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Holidays at the Florida Theme Parks give definition to the magic of the holidays. We don’t talk a lot about theme parks in Florida, but this is an exception because we don’t want you to miss out on all the incredible things to see and do. The best part is, plenty of it is free or little cost Christmas experiences. You can’t go wrong visiting Florida Theme Parks during the holidays.
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- Magic Kingdom: Cinderella Castle lights up in all the holiday style with projection mapping and twinkling lights starting November 12th. Disney Very Merriest After Hours Starts select nights starting November 8th.
- Epcot: Candlelight Processional Nov 26th, celebrity narrators read the story of Christmas along with a cast choir singing traditional carols. Holidays around the world where you can what traditional holiday stories from the countries. Voices of Liberty also perform christmas carols
- Disney Springs is also decked out for the holidays. You can take the Christmas tree stroll and meet Santa.
- Disney Hotels: There are holiday trimmings at the various hotels around property, as well as events. Note that right now, if you are not staying at a Disney Resort, you will need a dining reservation or you can do mobile ordering.
- For Wilderness Campground at Disney has a lot of fun Christmas activities giving a little different dynamic to Disney’c Christmas feel.
- Universal Studios Enjoy Macy’s Parade! In Diagon Alley you can listen tyo Celestina Warbeck as they sing. Christmas song. Hogsmede puts on a light projection on Hogwarts Castle. Grinchmas Who-liday Spectacular is a must-see!
- Sea World starts a little sooner than the others on Nov 13th. They have a Christmas market that is quite unique. Don’t miss the Winter Wonderland on Ice which is a live ice skating show. There is an amzing view of lighted trees on the water. The kids will love Rudolph’s Christmas Town. Adding a very Sea World touch to Chrismas is the Wild Arctic Visit with Santa.
- Busch Gardens You can check out the spectacular Christmas on Ice with world-class skaters. We Three Kings Show – a musical Christmas Tale is a great way to get in the Christmas spirit. Elmo’s Christmas Wish has Elmo and his friends learning the meaning of Christmas while the Christmas Time Tree Show displays lights and music from the giant 50 ft tree. Christmas Town is the place for eats and treats to delight all. End your night with Spark The Night Fireworks on select nights.
- Legoland Christmas runs weekends through the holidays. You will find Lego Santa, a full size lego Christmas tree and a miniature village with full on christmas decorations.
- Snowcat Ridge is a newer theme park in Dade City. Where else can you find snow slopes, ice skatin, and an alpine village? Stick around for the evening light show.
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