Are you ready to get into the holiday spirit? If so, DIsney+ and the streaming service’s massive library is ready to help!
There are literally tons of holiday movies just waiting for you! Check out this massive list of every holiday movie available on Disney+ for the 2022 holiday season!
A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa – Gonzo forgets to mail letters to Santa, so Kermit and the rest of the Muppets gang help him deliver them to the North Pole. Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Lane, and Uma Thurman are among guest stars.
Arendelle Castle Yule Log – Alright, this isn’t really a movie, but I’m a sucker for a mood-setting virtual fireplace. This one comes straight from the Arendelle Castle fireplace, decorated with elements that harken back to Anna and Elsa’s journey to the Enchanted Forest.
Babes in Toyland – Get a heavy dose of nostalgia with Disney’s 1961 classic Babes in Toyland. Mary Contrary and Tom Piper are preparing for their wedding, but villainous Barnaby puts their “happily ever after” at risk when he kidnaps Tom.
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas – Mrs. Potts is back to recount another “tale as old as time,” but this one is about a Christmas past that almost wasn’t.
Christmas…Again?! – In a Groundhog Day scenario, Rowena wishes for a “do-over” and unexpectedly finds herself reliving Christmas Day over and over again.
Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic – Watch as Disney Parks are transformed into the merriest places on Earth in this documentary.
Disney’s A Christmas Carol – An animated take on the classic story. Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three ghosts and must make drastic changes before it’s too late.
Disney’s Fairytale Weddings Holiday Magic – Like Disney’s other Fairytale Weddings, this offers a look at Disney’s magical weddings and proposals – but this time, with a holiday twist.
Duck The Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special – Donald decides to stick around for the holidays instead of migrating somewhere warmer. Mickey hopes to make his first Christmas the greatest ever.
Ernest Saves Christmas – Everyone’s favorite well-meaning, denim-clad doofus is back, and he’s out to save Christmas. Santa Claus has decided to retire and pass on his magic, but they’ve got to find the right guy and convince him to take the job.
Full-Court Miracle – A young Jewish basketball team is preparing to be the David in a tournament of Goliaths. They bring in a former college basketball star to help, and they begin drawing parallels between his background and the Chanukah story of Judah.
Godmothered – An inexperienced fairy godmother-in-training finds a misplaced letter from a 10-year-old girl. But when she trackers that girl down, she discovers she’s now 40 and has given up on “happily ever after.”
Good Luck Charlie! It’s Christmas – The Duncans get separated while en route to Palm Springs to celebrate the holidays with Amy’s parents. They’ll need a Christmas miracle to reunite in time for the holiday.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special – Your favorite theater kids are ready to share classic and brand new holiday music, favorite holiday memories, and behind-the-scenes secrets.
Home Alone – The holiday season isn’t complete without watching Home Alone at least once. Kevin McCallister is left to defend his home against bumbling burglars after his family accidentally leaves him behind.
Home Alone 2 – Kevin McCallister is left alone again, but this time he’s in New York City. Things take a turn after he discovers the notorious Wet Bandits are also in the Big Apple.
Home Alone 3 – The third installment to the Home Alone franchise centers on eight-year-old Alex, who ends up with a toy car with a hidden computer chip inside. While home alone with chicken pox, he must set up booby traps to keep out the spies who want that chip back.
Home Alone 4 – Kevin has plenty of high-tech gadgets at his disposal this time as he tries to put burglars on ice for good.
Home Alone: The Holiday Heist – 10-year-old Finn and his sister are home alone over the holidays when a trio of bumbling burglars attempts to break into their new home.
Home Sweet Home Alone – The newest addition to the Home Alone franchise centers on 10-year-old Max, who has been left behind when his family travels to Japan for the holidays. It’s up to him to save the day when a couple attempting to retrieve a priceless heirloom set their sights on his home.
I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Jake is in a rush to get home for the holidays so that he can snag his dad’s vintage car. He’s desperately trying everything he can to make it in time, but the closer he gets to home, the more he learns about the true meaning of Christmas.
Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas – Sid thinks he’s on Santa’s naughty list after ruining Manny’s Christmas traditions. That’s why he heads to the North Pole so that he can plead his case directly to Santa Claus himself.
Iron Man 3 – Disney might not consider Iron Man 3 a Christmas movie, but we say it is. Just like Die Hard, this film takes place during the holidays. There is Christmas music, holiday cheer, snow, and gift-giving throughout the film.
Jingle All The Way 2 – Although Jingle All the Way isn’t available on Disney+, you can still enjoy Jingle All the Way 2. This time, it’s Larry the Cable Guy who stars as the dad desperate to find that special Christmas gift for his kid.
Lego Star Wars Holiday Special – While everyone else gets ready for a Life Day celebration, Rey and BB-8 head on a quest to discover more about the Force. They end up on an adventure through moments in Star Wars history, finding iconic heroes and villains.
Mickey & Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas – Mickey and Minnie get together with all their friends to celebrate Christmas, but this year they’re all around the world. It’s a mad dash for everyone to get back to Hot Dog Hills in time, and they might need special help from Santa.
Mickey’s Christmas Carol – Another animated take on the classic story, this one features some familiar Disney faces like Mickey, Donald, and Goofy.
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas – Mickey, Minnie, and all their friends share stories of their most memorable holidays together.
Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas – Mickey, Minnie, and all their friends are joined by Santa Claus as they discover the true joys of Christmas.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947) – In this iconic Christmas classic, a department store Santa claims to be the real Kris Kringle. He’s declared insane and put on trial, but it leaves everyone asking themselves if they believe in Santa Claus.
Miracle on 34th Street (1994) – The classic Christmas tale got an update with this 1994 remake. It stars Mara Wilson, Richard Attenborough, Elizabeth Perkins, and Dylan McDermott.
Noelle – When someone needs to take over the family business, Kris Kringle’s son, Nick, is handed the red suit. But when he starts caving under the pressure, sister Noelle steps in to save Christmas.
Olaf’s Frozen Adventure – In this short film, Olaf and Sven team up to find the best holiday traditions to bring to Anna and Elsa – who realized they have no family traditions of their own.
One Magic Christmas – Young mother Ginny rediscovers the joy and beauty of Christmas, thanks to the faith of her six-year-old daughter Abbie, and Gideon, her very own guardian angel.
Pentatonix: Around the World for the Holidays – This unscripted holiday special centers on the a cappella group Pentatonix as they embark on a whirlwind tour and discover holiday spirit around the globe.
Pluto’s Christmas Tree – Mickey and Pluto chop down a tree to bring home for Christmas in this classic ‘50s short, except it’s Chip n’ Dale’s home!
Prep & Landing – A veteran elf from the elite “Prep and Landing” team is passed over for a promotion and then partnered with an idealistic rookie. Together they must overcome unexpected challenges and save the season.
Prep & Landing: Naughty vs Nice – The stealthy elves are back, and they’re racing to recover classified North Pole technology that has fallen into the wrong hands: a computer-hacking naughty kid.
Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa – Shorter than the other Prep & Landing installments, Operation Secret Santa sees the elves enlisted by Mrs. Claus to retrieve a mysterious item from Santa’s office.
Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish – With the wishing machine invented by his in-house scientist, Professor Keanbean, Richie Rich is transported to an alternate universe where his cousin Reggie Van Dough is the master of the house.
Santa Buddies – This is obviously a holiday installment of the Air Bud and Air Buddies franchise. They’re at the North Pole, helping Puppy Paws – son of Santa Paws, of course – remember the true meaning of Christmas.
Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups – The playful Santa pups – Hope, Jingle, Charity, and Noble – are racing to save the holiday after the Christmas spirit mysteriously begins to disappear.
Santa’s Workshop – Step back in time with one of the earlier animations on Disney+. Released in 1932, this short features Santa and his elves as they prepare for the famous Christmas Eve sleigh ride.
Snow Buddies – One more Air Buddies installment! Buddy and friends undergo training to get into racing shape so they can take part in a thrilling dogsled race across Alaska.
The Christmas Star – Counterfeiter Horace McNickle escapes prison thanks to his likeness to Santa Claus. He takes advantage of kids who believe he’s Santa in order to acquire stolen loot.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special – The Guardians head to Earth in search of the perfect present in an effort to make Christmas unforgettable for Quill. Read our recap here!
The Hip-Hop Nutcracker – This is a hip-hop reimagining of The Nutcracker ballet, set in a more modern-day New York City. It is inspired by the live stage show that has been running for ten years.
The Muppet Christmas Carol – This rendition of the Charles Dickens classic tale features favorite Muppet characters for the fateful Christmas Eve story, in which Scrooge is visited by the three ghosts.
The Nightmare Before Christmas – The Pumpkin King himself, Jack Skellington, has grown tired of the same old scary Halloween routine. He longs to spread the joy of Christmas but puts the holiday and Santa in jeopardy.
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – This reimagining of The Nutcracker sees Clara embarking on a journey to four secret realms after her mother leaves her a mysterious gift.
The Santa Clause – Scott Calvin and his son accidentally cause Santa Claus to fall off their roof, and Scott finds himself filling the big man’s shoes as the new Santa. He has to convince a world of disbelievers, including himself.
The Santa Clause 2 – Scott Calvin has been successfully running Christmas as Santa for several years, but now he’s got a new challenge: if he doesn’t get married by Christmas Eve, he’ll stop being Santa.
The Santa Clause 3 – Scott Calvin is facing two very big challenges this time: his in-laws have been invited to join the festivities, but the mischievous Jack Frost threatens Christmas.
The Search for Santa Paws – Another Air Buddies installment, this one serves as a prequel to Santa Buddies. After Santa loses his memory during a trip to NYC, it’s up to his dog Paws, a couple of orphans, and a group of magical talking dogs to save Santa and Christmas.
The Small One – A young boy is ordered by his father to sell his donkey, Small One, but finds no buyers at the market. A kind man named Joseph buys Small One and uses him to take his pregnant wife to Bethlehem.
The Ultimate Christmas Present – Two kids find a weather-making machine that’s been discarded by Santa Claus, and they use it to make a snow day in Los Angeles. When the machine gets out of hand, it threatens to ruin Christmas.
‘Twas the Night – Santa Claus is knocked out on Christmas Eve, so Danny and his con artist uncle take up the gift delivery.
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year – The countdown to the new year is on, and Rabbit plans a party. To appease Rabbit, everyone makes misguided New Year’s resolutions to change.