Orlando is a bustling town all year long. The theme parks alone bring in tens of millions of visitors every year to this beautiful city. Add in our residents, and that’s a lot of people. Which means there’s a lot to do. December in particular offers plenty of opportunities for you to get out and celebrate the holiday season. In part because of our comfortable climate – not exactly home to the real Frosty the Snowman. So mark your calendar for these December events in Orlando, and have yourself a happy holiday season.
Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll
Now through December 30 you and your family can take a leisurely walk through 20 different Christmas trees celebrating a variety of Disney, Star Wars, and Super Hero characters and themes. Don’t forget to check out the Annual Passholder Tree, Once Upon a Toy Tree, Sphere Tree, and Town Center Tree.
Christmas Nights In Lights
Right now until January 1 you can drive through a dazzling display of lights at Dezerland Park on International Drive. You don’t even have to exit your vehicle to enjoy these 1.5 million lights. Tune your radio in for a synchronized playlist of holiday classics.
The Cure Bowl
Can’t wait for the Citrus Bowl to catch some postseason college football? Check out two teams battle it out in the Cure Bowl. Best of all, your support will go toward a great cause in the battle against breast cancer, so consider wearing pink to the game.
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Dickens By Candlelight
It’s an Orlando tradition. Audubon Park Covenant Church is presenting the 26th anniversary of Robin Olson’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol. They’ll perform all around you as you enjoy tea and Christmas cookies. The show runs from December 19 through December 23. Caroling begins before each performance at 7:15 and the show starts at 7:30. The show is doubling as a clothes drive, and will offer a discount when you bring an item. See their website for details.
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