Orlando Holiday Happenings, 2020 Part 2 – So Much More to Do
Orlando Holiday Happenings, 2020 Part 2 – So Much More to Do!
Last week we explored what Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando are up to this holiday season. This week we’d like to share additional holiday gems happening in Orlando this year – the town that always delivers fun, excitement, and entertainment – and during the holidays, the spirit of the season!
Head on over to Legoland with your kids and be immersed with holiday cheer this year. Have a jolly time enjoying seasonal shows, yummy treats, and twinkling lights. Each event has been modified for your safety with plenty of spacing, accommodating cherished character interactions to remain dear.
Admire all your holiday favorites built in LEGO® like LEGO® Sleigh & Reindeer, LEGO® Santa and Reindeer, and the LEGO® Snowman. Meet LEGO holiday characters: the Gingerbread Man, Santa, Unikitty, Toy Soldier, and more! Interactive activities include a post office visit to write Santa a wish list, and, of course, to help build LEGO toys. See what’s up with Santa’s elves in The Very Merry Mix Up show. You can even attend a Kid’s New Year’s Party, but make sure to visit celebrationtowncenter.comLegoland.com/Florida to find out about tickets and safety guidelines before you go.
Bok Tower Gardens
Peace on Earth is a holiday celebration at Bok Tower Gardens with an emphasis on nature that can be enjoyed from November 27th through January 3rd. To feel the spirit of the Holidays outdoors you can pick up a Critter Christmas Guide and find forest friends. After completing the hunt you can present the guide for a treat at The Shop at Bok. In-person events include themed pavilion concerts surrounded by garden beauty.
All visitors are required to wear masks in interior spaces and when interacting with staff. Visit boktowergardens.org for more details and to find the schedule for in-person events.
Holidays at Old Town
Old Town Kissimmee is a great place to visit all year round, but the holiday spirit makes everything more festive. Holiday events are held every weekend night from November 29th to December 25th. The Old Town creates that classic all-American holiday experience that triggers dear memories for so many. Stroll the brick-paved streets lined with festive decorations, the colorful twinkle of lights, a traditional Christmas Tree, and live music. This is also a great place to go Christmas shopping!
Visit myoldtownusa.com to find out more about ongoing events and activities.
Celebration Town Center
The town of Celebration was originally developed by The Walt Disney Company, and its vintage throwback to traditional America makes it the perfect place for Holiday displays. At this year’s Celebration’s Winter Wonderland there will be, as per tradition, “snowing” and “ice-skating”. Enjoy horse-drawn carriage rides, light shows, and train rides. Shop at the Market Street, or sit down for a hot cup of cocoa. Marvel at the Christmas Tree view and town holiday decorations while waiting for Santa to visit.
Entry and parking are free. Mask-wearing and social distancing expected. Make sure to visit celebrationtowncenter.com for more tips and details.