The holiday fun doesn’t stop just yet at Walt Disney World Resort! There’s still plenty of festive activities to experience, including the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail. Today we’re sharing four reasons to still visit the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail this year!

Disney+ “Noelle” Photo Opportunity and Dance Party
If you’re a fan of the Disney+ original movie Noelle, you’ll be even more excited to visit Disney’s shopping and dining district this season. Near the exit of the Christmas Tree Trail there’s a photo opportunity featuring a backdrop with Noelle and Nick Kringle! Near Earl of Sandwich the DJ Dance Party crew will be busting a move daily from 7 PM to 11 PM. There’s even a glimpse of the actual costumes from the film Noelle inside of the World of Disney store windows across from Basin!

The Elforium
Did you know some of the ornaments found on each of the Disney Christmas Trees are available for purchase at Disney Springs? The Elforium features an array of Disney-inspired ornaments this year, and don’t forget to ask a Cast Member about their “Bundle and Save” promotion. If you’ve ever noticed the colorful and festive posters throughout the Christmas Tree Trail, you’ll be happy to know that those are also available for purchase on a selection of merchandise at The Elforium as well. From shirts and postcards to tumblers, tags, and more, you’ll be able to stock up on a souvenir unique to your Disney Spring Christmas Tree Trail experience!

New Disney Christmas Trees
The Disney Christmas Tree Trail is a must do each holiday season, and this year is no exception! The trail features a few new trees inspired by some of your favorite films. Some new trees you can expect to see include a The Lion King tree, an Aladdin tree, and a Mary Poppins tree. You’ll want to get a closer look at each and every tree to admire all of the imaginative details! 

Noelle Kringle’s Cafe & The Egg Noggery
If you’re in for something sweet or savory as your make your way around the Christmas Tree Trail, stop by Noelle Kringle’s Cafe for a snack! Guests will find popcorn, Mickey pretzels, and festive Churro Bites with Peppermint Chocolate Sauce. This cafe is also where you can purchase souvenir popcorn buckets! The Egg Noggery is only a few steps away from the cafe and has plenty of holiday spirits for purchase. Sip on a “Claus-mo”, “Winter Wonderland”, “Thank Garland Frozen Hot Chocolate”, and “Florida Yule.” 

Disney’s shopping and dining district doesn’t disappoint when it comes to festive fun! So if you haven’t made it to the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail yet, there’s still time. You can explore this winter wonderland through January 5, 2020, so what are you waiting for?