One of our family's holiday traditions is to tour the Walt Disney World Resorts to see the beautiful decorations. This season we visited three resorts: Animal Kingdom Lodge, Grand Floridian Resort and the Wilderness Lodge.
Our first resort was the Animal Kingdom Lodge. The magnificant Christmas tree and holiday decorations in the lobby were stunning.
When we walked into the lobby, we heard invigorating drummers entertaining the guests.
I posted a live video to Facebook while we were visiting but you can watch it below.
The detailed and unique decorations on the beautiful tree keep true to the Animal Kingdom Lodge theme.
The next resort we visited was the Grand Floridian Hotel. This resort lives up to all expectations each year as we are enthralled with the outstanding life-sized gingerbread house and the beautiful Christmas tree. Both are located in the lobby of this deluxe resort.
Views from the second floor of the lobby.
The tree is stunning.
The amaing, detailed gingerbread house. The chimney also produces a sweet smelling smoke every few minutes.
Guests can purchase snacks at the gingerbread house.
The final resort we visited was the Wilderness Lodge. We enjoyed our ride on the boat over to this beautifuly decorated resort.
We love the Wilderness Lodge lobby, especially during the holidays. The beautiful tree and rustic decorations are breathtaking.
Decorations can be found throughout the lobby.
I hope you've enjoyed viewing our photos and videos from our visit to Walt Disney World resorts. I also hope that one day you'll be able to see the beautiful holiday decorations in person.
Maureen is married and has a son with autism. She and her family visit an Orlando Theme Park nearly every weekend. Maureen created AutismAtTheParks to help vacationers who have a family member with a developmental disability to better navigate and enjoy the theme parks. She is also a contributor to the Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Periscope.
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