If you're finding it difficult to get into the holiday spirit because the Florida heat is melting away your hopes of a White Christmas, prepare for a Christmas miracle. Get the family together for some festive fun with frozen flurries with these family friendly hot spots to experience snow in Orlando this season.
Looking for a Winter Wonderland in Orlando, Florida? Celebration Town Center features nightly Snow Falls at 6, 7, 8 and 9 PM. Photos with Santa, Strolling Holiday Carolers, an Ice Rink, Entertainment and more!!!
New for 2016 is ICE! featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas by Charles Schulz. Spend some time with the peanuts gang and start a new family tradition at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando.
Bring the kids and kick off your winter season with ice skating and REAL SNOW during RDV SNOW FEST, Saturday, December 17, 2-6 p.m. at RDV Sportsplex Ice Den! Admission is $15 for ages 3+
One of Orlando's most anticipated holiday attractions returns to CFE Arena Friday, November 18th through Saturday, January 7th, and will feature cooler rides, snowier nights, and bigger and brighter Christmas light displays.
The City of Winter Park will bundle up once again for “Winter in the Park,” the city’s annual holiday ice skating rink in Central Park West Meadow. Snowflakes of all ages and skill levels are invited
Winter Themed Fun In Orlando For Adults
Embrace your inner child with some winter whimsy and a few frozen cocktails with these holiday inspired events and venues
Guests enter ICEBAR through the Chill Lounge, a 3,000-square-foot ultra-hip bar featuring live entertainment, caviar flights and premium beverage service in a luxurious Nordic setting.
This Christmas Themed bar offers a unique holiday inspired craft snow-cone cocktails and yes...frosty beers! Frosty's Christmastime Lounge will get you in the spirit with a few spirits, Christmas decor and snow fall inside the chill new Downtown bar every night.
Party in a Wall Street Wonderland at the Orlando Snow Ball on Saturday, January 21st at Wall St. Plaza! Starting at 9pm, the forecast calls for 100% chance of snow in the air, snow on the ground and frosty beverages to keep your spirits bright.