SeaWorld Orlando Transforms for the Holidays with ‘Christmas Celebration 2020’


It’s not just Disney and Universal that are still offering up holiday theming and a chance to see Santa this Christmas. SeaWorld Orlando has officially transformed into a “holiday wonderland” with millions of twinkling lights and festivities nightly during their Christmas Celebration 2020.

Guests can enjoy festive food, holiday themed presentations including appearances from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Santa himself (albeit socially distanced.) There are also appearances and photo opportunities from favorite Sesame Street characters.

Abby Cadabra from Sesame Street.
ABOVE: Abby Cadabra from Sesame Street.
ABOVE: Elmo from Sesame Street.
ABOVE: Elmo from Sesame Street.

Guests at SeaWorld Orlando can take a visit to the top of the world to meet the Arctic’s most famous resident, Santa Claus, at SeaWorld’s Wild Arctic for a safe alternative to family photos with everyone’s favorite jolly elf.

From the SeaWorld website…

Gather your family and join all of your festive friends at SeaWorld®’s Christmas Celebration™ on select dates through December 31. SeaWorld transforms into a winter wonderland sparkling with holiday cheer, excitement, and over 3 million beautiful lights. Experience award-winning entertainment like the show-stopping ice-skating extravaganza Winter Wonderland on Ice. Meet Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer or head to Wild Arctic® and visit with Santa himself. Create unforgettable holiday memories with a magical Christmas celebration you can only find at SeaWorld.

For more information on SeaWorld Orlando’s Christmas Celebration 2020, as well as information on how they’re handling the COVID-19 pandemic, see the official site here.

[Source: SeaWorld PR]

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