Go Local Wednesdays – Holiday Tradition

28 years of Christmas trees decorated by local designers, businesses and corporations.  28 years of one of Central Florida’s best holiday traditions, Festival of Trees.

Each year the Council of 101 hosts Festival of Trees where the Orlando Museum of Art is transformed into a holiday wonderland filled with decorated Christmas trees,  gingerbread creations, wreaths, tabletop displays and so much more.  Mostly all of it is for sale and proceeds help cultural development of local visual arts and local children’s art educational programs.

This year the theme is ‘Tis the Season’ and there are only a few days left to join in on this joyous display of the holiday season!  There are so many special pieces that make up this event. Deck the Halls, where you’ll find unique custom centerpieces, wreaths, and garland for sale.  Festival Boutique, where you can find one of a kind local merchandise for sale.  Toyland Town, where there are kid’s crafts, games, children’s gifts for sale (priced perfectly for the little ones),  and what would Toyland be without a visit from Santa Claus!  Santa will be there Saturday, November 22 and 23 from 10am to 4pm.

General Admission: Now through 11/23

  • $10 per adult
  • $6 per child (ages 3-11)

Tickets can be purchased at the museum, and include admission to current OMA art exhibits.

 

Interested in buying or selling this holiday season? Visit us here or call us, 407-494-2820!

 

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