Continuing our seasonal coverage, we’re off to Disney’s Boardwalk Inn to visit another charming gingerbread house. Believe it or not, the gingerbread display at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn is a condensed replica of the Boardwalk Deli. However, this year’s display is intricately different from what we’ve seen.
Of course, all the gingerbread displays at Walt Disney World are extraordinary. However, this one stands out a tad more since it’s modeled after the Boardwalk. If you love gingerbread displays, you’ll adore this one. The attention to detail given to this work of art is almost unrivaled.
*Boardwalk’s gingerbread house will be on display through December 27, 2023.
Boardwalk’s gingerbread display sits in the center of the resort’s lobby. A sign above the awning reads “Boardwalk Deli.” This year’s display is a scaled-down version of the Boardwalk instead of the usual rectangular design from previous years.
Here is the right side of the magnificent structure.
A closer look reveals a Mickey-shaped wreath with lots of Mickey and other classic character ornaments.
On the opposite side, we see another wreath and signage for Disney’s Boardwalk.
I spot two hidden Mickey’s.
This year, the windows are rooms in Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. The guests appear to be silhouettes of our favorite characters looking out from their window to the Boardwalk. A pair of doors open in the middle to reveal an Orange Bird. Unfortunately, they weren’t open during my visit.
Above the bakery window, we see Pluto, and I believe that’s Figaro, the cat.
Underneath, Mickey and Minnie are busy working in the Boardwalk’s Bakery.
Goofy’s silhouette shines through the windows of the Boardwalk Deli. Even the awnings look spot-on this year.
You might also notice the gingerbread boardwalk that extends in front of the display. They thought of everything!
My favorite detail is the drop star tree. This one has a Disney100 tree topper and features purple and silver Mickey and Minnie’s.
I’m also partial to the candy peppermint Mickey’s hidden in the trimming.
A list of fun facts and ingredients sits to the side of the display.
Pins are available commemorating this year’s gingerbread display.
An ornament featuring the gingerbread house with the resort’s logo is also available.
Several treats are available, starting with this Mickey Caramel Corn Cookie.
Christmas snack mix includes peppermint bark, caramel corn, and Christmas Tree crispy rice pops.
I thought these vintage Mickey-shaped cookies looked too pretty to eat.
Gingerbread shingles with the Boardwalk’s logo were also available.
Several warm house-made drinking chocolates were available with the option to add a cordial.
Here is the price list for the gingerbread offerings.
Overall, the entire holiday display at Disney’s Boardwalk is striking. We’ll have a separate post with photos of Disney’s Boardwalk at Christmas to see the rest of the decor.
For more information about Disney’s Boardwalk Inn, you might enjoy:
- Disney’s Boardwalk Inn Review
- Restaurants at Disney’s Boardwalk
- Transportation Options at Disney’s Boardwalk
- Disney’s Boardwalk Inn New Rooms (Photos)
- The Pools at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn
In the Comments
Are you visiting Walt Disney World during this holiday season? Do you have plans to see the gingerbread display at Disney’s Boardwalk? What do you think of this year’s display?