It’s yet another exciting Christmas all the way! It’s going to be merry all day long during this season of fun. #Orlando, #Florida is a wonderful place to enjoy your holiday this Christmas, and here are the most exciting and breathtaking events that will be taking place in this adventurous, beautiful city.

Annual key west holiday fest

This is the perfect time to celebrate #Christmas with Santa Claus. Santa himself will be coming to town with all the fun and goodies at Key West’s Holiday Fest! There will be all-round parades throughout the event with Santa Claus as the lead. It’s sure to be an experience you would never want to miss!

Ice at Gaylord Palms

The Gaylord Palms is winter wonderland with over 20,000 square feet of hand-carved ice sculptures.

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This year’s edition is sure to be the best, as it is a tribute to the beloved holiday classic, Frosty the Snowman.

Pensacola Winterfest

There will be Christmas goodies, the snowball Derby, the laughable Elf parade, the Polar Express, and much more.

Light up UCF

Beginning November 14th to January 4th in Orlando, the University of Central Florida’s CFE Arena will blend into the Christmas spirit with exciting, free holiday shows, film festivals, Orlando’s biggest and best ice-skating rink, and lots more.

60th annual St. Augustine Christmas Parade

This event will start with the Nights of Lights celebration. It is an annual Christmas parade that goes around the streets of the city with Santa himself.

Annual holiday festival and St. Pete Illuminated Boat Parade

It will be live entertainment on Vinoy Pier and twinkling Christmas Lights on the water in the Tampa Bay area.

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Christmas celebration of lights at the Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park

This is an after-party on December 26th. It’s an event that synchronizes light and sound, and aimed at keeping the holiday spirit alive.

All these and lots more are sure to keep you thrilled and refreshed throughout your holiday. A trip to Orlando, Florida this Christmas would certainly do the trick.