Disney Springs

“POP IN” Photo Tour of the 2021 Christmas Tree Stroll

The Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll is an annual tradition that’s free to all.

The trees are on display from now until Dec. 30, but if you can’t make it to the Disney Springs before the end of year, don’t worry, we have a photo tour to share with you.

Let’s start with the NEW TREES! (Oh, and we decided not to tell you where the trees are located, just in case you want to make a game out of guessing where they are!)

2021 Wish Tree (This tree didn’t have a name, so the team made one up.) – This new addition to the stroll is simple and elegant.
The Nightmare Before Christmas – Watch out! This tree looks like it’s ready to grab your churro.
We loved this quirky details on The Nightmare tree. Notice how the ribbon matches Jack Skeleton’s suit.
Raya and the Last Dragon – This dazzling tree features the fun and mythical animals from the film.
There’s Tuk Tuk!
Black Panther – Dioramas from Wakanda and a black panther with piercing blue eyes decorate this tree.
A close-up of the panther.
Disney Jr. – Young kiddos will find this tree very recognizable.
Bows, cars, and Spider Man decorate the Disney Jr. tree.
Disney+ – Okay, we don’t like to disparage a Christmas tree, but this one (decorated in rows of framed movie mini-posters) was a little thrown together. Hopefully, it gets more attention next season!
However, we’re glad this Christmas favorite got a spot on the Disney+ tree.
Disney Parks Tree – We’re calling this tree new because it’s sporting some new colors for the EARidescent 50th Anniversary Celebration!
The topper for the 50th tree is the Magic Kingdom’s castle, but iridescent images of other park icons also appear. Here’s Spaceship Earth…
…The Tower of Terror…
…and the Tree of Life.

The remaining 13 trees have appeared before, but they were just as lovely to see as ever! What’s your favorite?

Frozen – It just wouldn’t be Christmas without something Frozen, would it?
Reindeer, carrots, and frosted branches decorate Anna and Elsa’s tree.
The Lion King – Here’s a side view of the natural elements that decorate the Lion King-themed tree.
Simba’s tiny paw barely compares in size to Mufasa’s.
Coco – This one was a team favorite with its festive lights and marigolds.
Remember me? Yes we will Coco Tree.
The Haunted Mansion – Constance (the black widow bride) is the main feature on the Haunted Mansion tree.
Since Constance had so many wedding gifts collecting dust in the attic, she decided to use them to decorate.
Star Wars Tree – All we want for Christmas is for some of these Star Wars decorations to go on sale at Disney’s Days of Christmas.
C-3PO, the perfect topper for this year’s tree.
Traditional Tree 1 – Disney Springs has two traditional trees on display that aren’t tied to any Disney Intellectual Property.
Cinderella’s Tree – The pumpkin carriages and touches of blue make this tree a favorite.
This carriage doesn’t turn back into a pumpkin at midnight.
Toy Story – The Toy Story tree has the most adorable little green alien ornament bulbs.
Love this one. He’s just happy to be here.
Beauty and the Beast – Can we just stay that Belle and the Beast need a bigger tree to celebrate their epic love story? The tree topper depicts the duo’s famous ballroom dance scene.
The yellow bows matching Belle’s dress makes this tree easy to spot.
Mickey and Minnie Tree – Red, gold and dots. Pure Mouse Magic!
There are too many Mickey silhouettes on this tree to count!
The Princess and the Frog – Tiana’s tree is dressed in purples and golds. It really stands out.
A close up of The Princess and the Frog’sNew Orleans-inspired details.
Moana – In honor of the Disney’s Hawaiian princess, this tree is wrapped in a garland of island flowers.
An angry, but cute, idol.
Traditional Tree 2 – This is the second “non-Disney” tree at Disney Springs. It’s the biggest and decorated in gold and silver. It’s the perfect spot for a family photo and today it’s the perfect spot to end our photo tour!

Hunting down 20 Christmas Trees (even with a map) isn’t as easy as you’d think. The “Team from the North” returned home and realized it only had photos of 17 trees. Thankfully, the Florida team was able to capture photos of the final three.

We hope you enjoyed this photo tour of the 2021 Christmas Tree Stroll. All of us at Main Street Pop In wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

If you’d like to see our photo tour of the 2020 Christmas Tree Stroll, CLICK HERE.

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