Looking for something to watch cuddled up in front of a cozy fire, or want some holiday cheer in the background as you go about your Christmas traditions? Head on over to Disney+ to get in the holiday spirit. 

You can browse the entire holiday collection to see what jumps out at you. Or you can check out our curated list of holiday favorites below. These are our Top 10 Christmas movies streaming on Disney+ in 2023.

10. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Is The Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween or a Christmas movie? The correct answer is both. Dive into this iconic world and watch Jack Skellington save Christmas.

9. The Naughty Nine (2023)

Since it premiered just this year, The Naughty Nine doesn’t have the same sense of nostalgia as many of the other films on this list. But a bunch of kids on the Naughty list getting together to heist the North Pole? Come on. You know that has the makings of a Christmas classic.

8. Jingle All The Way (1996)

Arnold Schwarzenegger. Sinbad. And one father’s mission to get his son a Turbo Man action figure, no matter the cost. Jingle All The Way offers up humor and heart, ideal for a holiday season binge.

7. LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special (2020)

Unlike the much-derided live-action Star Wars holiday special, the LEGO version is undeniably charming and a fun watch for the whole family. (No judgment if kicking your binge off with this one means you accidentally spend the holidays just watching the Star Wars movies again.)

6. I’ll Be Home For Christmas (1998)

Planes, Trains and Automobiles, but Christmas style. ‘90s Jonathan Taylor Thomas has to figure out how to get across the country in time for the holidays – because his father’s Porsche is on the line. Between cross-country hijinks, he just might learn to become a better person.

5. Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997)

One of Disney’s most beloved animated classics gets dressed up for the holidays in Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas. A snow-covered castle, festive décor, a little romance – what’s not to love?

4. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Miracle on 34th Street is pretty much the definition of a Christmas classic. The Oscar-winning feature sees a mall Santa claim to be the real deal, which kicks off a legal battle over the existence of Santa Claus. It’s a movie about believing in the magic of Christmas and the kindness of others – lessons that never get old.

3. The Santa Clause (1994)

THE SANTA CLAUSE 2, from left: Tim Allen, David Krumholtz, 2002. © Buena Vista / courtesy Everett Collection

Speaking of real-life Santas and the magic of Christmas… the holiday season wouldn’t be complete without watching The Santa Clause. When Tim Allen accidentally knocks Santa from his roof, he’s forced to take up the mantle himself. It’s a movie with plenty of laughs and holiday magic (and sequels and a TV series, to really keep you busy).

2. Home Alone (1990)

When we talk about movies the whole family can enjoy, we’re talking about Home Alone. Everyone from your little cousin to your grandma inevitably finds themselves enthralled by Kevin McCallister’s inventive forms of home defense. It’s one of the funniest Christmas movies out there, while still making room for a heartfelt story about love and family. (And again, Disney+ has all the sequels in the franchise, if holiday mischief is your jam.)

1. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

One of the best-known Christmas stories collides with some of the most popular stars to ever grace the screen. We’re not afraid to say it: The Muppets have hands down the best adaptation of Charles Dickens’ iconic story. The Muppet Christmas Carol is one of those movies you can see over and over and still enjoy it just as much as that first viewing. Watch Michael Caine’s Scrooge find his humanity among a bunch of puppets and try not to cry as you’re filled with the spirit of Christmas.