Disney’s Yacht Club Resort offers a yearly train display for the holiday season. Not a lot has changed with it since last year, with one side as always being mostly a Disney village (“Mickey’s Village”) with a variety of Disney Department 55 figures and then the opposite side is a New England village. This is a large display with a lot of details, and the train does go around at set times. Here is a look at just some of those details.
A few years back, Department 55 Frozen pieces were added to the display. Before that, it was mostly Mickey with some additions including Tinker Bell and Mater.
Elsa, Olaf and Anna.
Mickey pieces including characters.
The snowmen have Mickey ears.
Another notable feature of the display is that there are signs from real shops, restaurants and such (current and former) at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts.
Pluto prances in the snow.
Santa with a gumdrop path is always here.
Mickey is all over the display, in this case with kids building a snowman.
Chairs have Mickey on them.
I mentioned those signs, this one is for the Ship Shape fitness center.
Mater is below.
Another gumdrop path to Minnie’s Bakery.
Mickey’s Village tower.
Cape May Cafe sign.
The other side of the display is very different.
There is someone snowblowing this driveaway.
A house that says “Let it Snow”.
A water tower with a snowman on it. There is a gondola system behind it, that has been part of the display all along.
Hurricane Hanna’s Grill sign.
The center of the village.
This building has the Yacht Club Galley sign.
Villagers go about their day.
This sign says “New England Village”.
A sign for the Captain’s Grille.
And for the Yachtsman Steakhouse.
That is our look at the train display this year!
The Christmas trees in Disney’s Yacht Club Resort are always unique with boats.
And the wreaths as well.
We will be posting more from the holidays at Walt Disney World and will share a roundup of posts as well soon!
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