May has arrived! While we’re unable to visit the parks right now, thanks to DisneyParksBlog, we can still see a glimpse of Spring in full bloom at Disney Parks around the world. Check out this special collection of new and past favorite Disney springtime images right from the comfort of your home.
A journey through the enchanted Fairy Tale Forest and other areas at Hong Kong Disneyland is breathtaking in spring. Fairy Tale Forest is a whimsical garden featuring classic Disney Fairytales as living storybooks.
At Disneyland Resort, the flowers are bright and beautiful — from Fantasyland to Cars Land, including a strikingly colorful entrance to Disneyland park.
Nature blooms in vivid color this time of year at Shanghai Disney Resort, as cherry and plum blossoms, apple floral archways, tulips, roses and more transform the landscape into a fantastic natural wonderland.
At Disneyland Paris, lush, colorful flowers spiral out from the hub of Disneyland Park at the foot of Sleeping Beauty Castle, better known here as Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant.
Even at Walt Disney Studios Park, guests are greeted with lively poppies at the feet of one of only five Partners statues around the world depicting Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse together.
And at Castaway Cay, which is reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests, the island is a Bahamian paradise during spring with stunning plants and trees.
The start of May at Walt Disney World Resort is also when our whimsical character topiaries come to life. The selection of horticulture spring masterpieces at EPCOT usually include new characters and returning favorites.
This time of year, a favorite Adventures by Disney vacation spot – the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland – will give you goose-bumps with breathtaking flowers in an area of immense natural beauty.
And at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, the gorgeous landscape is filled with plants and brilliant green trees and offers unforgettable scenes of beauty.
We hope you enjoy this special look at the colors of spring at Disney parks around the world and remember, “The wonders of nature are endless,” Walt Disney.