Disney’s Yacht Club Resort has its annual holiday train display up! I posted this morning about Disney’s Beach Club Gingerbread Carousel, and both are wonderful holiday traditions. It has changed some through the years, mostly with added pieces – often in the form of Disney Department 56 figures. There are a few pieces I don’t recognize from previous years.
One side of the display is mostly Disney themed with some other figures. The other side is a traditional seaside village with no Disney to it. Here is a look in photos at the display. The train does circle around but not all the time, there is a schedule listed and that is below.
Many of the pieces are Department 56 on this side, including Mickey’s Gumball Emporium. I don’t remember that piece.
Mickey builds snowmen.
Tinkerbell is here at a house.
Tinker Bell is next to a tree topped by Mickey ears.
Dumbo is peeking out here.
Frozen has a whole area here now.
Kristoff, Sven and Anna.
Olaf and Elsa.
Wandering Oaken’s. And in the display, there are signs that represent locations at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort. Ship Shape is below.
There are a lot of Disney pieces. The Beaches & Cream sign is partly hidden.
Mater is back.
Small Disney chairs and another sign, this one for Atlantic Wear and Wardrobe – this is a former shop here.
Rudolph and Clarice.
Mickey and Minnie skating.
Here is the other side of the display.
Gondolas move up and down.
Hurricane Hanna’s Grill.
Here is a look at most of the large display on this side. I am just showing a small amount of scenes.
There is a toy shop.
This home includes a snowman, snowblower and more.
Here is a closer look at the driveway.
Here the display is called a Christmas Village (I don’t remember a sign ever before) and it lists the train schedule.
The Yacht Club Galley is noted on this sign.
The lights are always pretty.
There is a lot of activity within. I didn’t even notice the barbershop group to the right.
I could probably take 1000 photos and not find every detail in this display. It really is always a wonderful tradition for me to see and definitely check it out if you are at Walt Disney World during the holidays!
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