Christmas decorations start arriving at Walt Disney World on November 1st. While it may take more time than a few days, you can easily see holiday decorations well before we reach Christmas Day.
Grand Floridian Resort
The Grand Floridan has one of the most amazing gingerbread houses anywhere…ever. That’s two stories of Christmas goodness right there.
It’s so large, there is a full sized gift shop operating from inside the house.
They sell snacks, gingerbread, and cupcakes that got a two thumbs up from my son. Sweets and their prices could vary from year to year.
They place trees by the orchestra on the second floor, and they will play Christmas carols at various times, as will the pianist on the ground floor.
The centerpiece of the room is a humongous Christmas tree in the center of the lobby.
Christmas is a really busy time at Disney World, I mean crazy busy, but it’s also the most beautiful time of year for a visit.
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