“Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? In the lane, snow is glistening”
And at Walt Disney World, giant, beautiful, and completely edible gingerbread houses can be found throughout the Resort. Much like the gingerbread house created for Haunted Mansion Holiday at Disneyland Resort, each Walt Disney World holiday gingerbread house is unique and created specifically for the area it will be displayed in.
Here’s where you can find this year’s gingerbread houses at Walt Disney World Resort, as well as their different designs, according to Disney Parks Blog.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Lobby
- This stunning life-size storybook gingerbread house with “cinnamon clouds” puffing from the chimney is beautifully decorated with white chocolate candy canes, edible snowflakes, and sugar poinsettias. Treats for sale include house-made Gingerbread Houses and Gingerbread Ornaments. (Nov. 10-Jan. 1)
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
- This life-size spinning carousel is a holiday tradition at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. The Little Mermaid is the theme with hand-painted holiday characters, handcrafted gingerbread shingles, and fondant snowflakes. And don’t forget to pop over to the Yacht Club lobby and see the adorable holiday village with a miniature train. (Nov.1-Jan. 2)
EPCOT – The American Adventure Rotunda
- The American Adventure Gingerbread Display – The EPCOT pastry chefs have recreated the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and The American Adventure building in miniature edible versions. (Nov. 26-Dec. 30)
It is important to note that the dates that these gingerbread houses will be on display do not necessarily line up with the dates for Walt Disney World’s holiday season, which will begin on November 12. For example, the gingerbread house at the American Adventure at EPCOT will not be available until November 26 and will be taken down on December 30.
In addition to the gorgeous gingerbread houses, there will be a ton of incredible eats and treats that you can find throughout the four main theme Parks, as well as at numerous Disney hotels. EPCOT International Festival of Holidays will also begin on November 26, but the foodie guide for that popular festival has not been released yet.
Do you love seeing the giant gingerbread houses at Walt Disney World?