One of my favorite stores in Magic Kingdom is Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe. It is filled year round with some one of a kind Disney Christmas goodies! I could easily spend the better part of an hour browsing just the ornaments alone.
But what I adore more than anything are the Mickey Mouse Nutcrackers. There are so many to choose from… Haunted Mansion… Star Wars… the list goes on and on.
What You’ll Find in Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe:
Ye Old Christmas Shoppe has the largest selection of Disney Nutcrackers at Walt Disney World. They have characters like Olaf from Frozen, Ghosts from Haunted Mansion and of course Mickey and Minnie Mouse Nutcrackers. They come in many different themes as well.
Star Wars fans will find a Mickey Mouse Jedi nutcracker as well as some other Star Wars characters.
There is absolutely no shortage of Christmas ornaments you can buy at this Disney shop. If you are looking for a special gift to bring back home, consider getting a personalized ornament. You can find a large selection of ornaments that can be customized with your name (or the name of a loved one). They will personalize them while you wait.
If you want to do some holiday decorating with a Disney theme, Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe has a ton of merchandise! You will find Christmas tree skirts, Advent calendars and other types of Disney Christmas home decor.
They also have a large supply of Disney character Christmas stockings! I love the idea of each member of the family getting a different Disney character stocking!
Disney Insider TIP: During Christmastime, you can find an area for children to mail Santa a letter. Situated near the register area, you will find crayons, a coloring page and a box marked Dear Santa/ North Pole.
Children can spend time coloring a page to keep OR can send it (using the back for a list) by placing it in the box. Remind children that Santa stops by on his way to the parade to pick up the letters before heading back to the North Pole.
Have you been to Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe? Did you find something you can’t live without?