,300 decorated trees throughout the WDW property.  To prepare for the holidays, Disney rolls out 150 semi-trailer truckloads of decorations to cover 24 resorts, 4 theme parks, 1 water park, and Disney Springs.  And, we do mean cover!

  • 15 miles of decorated garland is draped
  • 300,000 yards of ribbon and bows placed
  • 1,500 wreaths are hung
  • 5 million lights are strung, with 98 percent of the lighting used being LED 
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    Christmas by the numbers at WDW

    A few photos of the Disney World trees that we saw, both big and small:

    GF Tree

    Grand Floridian’s tree.

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    DAK Lodge’s tree.


    Yacht Club Resort’s tree.


    Boardwalk’s tree.


    Fort Wilderness tree.


    Magic Kingdom’s tree


    MK’s tree at night.


    Be Our Guest’s tree.


    Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ tree.


    Epcot’s tree at night.


    DAK’s tree.


    7pm, park closing:  DAK’s tree at night.


    Each and every tree is themed to the location it’s at. (DAK = animals)


    Yacht Club Resort  has huge boats decorating their tree.


    Tiny life vests decorate the tree and garland at Beach Club Resort!


    My parkbounding button.



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