Disney By The Numb3rs

Christmas By The Numb3rs




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In this section we show you how Disney does Christmas with all their decorations

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Christmas By The Numbers 2013

1,300 decorated trees throughout property

25 feet in diameter wreath is adorning the Cirque du Soleil building at Downtown Disney West Side

10 miles of twinkling rope lights in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

150 semi-trailer truckloads of decorations for 24 resorts, 4 theme parks, Downtown Disney and other locations

15 miles of garland strung and 1,314 wreaths hung throughout the Vacation Kingdom

300,000 yards of ribbon and bows draping over Christmas trees across property

8.5 million lights strung throughout Walt Disney World Resort

98 percent of the lighting used for holiday décor is LED, 2 percent is compact florescent

11 countries dressed for Holidays Around the World at Epcot World Showcase

800 performers each night during Candlelight Processional at Epcot

200 guest choirs during the entire run of Candlelight Processional

26 feet wide base is on the Christmas tree in the Magic Kingdom

1 70-foot-tall tree takes center stage in Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance lobby featuring nearly 35,800 white LED lights

365 days of the year that guests can shop for holiday merchandise at the Disney’s Days of Christmas shop in Downtown Disney Marketplace

100 percent chance of snow flurries during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, taking place on select holiday evenings in Magic Kingdom

6 life-sized creations cooked up by Walt Disney World pastry chefs, including:

1 16-foot-tall gingerbread house at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa baked with 1,050 pounds of honey and involving more than 160 hours of decorating

1 life-size gingerbread carousel at Disney’s Beach Club Resort featuring ponies made of chocolate and fondant, giant candy cane poles, handcrafted poinsettias and hand-painted portraits of famous Disney characters

Disneyland

1955 is when Walt Disney placed the 1st Christmas tree at the hub of Disneyland.

70,000 LED lights are on the christmas tree on Main Street

1,800 ornaments are used to decorate the tree on Main Street

2008 is the first time in 53 years that the Christmas tree on Main Street will be artificial.

60 feet tall is the new artificial tree used at the hub of Disneyland

5 feet below ground start the foundation for the Christmas tree at the hub of Disneyland

42 inches tall is the star that on top of the Christmas tree at the hub of Disneyland

300,000 molded pine tip branches are on the new fake Christmas tree

1,200 large branches are on the new fake Christmas tree

2,000 ornaments are on the Christmas tree at the hub of Disneyland

2/1 starts the work on rehab and tagging all the holiday decorations for the following year

120 days were need to make the new artificial Christmas tree at the hub of Disneyland

3 to 4 days are needed to just decorate Main Street of Disneyland.

2 to 3 days are needed to decorate each “land” at Disneyland

50 cast members are needed to decorate each land, which include Resort enhancement, Entertainment teams, Tech Services.

10,000 to 15,000 Christmas bulbs are used to decorate Main Street

5 nights are needed to setup the holiday decorations in New Orleans Square

25 cast members are used each night to setup the holiday decorations in New Orleans Square

7 foot tall sculpture angel is in New Orleans Square for the holidays

50,000 lights are used on the façade of it’s a Small World during the holidays

12 cast members are used to decorate it’s a Small World for the holidays

7 to 8 weeks are needed to decorate it’s a Small World for the holidays

250,000 to 500,00 lights are used inside it’s a Small World to decorate this attraction for the holidays

75,000 lights are on the Snowflake Tree near it’s a Small World

20,000 pounds of “snow” are used to decorate Sleeping Beauty castle

9 nights were need to complete the “Holiday” over lay on the Sleeping Beauty castle

3 household circuits is all the power the castle lights need to operate each night

7,410 total feet of ribbon is used to make 812 bows. That’s 1.4 miles of ribbon!

2,365 ornaments on the Christmas tree on Main Street, U.S.A.

79,000 ornaments all throughout Main Street.

2,015 feet of garland help set the holiday tone.

10,395 lights make everything sparkle and just a little bit brighter.

5,500 lights is the minimum amount of lights on each Christmas tree throughout out Disneyland

30’ long x 11’ wide x 18’ high and weighing 16,600 pounds is the dimensions and weight of the largest float in the Christmas parade

50-foot Christmas tree will adorn Carthay Circle along Buena Vista Street.

it's a small world - Disneyland

20 employees work for 17 days, 10 to 12 hours a day to add the holiday decorations to this attraction.

50,000 lights are added to the facade in 6 colors, as well as 2,000 clear flashers.

350,000 watts of light are produced by the 50,000 lights

150,000 mini lights go on the trees, hedges and topiaries nearby it’s a small world attraction.

60,000 cable ties, 3,000 connectors, 25,000 feet of extension cords and 18,000 feet of electrical tape are used to complete the it’s a small world holiday decorations

2011 a giant snowman was added, this was the first item added since 1966

14 feet tall is the height of the new (2100) snowman

1500 pounds is the total weight of the snowman

16 snowflakes are spinning around the snowman's head

8 more snowflakes dangle below the snowman

100,000 mini -lights are on the inside of it’s a small world holiday overlay

15 season have gone by as of 2011 where Disneyland has done the holiday overlay

6 brilliant colors that interplay with clear twinkling lights are used in holiday light

300,000 watts of light bring the holiday lights to life

1 20-foot Christmas tree is in the scene that pays homage to “The Nutcracker.”

100 percent of the holiday overlay props and scenic elements used are actually stored inside the attraction all year ‘round!

12 Technical Services cast members 5 nights a week for 7 weeks (35 days!) to install the glittering yuletide façade. Inside the attraction it takes more than 20 Technical Services cast members 18 days in a row to decorate the holiday attraction’s dazzling interior!

Christmas Fantasy Parade (Disneyland)

105 performers used in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

18 float drivers used in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

12 musicians are costumed as toy soldiers from the Disney movie “Babes in Toyland.” in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

11 wardrobe and costuming specialists are needed for the Christmas Fantasy Parade

7 assistant stage managers is needed for the Christmas Fantasy Parade

4 maintenance cast members is needed for the Christmas Fantasy Parade

3 hair and make up artists is needed for the Christmas Fantasy Parade

1 athletic trainer is needed for the Christmas Fantasy Parade

4 Female Mailroom Elves and 2 Male Mailroom Elves perform with mailbags along and atop the float in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

8 Snowflake performers skate down the parade route on roller skates in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

8 Snow people scurry along the parade route, 4 male, 4 female in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

6 Candy Bakers, 3 Male, 3 Female help Goofy and Max, who are atop the Gingerbread float, wreak some havoc in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

8 Ball Dancers dance beautifully in front and behind the Candlelight Ball float in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

6 Toy Factory Elves dance alongside the float in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

8 Finale Dancers, 4 male, 4 female dance and sing to Christmas carols in the Christmas Fantasy Parade

2 Finale Elves dance on the back of the Finale float in the Christmas Parade

6 major “units,” each consisting of multiple floats. The units are Santa’s Cottage, the Winter Wonderland Ice Rink, the Candy Shop, the Christmas
Ball, the Toy Factory and the Finale featuring Santa’s sleigh.

Walt Disney World

11 miles of garland, 3,000 wreaths and 1,500 Christmas trees are spread around during the holiday season. The tallest is a 70-foot tree in Disney's Contemporary Resort. In addition, trees, which range in height from 45 to 70 feet, are placed in prominent positions in the theme parks.

15 miles of garland are to decorate at WDW during Christmas season.

1,500 Christmas trees are used all around the WDW property for decorating.

737 decorated trees are used throughout the WDW property

25 feet in diameter wreath is adorning the Cirque du Soleil building at Downtown Disney West Side

10 miles of twinkling rope lights are used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

98 percent of the lighting used for holiday décor at WDW is LED

150 tractor-trailer truckloads of decorations are used for 24 resorts, 4 theme parks, Downtown Disney and other locations

1,314 wreaths were used to decorate WDW in 2011

300,000 yards of ribbon and bows are draped over the WDW Christmas trees across property

8.5 million lights strung throughout Walt Disney World Resort

11 countries are dressed for Holidays Around the World at Epcot World Showcase

26 feet wide is the width of the Christmas tree used in Magic Kingdom

1 70-foot-tall tree in Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance lobby featuring nearly 35,800 white LED lights

35,800 white LED lights are used on the tree at the Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance lobby

6 life-sized creations cooked up by Walt Disney World pastry chefs, including a 16-foot-tall gingerbread house at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa baked with 1,050 pounds of honey and a gingerbread carousel at Disney’s Beach Club Resort featuring ponies made of chocolate and fondant with giant candy cane poles

80% of the Disneyland resort gets some kind of holiday decorations

50 to 75 4” plants are used to create 1 Poinsettia ball during the holidays

430,000 incandescent holiday lights were converted to LEDs, saving an estimated 1.1 million kilowatt hours throughout the holiday season, which is enough to power 61 homes annually.

1,300 christmas trees are erected at Walt Disney World resort, that includes the parks and hotels

54,000 square feet of warehouse space is used for the holiday services facility

1 room in the holiday services warehouse is just dedicated for storing all the ribbon

25 full time cast members work in the holiday services warehouse facility year round, the number quadruples when they go to install the decorations

40 trailers are loaded when the holiday decoration are being installed, these trailers will be turned more 150 times before the decoration process is
complete

25 foot diameter Mickey is the newest and largest Miskey wreath on property this year. The ear alone is 18 feet in diameter (2009)

25 pieces make up the new MICKEY wreath hung on the Contemporary resort, this is also the largest holiday Mickey on display (2009)

10 days are need to remove all the holiday decorations at the end of the season

9 hours of holiday installation is needed to do all the holiday decoration for the interior and exterior of Main Street

65 feet tall is how high some of the icon Christmas trees are that Disney installs all around Walt Disney World

5 to 6 years is the life span of a christmas tree at WDW

600 pieces of popcorn is made by hand and decorated and painted by Disney artists to be used on the different christmas trees

6.5 hours are needed to setup just 1 65 foot christmas tree

200 holiday topiaries are used to decorate the Walt Disney World resort

100,000 poinsettias are used to decorate all of WDW landscape

30 to 40 poinsettias are used to make just 1 poinsettias ball you will see hanging all around WDW

25,000 poinsettias are used to decorate the Magic Kingdom for the holidays

2 nights are needed and a crew of 30 people to do the holiday landscaping at the Magic Kingdom

5,500 lights is the minimum amount of lights on each Christmas tree throughout out WDW

30 Disney characters dress in Christmas attire during the holiday season

Magic Kingdom

65 foot Christmas tree is erected in the center of main street each Christmas season.

37 decorated trees are used throughout property

25 feet in diameter wreath will be adorning the Cirque du Soleil building at Downtown Disney West Side

10 miles of twinkling rope lights in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

150 tractor-trailer truckloads of decorations for 24 resorts, 4 theme parks, Downtown Disney and other locations

15 miles of garland strung and 1,314 wreaths hung throughout the Vacation Kingdom

300,000 yards of ribbon and bows draping over Christmas trees across property

8.5 million lights strung throughout Walt Disney World Resort

98 percent of the lighting used for holiday décor is LED

11 countries dressed for Holidays Around the World at Epcot World Showcase

26 feet wide Christmas tree is used in the Magic Kingdom

1 70-foot-tall tree takes center stage in Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance lobby featuring nearly 35,800 white LED lights

6 life-sized creations cooked up by Walt Disney World pastry chefs, including:

1 16-foot-tall gingerbread house at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa baked with 1,050 pounds of honey and involving more than 160 hours of decorating

1 life-size gingerbread carousel at Disney’s Beach Club Resort featuring ponies made of chocolate and fondant, giant candy cane poles, handcrafted poinsettias and hand-painted portraits of famous Disney characters

100 percent chance of snow flurries during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, taking place on select holiday evenings in Magic Kingdom

365 days of the year that guests can shop for holiday merchandise at the Disney’s Days of Christmas shop in Downtown Disney Marketplace

60 people are needed for 3 weeks to install all the 200,000 LED dream lights

105 different circuits are used to make the castles lights come to life

74 LED spot lights surround the castle and wash the castle in different colors

Very Merry Christmas Party

300,000 cookies are consumed each night of the party.

1,200 gallons of hot coco are drunk each night of the Christmas party.

5500 lights are hung on each icon Christmas tree in each park or resort for the holidays.

70 ton crane is used to position the theme park Christmas trees into place each year.

1500 decorated Christmas trees are placed thought the entire WDW property.

8.5 million lights are hung to decorate the WDW property for Christmas.

15 miles of garland are used to decorate the WDW property for Christmas.

300,000 yards of ribbon are used to decorate the WDW property for Christmas.

164 performers appear in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime Parade.

Cinderella's Castle

200,000 LED Dream lights adorn the castle which made their debuted in 2007

500 strobes are used to help create the sparkling lighting effect

32,000 square feet of fish netting was used to help hang the LED lights on the Castle

15 miles of cable were used to hang all the lights and netting, which was also dyed to match the Castles colors

Epcot

11 countries are dressed for Holidays Around the World at Epcot World Showcase

30,000 lights are used on the Lights of Winter display canopy as you enter the World Showcase

65 foot tree is on display at Epcot each Christmas season

800 performers are used each night during Candlelight Processional at Epcot

1,200 stuffed Duffy bears make up the newest Christmas tree in Epcot

200 guest choirs during the entire run of Candlelight Processional

Liberty Inn Gingerbread House - Epcot

820 pounds of sugar is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

135 pounds of butter is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

1040 pounds of eggs is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

150 pounds of chocolate chip is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

470 pounds of flour is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

2 pounds of baking soda is used to create the life size Gingerbread house

Disney Hollywood Studio

10 miles of twinkling rope lights are used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

1995 was the first year of the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

3.5 million lights were used in the Original family display of the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

5 million plus lights are use in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights display.

500,000 strands of lights are used

100 bulbs are on each strand used

80,000 lights are on the 70 foot tree with 3 layers of color

40 snow machines use 100 gallons of snow fluid each night

40 hidden Mickey's are used in the display 2010

50 hidden Mickey's are used in the display 2011

100 lights are in each strand used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

35 miles of electrical wiring is used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

4 moving trucks originally used to move all the family lights and displays to Walt Disney World

25 to 35 hidden Mickey’s are in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

70 foot Christmas tree is used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

30 technicians work from setup the lights from August thru mid November for the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights.

10 miles of rope light is used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

21,000 hours and 10 weeks of setup are needed to install the 5 million lights at the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney Hollywood Studios.

350 miles of Christmas lights wrap around the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights display. Don't forget the 71 miles of extension cables, either!!!

1 million and more tie wraps are used to setup the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights.

800,000 watts of electricity are needed to light the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights display.

32.2 miles of extension cords are used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights display.

150 angels are used in the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights display.

Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

2001 is the year Mickey’s Jammin Jungle Parade
15 minutes is the approximate length of the Jammin parade

5 character-based safari vehicles

4 drum sculptures are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

3 rickshaw taxis are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

8 animal puppets are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

16 Disney characters are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

10 Party Animal stilt walkers are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

10 Party Patrols are used in Mickey's Jammin Jungle Parade

8 abstract animal puppets were designed by Michael Curry Designs in Portland, Ore., which created the puppets for “The Lion King” on Broadway.

60 cast members including performers, drivers and coordinators participate in the parade.

25 spectators will be selected daily to ride in the opening unit, 3 guest rickshaws and the finale unit. Guests will be given Kodak disposable cameras
so they can capture the special moment aboard the parade.

Contemporary Resort & Bay Lake Tower Resort

Contemporary Resort & Bay Lake Tower (2011)

17-foot gingerbread tree decorated with chocolate ornaments

4,939 shingles are used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

750 pounds of flour were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

510 pounds of honey were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

100 pounds of powdered sugar were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

375 ounces of spice were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

360 eggs were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

45 quarts of syrup were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

40 pints plus 1 cup of egg whites were used to create the holiday gingerbread tree

1 70-foot-tall tree is at Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance featuring nearly 35,000 white LED lights

35,000 white lights adorn the 70 foot Christmas tree each year.

25 foot diameter Mickey is the newest and largest Miskey wreath hung outside the Contemporary Resort. The ear alone is 18 feet in diameter.

25 pieces make up the new MICKEY wreath hung on the Contemporary resort, this is also the largest holiday Mickey on display.

1 70-foot-tall tree takes center stage in Disney’s Contemporary Resort entrance lobby featuring nearly 35,800 white LED lights

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Contemporary Resort & Bay Lake Tower (2010)

17-foot gingerbread tree decorated with chocolate ornaments and candy canes is located at the Contemporary Resort

4,939 shingles are used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

1,050 pounds of honey were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

800 pounds of flour were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

600 pounds of powdered sugar were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

35 pounds of spices were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

600 pounds of chocolate were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

180 pounds of apricot glaze were used to create the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

50 eggs were used to make the 17 feet tall ginger bread tree at the Contemporary resort

1,200 hours of labor are needed gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

25 bakers were needed to create the 17 foot tall gingerbread tree

3 days are need to construct the gingerbread christmas tree at the contemporary resort

6 feet wide is the width of the new gingerbread tree at the Contemporary Resort

75 pounds of icing were used to make the 17 feet tall gingerbread tree at the Contemporary resort

Grand Floridian Resort

Grand Floridian Resort (2011)

40 foot tree is erected in the lobby with more than 45,000 lights. This tree is erected all in one night.

16 foot high by 17 foot wide gingerbread house is erected each year in the lobby of the Grand Floridian.

200 square feet of lobby space is used for the gingerbread house.

10 men and 6 days will be used to create the wood frame for the gingerbread house.

60 sheets of plywood and 40 windows will be on the gingerbread house.

40 window panes were used to create the gingerbread house

80 square feet of retail space is create inside the gingerbread house

100 square feet of display are available in the gingerbread house

1,000 board feet of trim will be added to the gingerbread house.

1050 of honey is used to create the gingerbread house

140 pints of egg whites is used to create the gingerbread house

700 pounds of chocolate is used to create the gingerbread house

800 pounds of flour is used to create the gingerbread house

35 pounds of spices is used to create the gingerbread house

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Grand Floridian Resort (2010)


40 foot tree is erected in the lobby with more than 45,000 lights. This tree is erected all in one night.

16 foot high by 17 foot wide gingerbread house is erected each year in the lobby of the Grand Floridian.

200 square feet of lobby space is used for the gingerbread house.

10 men and 6 days will be used to create the wood frame for the gingerbread house.

60 sheets of plywood and 40 windows will be on the gingerbread house.

1,000 board feet of trim will be added to the gingerbread house.

1,050 pounds of honey are used to make the gingerbread.

600 pounds of chocolate are used to make the gingerbread house

800 pounds of flour are used to make the honey dough for the gingerbread house.

180 pounds of apricot glaze are used to make the gingerbread house

35 pounds of spices are needed to make the gingerbread house

400 hours of baking will be needed to make the 2,000 pounds gingerbread pieces

160 hours are needed for decorating the house

10,000 pieces of gingerbread are needed to cover the gingerbread house.

600 pounds of powdered sugar are used to dust the ginger house to make it look like snow.

140 pints of egg whites are used to create the royal icing.

500 pounds of royal icing is created to use on the gingerbread house

40 window panes were used to create the gingerbread house

80 square feet of retail space is create inside the gingerbread house

100 square feet of display are available in the gingerbread house

Disney Beach Club Resort

Disney’s Beach Club Resort Carousel (2011)

36 pounds of honey are used to create the carousel

96 pounds of bread flour were used to create the gingerbread carousel

100 pints of eggs were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 pounds of spices were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 quarts of simple syrup were used to create the gingerbread carousel

150 pounds of icing were used to create the gingerbread carousel

50 pounds of dark chocolate were used to create the gingerbread carousel

50 pounds of modeling chocolate were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 quarts of egg whites were used to create the gingerbread carousel

200 gum paste flowers were used to create the gingerbread carousel

2011 pieces of gingerbread were used to create the gingerbread carousel

12 hidden Mickey’s are hidden on the gingerbread carousel

5 Disney Character can also be found (MIckey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy & Pluto)

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Disney Beach Club Resort Christmas Carousel

2,000 cookies are used to create the carousel

50 pounds of chocolate are used for each carousel.

1,200 gingerbread shingles are used to cover the carousel.

44 Mickey flags from around the globe are used to trim the carousel.

10 “hidden Mickeys,” were placed on the carousel in 2009, 1 for each year since the gingerbread carousel is celebrating its 10 year anniversary

36 pounds of honey were used to create the gingerbread carousel

96 pounds of bread flour were used to create the gingerbread carousel

100 pints of eggs were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 pounds of spices were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 quarts of simple syrup were used to create the gingerbread carousel

100 pounds of icing were used to create the gingerbread carousel

50 pounds of dark chocolate were used to create the gingerbread carousel

10 quarts of egg whites were used to create the gingerbread carousel

100 pounds of confectioner sugar were used to create the gingerbread carousel

Disneys’s Boardwalk Resort

Boardwalk Decorations 2011

The Stitch Display contains:

50 pounds of Icing

401 gum paste and sugar flowers

301 pounds of chocolate

2011 gingerbread pieces

1 stitch

15 hidden Mickeys

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Boardwalk Decorations 2009

5 chefs worked 400 hours to build the Boardwalk replica each year.

80 pounds of chocolate are used to create the Boardwalk replica.

40 chocolate planks are recreated for the replica.

8 foot high roller coaster is created for the replica

5 foot high ferries wheel is created for the replica boardwalk.

6 ginger bread buildings are used along with 30 chocolate people

Disney Wilderness Lodge

50 foot tree is placed in the lobby of this resort each Christmas season.

Downtown Disney

25 feet in diameter wreath is adorning the Cirque du Soleil building at Downtown Disney West Side

365 days of the year that guests can shop for holiday merchandise at the Disney’s Days of Christmas shop in Downtown Disney Marketplace

Disney Cruise Line

1,016 feet of garland, which is more than 3 football fields and nearly enough to stretch the entire length of the ship

66 holiday sprays ranging from 15 inches to 6 feet

29 wreaths ranging from 24 inches to 5 feet in diameter

41 Christmas trees ranging from 2 feet to 30 feet

1 20-foot-tall tree takes center stage in the atrium lobby weighing more than 1 ton and featuring 300 branches and more than 20,000 white LED lights

1,016 feet of garland, which is more than 3 football fields and nearly enough to stretch the entire length of the ship

66 holiday sprays ranging from 15 inches to 6 feet

29 wreaths ranging from 24 inches to 5 feet in diameter

41 Christmas trees ranging from 2 feet to 30 feet

1 20-foot-tall tree takes center stage in the atrium lobby weighing more than 1 ton and featuring 300 branches and more than 20,000 white LED
lights

300+ pieces of holiday decor were used on the Disney Dream

29 wreaths were used on the Disney Dream

41 Christmas trees were used on the Disney Dream

237 square feet, this gingerbread house is on the Disney Dream is the largest holiday culinary creation in the Disney Cruise Line

320 hours are needed to bake and assemble the gingerbread house on the Disney Dream

650 pounds of gingerbread dough were used for the gingerbread house on the Disney Dream

5,250 gingerbread bricks were used for the gingerbread house on the Disney Dream

220 pounds of icing sugar were used for the gingerbread house on the Disney Dream