Disney’s Beach Club Resort is offering a chocolate Easter Egg Display this year! I didn’t know this was coming, so it was a nice suprise when I first saw photos of it online a day or two back. We always try to visit Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort on the first day of its display, and it’s wonderful to have even more creative eggs to enjoy (Disney’s Contemporary Resort usually has eggs as well). The lobby of Disney’s Beach Club Resort is where the Gingerbread Carousel is every year during the Christmas season, and the egg display is in that location. It is amazing that the team from Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club took 4 months to create these beautiful eggs, and the display includes 500 pounds of chocolate and 200 pounds of fondant. There was nothing mentioning when the display would be up until.
Disney’s Beach Club Resort is just a few minutes walk from Epcot via the International Gateway.
This sign gives a little information about the display.
From this angle, the highly detailed Wreck-It Ralph egg is next to the Easter Baymax egg.
Here is our video of the eggs, then keep reading the article!
Easter Baymax holds a chick.
Stitch sticks out his tongue while in an egg. He is joined by Scrump, a Lilo egg and…Heihei.
Stitch is adorable from the front, he was also part of Disney’s Beach Club Gingerbread Carousel this year.
Heihei next to the Lilo egg.
One more look at this egg set.
Beauty and the Beast egg.
A look at the eggs from this side.
There are also quite a few bunnies and eggs scattered throughout, along with jelly beans.
The Wreck-It Ralph egg is the most detailed of all the eggs, with a lot to look at. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is scheduled to open later this year!
Here it is from further back. It is bigger than it looks here.
Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope.
“You’re My Hero” medal.
Spectators made of candy.
Taffyta Muttonfudge and Fix-It Felix.
Danger sign, since there is Nesquik-sand.
The back of the Wreck-It Ralph display egg also has some figures and signs.
Chip is in the center of the display. There are a number of hidden Mickeys, including one here in the bubbles (on top).
Chip up close.
This is how Chip looks behind Stitch.
Happy Easter cake with bunny.
Peter Pan egg with Tink on top.
The back shows the characters flying.
Bambi and Thumper are on this egg.
Flower is on the back. Eggs at the various resorts often have artwork even when it is harder to see.
Sulley, Roz and Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc. are here, with Randall to the side.
Mike Wazowski with a hidden Mickey.
Randall can be seen here, but the best part is the next photo…
Cruella DeVil, Maleficent and Queen of Hearts eggs.
There is a hidden Mickey here and a tag.
Donald, Minnie, Mickey, Pluto and Goofy are eggs in this display.
Mickey, Pluto and Goofy.
Donald, Minnie and Mickey.
Goofy, Pluto and Mickey from the back.
This egg has Mickey heads on it.
This egg has Mickey ears on top, and “Disney” spelled out to look like the characters.
The other side of the display is closer to the front door.
This Mary Poppins carousel features penguins.
The two penguins.
A carousel horse.
A bunny holds an egg.
An Easter egg tree.
And a small bunny.
This display is so creative, this is wonderful first outing (first that I know of anyway) from Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort!