Epcot’s Living with the Land Celebrates the Holidays with Greenhouse Decorations (Photos, Video)

Hi everyone!

Epcot’s Living with the Land attraction decorates for Halloween and the Christmas holidays, and it’s always fun to see what they come up with! Really, Disney just needs to start calling it “Living with the Land Holiday” because the Cast Members put a lot of effort into making the greenhouse festive! Here is a look at our boat ride from yesterday.

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Epcot is decorated all over the park for the holidays, including this snowman between Future World and World Showcase.

Living with the Land is inside The Land pavilion, near Soarin’ Around the World.

Here is our video of the attraction, then keep reading for the photos!

Christmas lights are reflected on the water from the tree up ahead.

Ribbons decorate this area.

The sand snowman has been around for years during the holidays, he used to be about the only decoration here. Over the past few years, Disney had decorated much more with no fanfare. It is always a fun surprise to see the attraction!

This palm tree includes blue lights.

Garland and ornaments line the waterfall/pond.

Alligators are no longer in this area, but Christmas lights are.

The fish tanks are decorated with Christmas garland and lights.

Even the tanks that are here for shrimp have lights in them.

We are heading into the next part of the greenhouse.

This tree is decorated for Christmas.

This is my favorite! I believe it is new this year as well. The Mickey head includes a red nose and antlers like Rudolph.

Winter melons have ribbons on them.

A closer look at them.

Garland is wrapped around poles here.

Gold garland.

Not for the holidays, but the Mickey head in the lettuce has taken shape here.

More garland.

Christmas lights can be seen on the tree (or large plant) in the back.

Snowflakes are dangled from above.

Snowflakes close-up.

And where we rarely see anyone working (this is at the end of the greenhouse part of the tour), there are snowflakes on the glass.

I highly recommend a stop at Living with the Land during the holidays!