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  • Planning a big New Year's Eve? Whether it's a celebration in our world-famous theme parks, a shindig at our many entertainment complexes or quaint gathering at a local hang out, there's no better way to crank it up on New Year's Eve than in Orlando. Want to bring in 2016 in a big way? Explore our list of events to find something that's sure to make your New Year's a magical celebration for everyone. Walt Disney World Resort Epcot - Guests can celebrate all night long at Epcot. DJs and live music around World Showcase bring guests to their feet with beats from around the globe. Two showings of "IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth" fireworks spectacular at 6 p.m. and 11:40 p.m., followed by a countdown and pyrotechnic salute to the New Year will top off the celebration. Magic Kingdom - Guests can get a head start on welcoming 2016 at Magic Kingdom as New Year's Eve fireworks light up the sky on two nights instead of one. Magic Kingdom will present a jaw-dropping presentation of "Fantasy in the Sky" fireworks on both Wednesday, Dec. 30, and Thursday, Dec. 31 at 11:50 p.m. Hollywood Studios - Rock 'n' roll into the New Year with a brilliant fireworks spectacular at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The show will be presented on Dec. 31 near the Hyperion Theater at midnight. Bonus Tip: December 31, is also one of the most popular days to visit. So be sure to pick your park of choice and arrive early before the parks "closes" to additional guests. Atlantic Dance Hall at Disney's BoardWalk Resort Guests can swing in the New Year at Atlantic Dance Hall as they enjoy the sounds of a live big band. Party hats and horns, a viewing of the Epcot® fireworks at midnight and a champagne toast are included in the cost of admission. A VIP experience, which includes access to an exclusive VIP section with a bartender and dessert bar is also available. Call 407-WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463 for reservations. Universal Orlando Resort Celebrate the New Year at either or both of Universal Orlando's theme parks - Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. on New Year's Eve. New Year's Eve festivities in the parks include party zones that will feature DJs, character appearances and fireworks at midnight. Admission to the theme parks on New Year's Eve is the same as the standard gate price. New Year's Eve Celebration at Universal CityWalk The whole year's been leading up to this: Universal CityWalk's eye-popping, mind-blowing, jam-packed New Year's celebration. Enjoy six unique party zones, each with their own signature drinks. Revel in six awesome CityWalk®clubs with live music and unlimited gourmet cuisine including prime rib, tenderloin and fresh seafood. And you can rock out on Orlando's biggest outdoor dance floor. Wold-Famous DJ M-Squared Returns! After sending out 2013 and 2014 in style, award-winning DJ M-Squared is back for a third New Year's Eve. Popular with A-List celebrities, top fashion designers and prominent corporate brands, he'll be sharing his genre-shattering, one-of-a-kind music mixing talent to make Eve the unforgettable night you've been waiting for all year long. Admission General Admission: $104.99+tax Annual Passholder: $94.49+tax VIP Admission: $144.99+tax ROCK-IN 2016! at the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando Enjoy specially prepared desserts and entertainment including: visits from Universal Orlando characters, the Magic Men, face painter and balloon artist, movies playing in the ballroom and a DJ rockin' in the lobby. Then watch the countdown in Times Square New York City live via satellite with party favors and champagne toast to welcome in 2016! Admission Adults: $63.90 Child (3-9): $37.28 Child (2 & under): Free FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR FULL BUFFET AND LOBBY PARTY PACKAGE, CALL 407-503-2200. New Year's Eve at SeaWorld Orlando Celebrate our connection to the sea, sea life and the world we share as we ring in the New Year, SeaWorld style. A spectacular musical celebration and bold fireworks display send a wave of welcome to the New Year ahead. LEGOLAND Florida - Kid's New Year's Eve Happy Kids' New Year's Eve at LEGOLAND Florida where the giant LEGO brick drops at a very kid-friendly midnight KST (Kid Standard Time) - otherwise known as 7 p.m. Other event elements include fireworks and a dance party DJ. Pointe Orlando on International Drive  Join Funky Monkey Bistro & Bar for the Party of the Year! New Years Eve 2015 hosted by Danielle Hunter and featuring the tallents of Chantel Reshae, Susan B. Whitney, David Freklz Hunter, Aysia Black and Many, Many More! Shows all night long. $75 Prix-Fixe Menu including All you can eat gourmet action stations with meat carving station, sushi station with live sushi roller, champagne bar with unlimited champagne. Reservations required! Call 407-418-9463 to book your spot or book online below. VIP Seating available. Ring in the New Year at The Pub at Pointe Orlando. Enjoy a champagne toast and Guinness toast when the clock strikes 12. Make your New Year's Eve reservation now at Blue Martini! NYE 2016 Celebration will feature an open bar from 8pm - 10pm and live entertainment all night. Table packages available. Elegant attire enouraged. Table reservations required. Contact Bekki Dunn or Lyndsay Burr at bekkid@bluemartinilounge.com or 407-447-2583. Come bring in the New Year in 1950s Cuban Style at Cuba Libre. Enjoy an open bar from 10pm - 12am live entertainment, balloon drop, champagne toast, complimentary Cuban carnations for the ladies and complimentary Cuban style fidoras for the gentlemen. A la carte dinner reservations are available from 5-7:30 p.m., and a special five-course prix fixe menu is available for $65 beginning at 9 p.m. (includes late night admission, champagne toast and reserved table all night). To make a dinner reservation, call 407-226-1600. Downtown Orlando New Year's Eve Celebration Starring Kristin Chenoweth Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will be having a New Year's Eve Celebration presented by Dr. Phillips Charities starring Kristin Chenoweth with special guest Cheyenne Jackson. Chenoweth will ring in the New Year live onstage of the Walt Disney Theater. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, September 11. The doors to the December 31, 2015 performance will open at 8 p.m. with the show starting at 10 p.m. and after-party in the lobbies of the arts center until 2:00 a.m. January 1, 2016. Tickets start at $110 and include: show, two drink tickets, champagne at intermission, party favors, after-party entertainment and after-party desserts. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Dr. Phillips Center Box Office at 844.513.2014 or by visiting the Box Office at 445 Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801 Monday - Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and Saturday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. or online at drphillipscenter.org. New Year's Eve 2016 on Wall St! Join us for another all out New Year's Eve block party equipped with a street wide lightshow, outdoor dance party and the biggest and best countdown to 2016 in Downtown Orlando hosted by, the one and only, DJ Draven. All of the action kicks off December 31st at 8pm. Guarantee your entry and get your tickets in advance for only $25 bucks or get them for $30 on New Year's Eve at the door until we run out of space! New Years Eve 2016 on Church Street Enjoy Orlando's biggest street party on Church Street featuring the world famous "Orange Drop" 60 feet in the sky, fireworks display, top DJs, the Video Wall and live simulcast of Times Square. The party starts at 8PM. 21 and up only. Check out our calendar of events for even more ways to ring in your new year. These New Year's events are just part of the many holiday events in Orlando happening now through New Year's Day. Contact one of our Official Travel Counselors to help plan holly jolly holiday traditions that will have your family singing "fa-la-la-la" all the way home.

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  • Want to be thrilled by 2-million holiday lights and 2-million pounds of sculpted ice? It truly is the best time of the year the Gaylord Palms Resort during their annual Christmas Celebration. Enjoy larger than life ice carvings, unlimited snow tubing and special holiday performances from November 24, 2015 - January 3, 2016.   #1. ICE! - 'Twas the night Before Christmas This year the classic holiday poem, ‘Twas the night Before Christmas comes to life in a whole new way. Walk through scenes of the story recreated out of brightly colored, carved ice all kept in a chilly temperature of 9°F (-12.78°C). The center of the attraction features four, slippery ice slides. These slide, as high as two-stories, become the highlight of the experience for children and adults alike. #2. Artisan Ice Carvers Artisans travel each year from Harbin, China to sculpt 2 million pounds of ice into the colorful ICE! attraction. Each ice carver comes from a long heritage of the art form including the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Guests are able to see these artists at work with special live demonstrations inside the attraction. #3. Alpine Rush Snow Tubing Take an unlimited number of runs down the Alpine Rush Snow Tubing course. This 18 ft. (5.5 m) 8-lane giant snow hill is created with 1.5 million pounds of real snow, made in Florida. #4. Cirque Dreams Unwrapped Special entertainment includes an all-new Cirque Dreams Unwrapped. Enjoy an array of seasonal characters brought to life in a dreamscape of imaginative costumes and creativity, while feats of showmanship are performed on stage and in the air. The 25-minute Broadway style show is a colorful performance that can be enjoyed by the whole family. #5. Holiday Decorations in the Atrium Wander through the resort's main atrium featuring grand displays of poinsettias, a 54-foot tall Christmas tree and miles of suspended twinkling lights. The center atrium is also home to the hub of the celebration where guests can take part in gingerbread decorating, Santa meet and greets and even brunch with Mrs. Claus herself. These must do events are just part of the many holiday events in Orlando happening now through New Year's Day. Contact one of our Official Travel Counselors to help plan holly jolly holiday traditions that will have your family singing "fa-la-la-la" all the way home. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the yuletide fun you can have this holiday season in Orlando.

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    5 Ways to Celebrate the Christmas Season at Gaylord Palms Resort
  • During the holiday season you may think that you have a snowball's chance in Florida of finding the perfect gift. But Florida may be the best place to embark on your shopping quest, particularly when it comes to gifts made in Orlando. Buying local is hot and our list of six local gift is sizziling with great gift ideas that will make shopping in Orlando a holly jolly experience. SEE ALSO: 5 Tips for Holiday Shopping in Orlando by Melanie Pace #1. Barnie's CoffeeKitchen from $9.99 Warm up the season with holiday coffee blends from Barnie's CoffeeKitchen, including Hazelnut and their top-selling Santa's White Christmas. The national coffee brand based in Orlando has been passionately creating coffee specialty blends for nearly 35 years. #2. Rifle Paper Co. Farmers Market Notepad $9.50 Post your holiday cards and make your naughty or nice lists on quality stationary products from Rifle Paper Co, including the Farmers Market Notepad. Their boutique in Winter Park offers a broad range of original designs of stationery and gifts with customizable options available online. #3. Wondermade Bourbon Marshmallows $7.95 Enter a wonderland of marshmallow flavors handcrafted in Orlando. Top off your hot chocolate or roast your s'mores with flavors from Wondermade's Christmas set featuring four boxes of their most popular marshmallows - Sugar Cookie, Peppermint, Bourbon and Eggnog. #4. 4 Rivers Smokehouse Brisket Rub $4.50 Spice up your holiday menu with gifts from 4 Rivers Smokehouse, including their famous Brisket Rub. Serving southern comfort food favorites from pulled pork to fried okra, 4 Rivers was created in Orlando by John Rivers in 2009 and has quickly expanded to be the most successful BBQ chain of restaurants in Florida. #5. Winter Park Honey from $9.95 The sweetest gifts this holiday season come from Winter Park Honey. This family owned honey company bottles up the best flavors of Orlando in their locally grown products. From Orange Blossom, Cinnamon Orange, Florida Wildflower (Kosher) to Avocado Honey, these natural gifts from bees will sweeten up your holidays. #6. Raaw Macaw! Custom Made Energy Bars from $29.99 (box of 12) If buying gifts for someone who's on-the-go, custom made energy bars from Raaw Macaw! are the perfect stocking stuffers. You can pick and choose your own custom ingredients or select from a variety of in-house flavors like Coconut Husk, Cookie Dough, Brownie Batter. Discover a shopper's paradise like no other destination in Orlando. Let Visit Orlando make planning your vacation even more fun. Request a free Orlando Vacation Planning Kit. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the family fun you can have in Orlando.

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    Made in Orlando - 6 Unique Holiday Gifts with Local Flavor
  • By Sarah Sekula In true Disney style, the holidays at Walt Disney World in Orlando are completely over the top, in a very good way. You've got the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney's Hollywood Studios (this is the last year to see it), Holidays Around The World at Epcot and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom, just to name a few. If you are planning on being there this year, here are a few things to keep an eye out for:   #1. The lights If you've never experienced the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights, now's the time. This beloved event, now in its 20th year, is in its last season. You can see the extravagant holiday lights display until Jan. 3, 2016. Initially created by an Arkansas man as a gift for his daughter, it had morphed into something that people from around the world come to see. "Like many things we experience in Walt Disney World, the lights are special," says Lou Mongello, a Disney expert who has written three books about Walt Disney World. "Not just because of their visual brilliance, but really it's about how they make us feel and the wonderful, heartwarming family story behind them." Tip: The Made with Mickey Ear Hats make watching the lights even more fun; the ears light up in sync with the music.  #2. The singing The Candlelight Processional at Epcot is always a crowd-pleaser. A celebrity narrator tells the Christmas story as the 50-piece orchestra and choir performs your favorite holiday songs.  "I think that the processional brings a nostalgic memory of home to many, the childlike feeling of having a parent read the traditional story to us, coupled with a beautiful venue and enchanting musical favorites," says Mongello. Tip: Shows are each night during the holiday season at 5:00, 6:45 and 8:15 p.m, except on Dec. 6, when show times will be at 6:45 and 8:15 p.m. only. Get there early to snag a good seat.  #3. The entertainment "Magic Kingdom transforms for the holidays unlike any other time of year, and it really is a completely different experience," says Mongello. "We talk about how the parks allow us to be a kid again, and I think that is true more so during the party than possibly any other time of year. Simple things like holiday carols, the smell of hot chocolate and everyone enjoying time with family and friends is truly representative of the season and message of the holidays." Tip: The parade at Mickey's Very Merry Christmas is captivating. There are two parade times. Consider going to the second one; it tends to be less crowded.  #4. The shopping If you need some fun holiday presents, Disney's got it covered. From scarves to hats to necklaces, there's a lot to choose from inside the parks and at Disney Springs, too. "So many guests love to not only commemorate their visits, but to also collect a variety of different merchandise items," Mongello says. "Seasonal merchandise, found during the holidays, lets people bring home not only something to remember their vacation, but to them, a piece of the parks to display at home."  Tip: Do your shopping at the end of the day, so you don't have to lug bags around. #5. The decor "The holidays at Walt Disney World is a planning process that takes all year," Mongello says. "More than 80 cast members work closely with both Walt Disney Imagineering, as well as, the Entertainment division to help pull storylines into holiday décor." "Miles of garland, ribbon, twinkling lights and glitter transform Walt Disney World Resort into a winter wonderland during the holiday season," Mongello says. "More than 1,300 decorated trees can be found throughout the entire property, with a giant Christmas tree in Magic Kingdom standing upon a base that is 25 feet wide. Throughout the entire resort, it's that attention to detail and level of authenticity that affords guests a wonderful opportunity."  Share your story! Have you been to Walt Disney World during the holidays? What was your favorite memory? Share your stories at OrlandoStories.com. Sarah Sekula is a national travel correspondent who lives in Orlando and regularly contributes to USA TODAY, CNN.com, NBCnews.com, FOXnews.com, ISLANDS and Destination Weddings & Honeymoons. Follow her journeys at SarahSekula.com or @wordzilla on Twitter @wordzillapics on Instagram.

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    5 Things to Love About Walt Disney World During the Holidays
  • Photo: The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney's Hollywood Studios   By Amy Drew Thompson We're no astronauts, but with all the festive goings-on at our world famous theme parks, it's our guess that you could see Orlando's dazzling holiday displays from space. These family events are epic, but locals will tell you there's a host of holiday happenings all around the City Beautiful worth checking out. Read on for 15 fabulous ways to capture the spirit of the season beyond Orlando's theme parks. #1. Festival of Trees - Orlando Museum of Art (Nov. 12-22) This extravagant annual event decks the halls of the Orlando Museum of Art with a forest of designer-decorated trees, magnificent wreaths and gingerbread masterpieces. A holiday craft boutique ensures you get your shopping season started with twinkly cheer. Get in the Jingle-Bell mood with entertainment, a special children's area and of course, the galleries of the museum are yours to enjoy, as well. #2. Jingle Eve - Ivanhoe Village (Nov. 21) A charming and walkable district, it's one of Orlando's best for shopping, dining, drinking and even recreating on picturesque Lake Ivanhoe, for which it is named. The 13th Annual Jingle Eve Holiday Open House kicks off at 5 p.m. and many honor its return with a sunset paddleboard ride - it's still Florida, after all! Dry-land amusements include the lighting of the Christmas tree and more than a dozen musical acts dotted about the neighborhood. For the little ones: Santa's Village, with two bounce houses, holiday crafts and pictures with Santa and the Missus. For the big: a beer tent and a Wine & Whiskey walk as you small-shop your way through myriad local merchant offerings. Ho, ho, ho! #3. Small Business Saturday - (Nov. 28) The malls and big-box retailers may beckon with early-bird specials and nationwide promotions, but its America's small businesses people that keep local economies moving while making it a pleasure to shop. Greater Orlando is home to a host of towns and neighborhoods where visitors can find special, local gifts that mean more and make memories. Visit the merchants of Celebration, College Park, Ivanhoe Village, Winter Haven, Winter Park and more and soak up the charm of Main Street while supporting its businesses. #4. Breakfast With Santa at East End Market (Nov. 28; 8:30 & 1130 am) Have you been to Orlando's vibrant East End Market? Rife with local food artisans and craftspeople, this beating heart of the Audubon Park neighborhood will be hosting a special breakfast with hot chocolate bar, story time with Santa, a live dance performance, gift-making and photo-ops. (8:30 am and 11 am seatings). #5. Orlando Philharmonic, Home for the Holidays - Bob Carr Theater (Nov. 28) Let our city's phenomenal orchestra fill your heart with the spirit of the season as they perform two shows packed end-to-end with holiday favorites alongside the Florida Opera Youth Chorus and a host of talented vocal artists. #6. Run, Run, Rudolph! Get the drop on those Christmas cookies and enjoy one of many holiday-season fun runs (or walks) with your loved ones! These organized events benefit all kinds of worthy organizations and allow for some beautiful, scenic runs around the Orlando metro. Some ideas: Seniors First Turkey Trot 5k, Lake Eola - Nov. 26 Bellalago Jingle Bell 5k, Kissimmee - Dec. 12 Vanessa Welch Reindeer Run, Sea World - Dec. 12  #7. Orlando Philharmonic: Symphony & Storytime: Peter & The Wolf, Plaza Live Orlando (Nov. 14 and 16) Introduce your little ones to a classic tale and timeless score as you meet Peter and all his friends - along with the flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon and French horn. Charming narration and performance creates a culmination of the arts in which even the youngest audience members will delight. Pre-show fun includes a musician meet-and-greet, photo ops, an "instrument petting zoo" and more! #8. Tree Lighting Celebration - Lake Eola Park (Dec. 4) Have you seen our beautiful downtown? If not, you're in for a treat. Cosmopolitan Orlando is growing, diversifying, exploding with culture and things to do. Its glittering centerpiece is Lake Eola, with a park made for leisurely strolls, playground visits and paddling the iconic Swan Boats. Come Dec. 4, Mayor Buddy Dyer lights the 72-foot Christmas tree, holiday concerts and crafts beckon and an armada of unique local food trucks makes for festive "meals on wheels." #9. Winter Park Christmas Parade, Park Avenue (Dec. 5) Come one, come all for an annual event so cherished, it's been held on the first Saturday in December for more than 60 years! Santa and all your holiday favorites will be on-hand as the procession makes its way down Park Avenue - where innumerable bars, bistros and boutiques beckon, as well. Come hungry, too. The Central Park Main Stage hosts a Pancake Breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 am. #10. Cracker Christmas, Fort Christmas Historical Park (Dec. 5-6) The North Pole gets most of the attention this time of year, but in Central Florida, you can actually visit Christmas. The town, that is. Its most famous attraction is the Fort Christmas Historical Park. Set amid the serenity of century-old moss-draped live oaks, visitors learn about Florida life in the 1800s as they tour a replica fort, eight actual pioneer homes, a sugar mill and more. Come the holidays, though, and Cracker Christmas brings with it craft vendors and pioneer demonstrations from blacksmithing to syrup making. Don't forget to hit the local post office - you can get your holiday cards postmarked from Christmas! #11. Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (Dec. 8-13) A modern holiday classic comes to life in the beautiful, new Walt Disney Theater as Dr. Seuss' heart-impaired villain discovers there's more to Christmas than he ever thought possible. If you thought the music moved you watching the cartoon classic, just wait until you hear the Whos' glorious singing fill the air with magic. Your heart may grow three sizes. #12. Holiday Movies at the Enzian Theater Orlando's amazing art-house theater packs in exciting cinema year-round - and they definitely know how to mesh film and holiday festivity. This year's crop of movies includes "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," "Bad Santa" and - free in Winter Park's Central Park - "Home Alone." Check the website for a full schedule of films and events for all ages. #13. The Nutcracker - Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (Dec. 17 - 23) An always-enchanting holiday favorite moves gracefully across the stage in a full-length production accompanied by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. Consider pairing this performance with pre- or post-show refreshments at any number of incredible downtown venues. #14. Orlando Science Center - Holiday Science Month  Visit the Orlando Science Center throughout December when fun holiday programming populates its already-rich roster of educational offerings. At OSC's Winter Wonderland, holiday crafts, stories and hands-on snow-related experiments will add a spark of science to the season. Christmas classics including "Elf" and "The Muppets' Christmas Carol" will be on tap in OSC's Dr. Phillips CineDome and come New Year's Eve - they'll be turning the midnight ball-drop into a noontime balloon-drop, something even the littlest members of your group can stay awake for! #15. Now Snowing! in Celebration - Nightly, Nov. 28 - Dec. 31 Santa, free concerts, ice skating and more turn the charming town of Celebration into a holiday haven, but nothing brings the vision together more than its nightly snowfall! Four flurries a night make it a white Christmas in Florida throughout December, complete with strolling carolers, horse-drawn carriage rides and more. These must do events are just part of the many holiday events in Orlando happening now through New Year's Day. Contact one of our Official Travel Counselors to help plan holly jolly holiday traditions that will have your family singing "fa-la-la-la" all the way home. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the yuletide fun you can have this holiday season in Orlando. Amy Drew Thompson has spent more than 20 years as a journalist and roughly two decades as a Floridian. A roller coaster enthusiast, she readily admits there is fun to be had amid the theme-park madness, but has found magic, as well, in the outer-lying reaches of Mickey's long shadow. She is a full-time freelancer, an editorial jack-of-all-trades and the Orlando Local Expert for USA Today's 10Best.com 

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