Christmas at Walt’s Apartment

Posted by Matthew Hansen on November 24, 2011 in Disneyland

One of my favorite places is standing beneath Walt’s apartment in front of the Disneyland Firehouse. At Christmas time, they supplant the ever-glowing lamp with a small Christmas tree and despite its small stature, it sits proudly in the window overlooking Main Street. On the eve of Thanksgiving, I find myself with much to be grateful for, as is often the case when we pause to count our many blessings. Among the many things I have to be grateful for, this window is one of them. The light that always shines, whether by lamp or tree and what it stands for. For me it is one of the most poignant reminders of Walt Disney’s legacy. I am grateful for his example of courage to pursue dreams and the tenacity to dog it ’til it’s done. I am grateful that among his dreams, bringing families together was paramount. This tree in the window is one of those holiday touches at Disneyland that is truly special and makes the season bright.

Christmas at Walt's Apartment