Disney’s Contemporary Resort is offering up a chocolate Easter Egg Display this year, just as Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort has for 4 years. This is the first time I can remember the chocolate eggs being in one place here. In previous years, decorated eggs have been scattered about the front desk and restaurants – it is nice to see them all together! I think there are many more eggs than I’ve ever seen as well at the resort. Eggs include Baymax; Marie from “The Aristocats”; “Frozen Fever” and the Mad Tea Party. The chocolate eggs range in height from 8″ – 25″ tall, and weigh 10-40 pounds.
The sign gives information about this creative display, which is under the direction of Pastry Chef Jeff Barnes. He also leads the team for the yearly gingerbread display. It took 4 weeks to create the eggs!
The backdrop for the display is the Mary Blair mural in the Grand Canyon Concourse.
Here is a look at the display on video, then keep reading for the photos and more information!
There are about 25 eggs for guests to view here, including Baymax from Big Hero 6.
This is the first of two Frozen Fever eggs, featuring Anna’s cake and Elsa’s braid.
Marie from The Aristocats is in this smaller egg.
Olaf is in the other Frozen Fever egg.
The centerpiece of all the display pieces is the Alice in Wonderland Mad Tea Party. It looks more like a cake than an egg, I’m not sure what foundation it started with.
Here are some close-up shots on the Mad Tea Party centerpiece. The Mad Hatter’s hat, the Chesire Cat and so much more can be found here!
Pumpkins and Cinderella’s slipper are inside.
I didn’t notice the silhouette until just now – the Evil Queen with the silhouette of Snow White.
Tinker Bell on a beautifully painted egg.
Alice in Wonderland.
Nemo from Finding Nemo.
Minnie Mouse on a chocolate egg.
Mickey Mouse on a chocolate egg.
Sorcerer Mickey’s hat, The Jungle Book and more.
There are a couple of eggs that I think were shown previously, including The Jungle Book.
It’s a Small World.
A wider look at some of the eggs.
Jack Skellington egg with bunny ears.
Rose petals dropping from this rose.
Minnie Mouse and a lion egg (which we have seen before at the resort).
Chocolate egg with roses.
Tinker Bell egg.
A monorail travels past the egg display.
Easter baskets are for sale in the shops of the 4th floor.
Mickey hands are a lot of fun inside this basket!
I am not sure what the last day of the display will be, but it is nice to see so many wonderfully creative eggs this year in one place at Disney’s Contemporary Resort!