One of the most popular dining experiences for families visiting Orlando is the T-Rex restaurant in Disney Springs. Unfortunately as it’s so popular it’s also very hard to get a reservation. There is a way though to skip the queues at T-Rex and get a table without an advanced booking.
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Guests will enjoy a walk-through wonderland of 27 Christmas trees decorated with Disney imagery and characters, including Toy Story, The Haunted Mansion, vintage Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Star Wars.
Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Celebration is coming to Magic Kingdom Park. The countdown to the event has officially begun! The event will kick off of January 18th, 2019 and will honor Mickey and Minnie Mouse with a variety of new entertainment, merchandise and specialty food and beverages.
At CityWalk during the Holiday Season there is free live entertainment, holiday shopping and festive fun. You can take photos with Santa and checkout the spectacular Christmas tree with over 200,000LEDs choreographed to the music and lights of 5 Towers.
For Holiday Movies, check out the newly renovated Universal Cinema and experience the feeling of Director’s screening rooms, featuring reserved deluxe power-reclining seats.
November 24th through Dec 31st 2018
Christmas in Orlando is celebrated in a typically traditional style at Celebration Town. Now Snowing events kick off on Nov 24 with the Tree Lighting Ceremony from 5.30 – 9.00pm.
The main event, one which thrills every youngster present, is the Nightly Snowfall. ‘Snoap’ is blasted out of the street lanterns high into the sky before fluttering back down to land gently on Market Street. For children who have never seen snow, it is truly magical.
Nightly Snowfalls are at 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 and 9.00 pm.
A synthetic ice rink in Market Street, ice skates for rent, perhaps even some Christmas cheer, all combine to present a seriously fun experience. Open from 4pm – 10pm daily.
Plus there’s Santa in his chalet waiting for the naughty and nice of all ages.
Two fun modes of transport are on hand: a horse-drawn carriage ride or the Celebration Express Train.
Christmas in Orlando wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Disney Springs during the holidays. We love Disney Springs at any time, but the splendour and decor during the holidays makes it extra special. Disney Springs is offering a ton of seasonal entertainment for the 2018 Holiday Season.
From November 8th 2018 to January 6th 2019
27 trees, each dedicated to a popular Disney theme featuring characters like Mary Poppins, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, among others. New this season is Star Wars and Toy Story.
The big man will be accepting Christmas wish lists until December 24th 2018. From December 25th to December 31st, Santa Goofy will take over after Old Saint Nick heads back to the North Pole.
Stitch returns to Disney Springs with a scavenger hunt now featuring 16 stops to discover where the mischievous Experiment 626 is hiding
There’s plenty of live entertainment, carollers, stilt walkers, holiday sweets and treats, a live dj and dance party.
LEGOLand Christmas Briktacular
December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22-31 2018
Thousands of LEGO and DUPLO bricks create a 30-foot-tall Christmas tree with dancing lights and songs on until December 25th.
Festive decorations, a life-size LEGO Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier are only some of the exciting things on offer at LEGOLAND this Christmas. There’s photo and selfie ops to cherish too. Post letters to the North Pole and listen to Mrs Claus as she recounts stories.
Select Nights from November 17 through December 31, 2018
A trip to Busch Gardens in Tampa offers a fun-filled family experience.
A host of colourful Christmas lights transforms Busch Gardens into Christmas Town Village. Shopping and dining can be done in wonderful festive surroundings such as model trains including the Jingle Bell Express Train Ride, Holiday Cabins and Yuletide Carols.
Christmas on Ice – a spectacular show with world-class skaters.
Christmas from the Heart – contemporary Christian Gospel
Carol of the Bells – thousands of twinkling lights and music
Christmas Celebration – singers, dancing and Santa
Holiday Hills Band – jazz inspired Christmas classics
We Three Kings Show – a musical Christmas Tale
Elmo’s Christmas Wish – Elmo and friends learn the meaning of Christmas
Hallelujah Showcase – singing from local schools, churches and professionals
Christmas Time Tree Show – lights and music from the giant 50 ft tree
An opportunity to meet Rudolph and have your photo taken with the world’s favorite reindeer. There’ll be a few friends too, including Sam the Snowman, Clarice and Yukon Cornelious.
Pop into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claus to have a chat and photo opportunity. While his elves are busy, Santa has time to keep you company. Don’t miss it.