Top 10 Holiday Events To Attend In Florida 2017

Florida may not have a “White Christmas” but that doesn’t mean we don’t have other things to look forward to for the holidays!

 

10. SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration

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Centered mainly on the kids’ holiday experience, it is still a wonderful place to visit as a date night, family night or anything in between. During the day, SeaWorld celebrates the holidays with shows like Elmo’s Christmas Wish, Clyde and Seamore’s Countdown To Christmas, and many more. At night, is when all the beautiful lights turn on along with holiday songs as well as the “Sea Of Trees” (pictured above).

Where: Orlando, Fl

When: November 24 – December 31

 

9. Busch Gardens Christmas Town

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At Busch Gardens you can meet Rudolph and his friends, explore Christmas Town and watch wonderful shows! Of course, there are plenty of lights to check out too! It’s perfect for the whole family!

Where: Tampa, Fl

When: November 19 – December 31

 

8. Snowing Nightly Celebration 

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An ice rink, a nightly snowfall, music, tree lighting and a visit from Santa! This place is perfect fun for the kids (and the kid in all of us).

Where: Celebration, Fl

When: November 25 – December 31

 

7. Holidays at Universal Orlando Resort

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I must say, I love going to Universal all times of the year, the holidays especially. They go almost all out. There is a Macy’s holiday parade, the Grinch can be spotted around “Suess Landing”, and on top of that the Harry Potter attractions “magically” bring it all together with their beautifully done lighting and decorations.

Where: Orlando, Fl

When: November 18 – January 6

 

6. Santa’s Enchanted Forest

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It’s a Christmas Carnival! – No really, it is! They have rides just for kids as well as animal shows, rides for the family and rides just for adults and teenagers!

Where: Miami, Fl

When: November 2 – January 7

 

5. Surfing Santas

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This is one that I will be sure to attend this year! It’s free and anyone is welcome to surf or watch. It definitely adds a different twist of fun to the holiday spirit!

Where: At the end of Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa Beach, Fl

When: December 24, 2017 at 8 am

 

4. St. Augustine Night Of Lights

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Experience an entire city lit up in celebration of the holidays. It’s quite mesmerizing. Go on trolley rides, Ripley’s Red Train rides, Florida Water tours and more!

Where: St. Augustine, Fl

When: November 18 – January 31

 

3. ICE!

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Mostly indoor, the Marriott hotel hosts a variety of things to do here at the Gaylord Palms Resort. You can visit with Santa, view live shows, and see Christmas around the world through ice sculptures!

Where: Orlando, Fl

When: November 21 – January 7

 

2. Epcot International Festival Of Holidays

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Enjoy special foods, see outfits, and hear songs from 11 nations around the world. You also have the opportunity to join Chip and Dale in gathering decorations for their Christmas tree!

Where: Orlando, Fl

When: November 19 – December 30

 

1. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas

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Of course the “happiest place on earth” would be listed as number one. Here you get to celebrate with Mickey as you watch live shows (including Frozen), view beautiful lights, and a parade!

Where: Orlando, Fl

When: November 9 – December 22

 

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