It’s a Holly Jolly Christmas and in case you didn’t hear Orlando is the best place to celebrate the holidays. Orlando’s hotels and theme parks are home to some of the nation’s most elaborate holiday celebrations.
Epcot Center gives visitors a glimpse of how Christmas is celebrated across the globe with its Holidays Around the World celebration from November 27th to December 30th.
Not to be outdone, Mickey hosts a holiday party to remember through December 18th with live entertainment, fireworks, a holiday parade, magical snowfall and Cinderella’s Castle is a glow with holiday lights.
If you missed the Thanksgiving Day Macy’s Parade, no worries, Universal Studio brings the parade to Orlando. From December 4th to January 2nd regular admission includes a holiday parade with floats, balloons, bands and Santa.
Legoland puts on the glitz this holiday season with a Christmas tree made from 270,000 legos, holiday decorations and visits from Santa himself. LegoLand celebrates Christmas Bricktacular through the holidays.