Mouzing Around at Downtown Disney

Holiday decorated topiary at Downtown Disney


Every photo has a story.

When you need a break from the Walt Disney World theme park holiday crowds, or you  would just like to do some Christmas shopping, look no further than Downtown Disney. There’s no better shopping spot for the  ultimate Disney fan.  With fabulous stores like Once Upon a Toy, World of Disney, and Disney’s Days of Christmas, the Downtown Disney area offers  up a holiday feast for the eyes, ears, and wallet.

Picture this…there are 365 days a year when Florida residents and WDW guests can shop for holiday merchandise at the Disney’s Days of Christmas shop in Downtown  Disney.  Here you’ll find items like ornaments, Christmas hats,  stockings, each with a Disney twist and available for purchase every day of  the year.  But only during the holiday season will you see 150 tractor-trailer truckloads full of decorations spread out across 24 resorts, four theme parks, Downtown Disney and other locations.

While you’re doing your Downtown Disney shopping, be sure to attend some  of the activities held during the Festival of the Seasons there from now until January  8.  You can grab a photo with Santa Claus in person at Santa’s Chalet  until Dec 24th. Festival of the Seasons  showcases holiday carolers plus traditional songs performed by jazz, pop, and  Latin musical entertainers.  You may also catch a glimpse of costumed stilt  walkers, street performers, and at certain times, a holiday dance party with a deejay.

No trip to Downtown Disney would be complete without a snack from Goofy’s Candy Co.  Chocolate-dipped caramel covered  apples, cupcakes, pasteries… the sugary choices are endless, but you’ll be glad you made the trip.

Thanks for stopping by for a photographical Disney ride!

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This article was originally published here at Chip and Co. on Dec 4, 2011.


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